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What's Happening

By Anna Mavromati

March 24, 2004

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Appreciate Taylor's works Keeping the works of Paul Taylor alive, the Taylor 2 Dance Company is performing tomorrow in Marsee Auditorium at 8 p.m. Tickets are $22 to $26 and $12 for children 12 and under. Italian quartet o...

Cinema Arts Club shoots into action

By Yoshi Otobe

March 17, 2004

Filed under Arts

It's back. The Cinema Arts Club, which was discontinued two years ago, is now being run by enthusiastic film major students. Vice president of the Cinema Arts Club Flip Gomez said the club was closed due to a lack of members...

Depp's acting not exciting enough

By Cristian Vasquez

March 17, 2004

Filed under Arts, Reviews

With a good story line but a mediocre performance by Johnny Depp, "Secret Window," directed by David Koepp, is a slow movie with a predictable outcome that had the potential to be a great film. Depp's performance comes nothing...

Rising Star: Jason Palines

By Laura Villalpando

March 17, 2004

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

Walking across campus with his video camera in hand, Jason Palines, 22, president of the Cinema Arts Club, observes the scenery and gathers ideas to shoot his next film. Palines said he picked up his first video camera at...

What's Happening

By Anna Mavromati

March 17, 2004

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Sandy Duncan to perform Bringing Broadway to EC, entertainer Sandy Duncan will be performing "Sandy Duncan Celebrates Broadway" at Marsee Auditorium tomorrow at 8 p.m. The show will be a performance of various Broadw...

'Lead into Gold' graces Art Gallery

By Wendalyn Lazarte

March 10, 2004

Filed under Arts, Previews

Turning something ordinary into something beautiful is the meaning of EC's show "Lead Into Gold" in the Art Gallery. The theme, "Lead Into Gold," images of alchemy in contemporary art, was described by art gallery director/curator...

Spears' tour less sexual than expected

By Juliana Kung

March 10, 2004

Filed under Arts, Reviews

"Once you've checked in, you can't check out." After having said that sentence, the "Onyx Hotel Tour" of Britney Spears began Tuesday night the Staples Center. The setting of the concert, of course, was a hotel.It started...

Rising Star: Alexander Smith

By Cynthia Curtis

March 10, 2004

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

After learning how to play the piano as a boy, Alexander Smith, 22, music therapy major, soon picked up a set of drumsticks and joined the concert band during his eight semesters at EC. Smith learned how to play the drums...

What's Happening

By Anna Mavromati

March 10, 2004

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Debussy Trio on stage Featuring different styles of music such as French impressionism, contemporary chamber music, American jazz and a world premiere work by Jeff Beal, the Debussy Trio will be performing in Marsee Audito...

Science and brass are a good match

By Stanley Wu

March 3, 2004

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

After he mastered the French horn, Edwin Wan, 20, biology major, decided to pick up playing the trumpet and joined the EC Concert Band. Wan is a foreign student from Macau SAR and he was the leader of the French horn...

What's Happening

By Anna Mavromati

March 3, 2004

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Musical night with Omrod Welsh pianist Richard Omrod will be performing pieces composed by Chopin at Marsee Auditorium tomorrow at 8 p.m. Ticket prices range from $20 to $24. EC band takes the stage Directed by Dane Teter...

Mel Gibson's Passion not crucified

By Wendalyn Lazarte

March 3, 2004

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Heavy clouds dominating the skies, Ash Wednesday was the perfect day for the opening of one of the most controversial movies ever made: director Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ." Members of churches were buying tickets...

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