Category Archive: Life

Stolz premiered composition with Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra

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By Mary Norris The Carolinian Nolan Stolz premiered his composition, “Reflets/Réflexions” at the Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra’s (SPO) final Espresso Series, “French Press”, at Chapman Cultural Center. The commissioned work was part of a… Continue reading

Costa Rica is an option for Spring Break

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By Lucy McElroy Editor Surround yourself with tropical plants, exotic animals, and warm weather during Spring Break 2018 by traveling to Costa Rica. The USC Upstate Center for International Studies is sponsoring a… Continue reading

Print Sale features art printed with passion

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By Megan Robinson The Carolinian Visual Arts students work tirelessly to sell their artworks for one day. The prints display students’ passions and personal interests, technical abilities and dedication to printmaking. There is… Continue reading

Gender pronouns are part of cultural vocabulary

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By Megan Robinson The Carolinian She, her, hers. He, him, his. These pronouns are used daily to refer to the people around us, but they might not always be accurate. Multicultural Programs hosted… Continue reading

Art faculty paint layers of meaning in exhibited works

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By Megan Robinson The Carolinian Students visiting the C. R. Harley Art Gallery will find a collection of wholly unique, captivating, and thought-inducing pieces of art. The effort and skill of the artists… Continue reading

“Midnight Pillow” premieres this week

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring Players will perform director Stephen Unwin’s “Midnight Pillow” this week. A Shakespearean production calls for an exploration of young lovers’ relationships, and “Midnight Pillow” is no… Continue reading