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Lakeside Pavilion hosts free family entertainment

Kelly Wynne, News Editor

July 10, 2015

Filed under Features/Arts

  The Lakeside Pavilion has opened its seats to kick off the MAC season. A variety of shows can be found, all free to the public. Here are some of the highlights the pavilion will host within the upcoming months. Frozen Sing-A-... Read more »

Student Filmmakers challenge racial status quo with new film

Taira Alabi, News Editor

May 6, 2015

Filed under Features/Arts

For Rachel Bass, the faces seen in media everyday weren’t something to be taken lightly. They were images that conveyed powerful messages. Now, she is conveying her own messages by casting people of color in the 19th century... Read more »

Music and management

Kelly Wynne, Features Editor

April 22, 2015

Filed under Features/Arts

Neuroscientist, music enthusiast and renowned author Daniel Levitin visited the MAC on April 14 to talk with attendees about how music affects the brain. Levitin’s four books cover everything from basic psychology, music and how to organize one... Read more »

The Brain Flower

The Brain Flower

April 15, 2015