July 7, 2020

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.31, 2019

    PC Debuts Witty Comedy Something Rotten!

    Broadway Play Gets Its Northeast Collegiate Premiere by: Madison Palmieri ’22 A&E Staff Something Rotten! is something special. Providence College’s Department of Theatre, Dance, and Film has been granted the privilege and honor of giving the show its northeastern regional…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.31, 2019

    Active Minds’ Semicolon Project

    by: Jennifer Villeda ’20 A&E Staff  There are moments when you are walking around campus in a sea of students and listening to their conversations or too loud music, but feel completely alone and isolated. Your vision and mind do…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.31, 2019

    JESUS IS KING: Kanye Experiments With Gospel

    Rapper Undertakes Massive Genre Transformation by: Julia Vaccarella ’20 A&E Staff Kanye West has returned to music once again with the debut of his ninth studio album, entitled Jesus Is King. After previously teasing a separate project, entitled  Yandhi, the…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.31, 2019

    Modern Music Promotion: How Songs Go Viral

    Exploring the Impact of Social Media on Song Popularity by: Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff In today’s society, everything we do is driven by social media in some way. Similarly, social media has had an enormous impact on the music…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Oct.31, 2019

    From the Archives: Red Hearse Album Reflection

    Learning About Love and Collaboration in Music by: Peter Keough ’20 A&E Co-Editor In today’s music industry, collaborations are often saddled with large expectations and surrounded by excitement. Whether fans are waiting for the next DJ Khaled-produced album of star-saturated…

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  • Local Food | Oct.24, 2019

    Burgers, Beers, and Dune-Buggies

    The Abbey Reinvents Itself With Renovations, Menu Changes by Patrick Fuller ’21, Peter Keough ’20 A&E Co-Editors A desert adventure company in Fountain Hills, AZ and the Providence burger bar The Abbey have one thing in common: the owners.  Michelle…

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  • On-Campus | Oct.24, 2019

    Oktoberfest: A Taste of the Abroad Experience

    BOP Brings German Tradition to Providence College by Brenna O’Leary ’20 A&E Staff McPhail’s was a vortex, pulling bystanders from Slavin into another world this past Friday, October 18, eager to enjoy the revelry and entertainment of this year’s Oktoberfest.…

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  • On-Campus | Oct.24, 2019

    PC Pep Band Enthusiastic for Upcoming Season

    New Officers Reflect on Past Experiences by Grace Whitman ’22 A&E Staff There is something electric about the environment of a college basketball or hockey game. Long before the opening tip-off or the first puck drop, the pep band begins…

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  • Local Food | Oct.24, 2019

    Acoustic Java Coffee Shop

    Coffee as an Art Form in the Creative Capital by Jennifer Villeda ’20 A&E Staff The variety of cafés in Providence ranges from industrial spots with rustic decor, brick walls, and shelves filled with books, to those with white marble…

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  • Variety | Oct.24, 2019

    Popular Halloween Costumes from Popular Culture

    How Television, Film, and Music Can Inspire Your Outfit by Madison Palmieri ’22 A&E Staff As the leaves start to fall and the days grow shorter, one of Providence College students’ favorite holidays rapidly approaches: Halloween. Whether they prefer spooky…

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