A New History of Abolition

December 1, 2017 Cameron Grieves 0

Manisha Sinha, the Draper chair in American History at the University of Connecticut, gave a talk on her book, “The Slave’s Cause,” in the Ecumenical Center on Nov. 20 as part of FSU’s Arts and […]

Sex and power in New Jersey

December 1, 2017 Cameron Grieves 0

On Nov. 21, at 10:12 a.m. a message was posted on New Jersey indie-folk band, Pinegrove’s Facebook page by lead singer Evan Hall. And with the stroke of a key, or the thumbprint press of […]

Dancing to the rhythm of Fantasia

November 17, 2017 Cameron Grieves 0

FSU welcomed the joyful percussion rhythms of Boston-based Grupo Fantasia on Monday as part of the Midday Performance Series. Grupo Fantasia is the brainchild of musical director Angel Wagner, a master percussionist and Berklee College […]

Chaar Yaarr plays at FSU

October 13, 2017 Cameron Grieves 0

Acclaimed Sufi band Chaar Yaar delivered their signature blend of traditional Indian instrumentality, 12th century poetry and modern Western lyricism to an energized crowd in DPAC on Thursday, Oct. 5. The band, from Delhi, India, […]

The “Lang Theater” comes to FSU

September 22, 2017 Cameron Grieves 0

Trombonist William Lang opened the first installment of this semester’s Midday Performances at the Ecumenical Center on Monday. Originally from Long Island, Lang is an active performer, comfortable playing cramped art spaces in Greenwich Village, […]

Half Waif in top form on “form/a”

May 5, 2017 Cameron Grieves 0

“form/a” is an experimental pop EP, released in early April, laced with electronic synth and chamber music elements that expands upon artist Nandi Rose Plunkett’s sense of home. Raised in Williamstown, Massachusetts, Plunkett is the […]

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