It takes great skill to create a documentary film that evokes immense sentiment and gains popularity among its viewers. The Invisible War breaks through the shackles that often restrain the documentary film industry and serious art, writes Aditi Bhowmick ‘16.
On Thursday night, Risley was abuzz (pun intended) with the Melodramatic Theatre Company’s latest production, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. If you're deciding whether or not to see it this weekend, check out what Natalia Fallas ’14 has to say.
Ricefield Collective, founded by Meredith Talusan, is a campaign aimed to provide employment to a community of rice farmers of a village in the Ifugao region of the Philippines through knitting. Madeline Salinas '16 uncovers their Ithaca inspiration.
Words and movement shared the stage with jazz in a show Thursday night that, though at points baffling and saccharine, was striking for its adventurousness and wisdom. Daveen Koh ’13 reviews Jason and Alicia Moran's performance at Barnes Hall.
David Sedaris is the American Laureate of the Eccentric. On Tuesday, he came to the State Theater to give readings of his new book Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, his New Yorker essay Old Faithful and spoken anecdotes on his travels across the country.