Category Archive: A&E

Sep 08

Dancing careers culminate in Student Choreographer’s Concert

Before a senior graduates, at times there is pressure to impact the college in a positive way, especially in a performance major such as dance or theater. After four years of work, there is pressure to outshine any performance in order to graduate with a legacy. In the Senior Chorographer’s Concert that took place last …

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Sep 09

The Racquette picks: studying music

Contributing Writer Carter Jones Colors – Between the Buried and Me I’m a strong advocate for listening to Colors at any possible time, and study time is no exception. While it’s easily one of the most groundbreaking albums of the millennium, it also works great during long writing sessions as singer/keyboardist Tommy Rogers’ soul-crushing death …

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Sep 10

Wickerfest: the underappreciated folk festival

Saturday, May 7, Hurley’s held the second annual Wickerfest featuring seven folksy acts from our own Potsdam and abroad. Otherwise known as “Folkapalooza,” the event was a six-hour homage to an unadorned appreciation of music, where only plucking strings and pleasant company are required to enjoy. The first act of the evening was Austin Petrashune, …

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