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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...

'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...

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...

Pro: Is 'The Passion' anti-Semitic and violent?

By Martha Ramirez

March 3, 2004

Filed under Arts

"The Passion of the Christ" is anti-Semitic and violent. "The Passion of Christ," directed by Mel Gibson, evokes a lot of passion from viewers. Although nobody can determine how accurately the movie portrays the reasons...

Con: Is 'The Passion' anti-Semitic and violent?

By Wendalyn Lazarte

March 3, 2004

Filed under Arts

Whether you are a black or white, man or woman, Jew or Gentile, the meaning of Mel Gibson's movie, "The Passion of the Christ" is not anywhere near anti-Semitic. The meaning of the movie is not to hate or to provoke hate. While...

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...

Guitar class tests many musical tastes

By Jocelyn Saddi

December 3, 2003

Filed under Arts

Whenever it is played, everyone is more than likely to sing along and to pluck at it. Whether you take it out for family or friends or play it right here on campus, the sharp echoes and vibrations will linger in your memory...

'Missing' examines varied beliefs

By Cristian Vasquez

December 3, 2003

Filed under Arts, Reviews

With very few action scenes and dialogue that isn't too complicated, "The Missing" is one of those movies that is very deep in context but not too amusing to the eye. A simple story line with various conflicts sprinkled...

Rising Star: Erika Johnson

By David Scarpero

December 3, 2003

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

With a natural ear for music and a passion for the soothing sounds of strings, music performance major Erika Johnson is pursuing her dream of becoming a violin virtuoso. "Ever since I heard my middle school teacher Mr. LeFevre...

What's Happening

By Yanet Martinez

December 3, 2003

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Robin Follman performs A night of opera solos, quartets, holiday music and much more is coming up as Marsee Auditorium presents "An Evening with Soprano Robin Follman and Friends," a well-known performer along with p...

Bronze casting takes spiritual, physical strengths

By Marissa Miller

November 19, 2003

Filed under Arts

In the bronze sculpting class, students who have no fear in pouring the 2,150 degree liquid bronze are known as "fire-eaters." Using many ancient methods to make bronze sculptures, these students not only create works of art,...

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