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Dance company channels hip-hop, Latin and classical music

More than 20 dancers, seven choreographers and nine dances were part of the Hunter Dance Company’s spring concert, held on May 4 at the Kaye Playhouse.

The Olivetree Review celebrates its 65th edition, ’80s style
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The Olivetree Review celebrates its 65th edition, ’80s style

The student-run literary journal has been a tradition at Hunter College since 1983 and receives between 300 and 600 submissions each semester and chooses about 10 percent to publish.

Justin Vega: Writing thesis statements that rhyme
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Justin Vega: Writing thesis statements that rhyme

Taking classes during the day and performing alongside his music collective at night, “Apollo” Vega juggles the life of a college student and rising SoundCloud rapper all at once.

Isabella Rossellini brings Link Link Circus to life
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Isabella Rossellini brings Link Link Circus to life

“Can animals feel or think?” asks Rossellini, who wrote and was the only performer in a the most recent production of the Hunter Theater Project.

Tim Foley. Courtesy of Tim Foley studio.
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MFA Report: Life is more fun in heels

MFA student Tim Foley will show his work, along with 11 other fine arts graduate students, in an exhibit called Mayday at Hunter’s gallery at 205 Hudson.

Christian Fellowship Club pile up
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Christian Fellowship Club spills the LGBTea

A forum last week to provided perspective on what it’s like to be homosexual and religious, putting the audience in the shoes of people who identify as gay and hold a intimate relationship with God.

Acclaimed violinist performs Hunter students’ compositions
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Acclaimed violinist performs Hunter students’ compositions

The compositions of Hunter music students were performed by a critically acclaimed violinist in Lang Recital Hall last week, giving them a chance to hear their work as it was meant to be played.

Students Noah Silversmith , Derrion Malink, Yeva Mishailov, Sebastian Beillard  and Ameerah Muhammad.
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Students send the rich sounds of jazz echoing through West lobby

The rich sounds of the alto sax and guitar echoed through the lobby of the West building late last month as music majors hosted a jazz concert, delighting the audience while practicing their skills.

Photographer aims to capture life’s ‘imperfect moments’
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Photographer aims to capture life’s ‘imperfect moments’

In the selfie culture of the “perfect moment” and the era of Instagram, one Hunter sophomore is seeking to capture the less perfect and show that those moments can be even more meaningful.

Looking back at tragedy: Art inspired by Triangle Shirtwaist fire
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Looking back at tragedy: Art inspired by Triangle Shirtwaist fire

Emotions were raw while stories were shared at the Roosevelt House event that recalled the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire from 1911 and the art that has been created around it.