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Breaking Ground: a Harry Potter dance delight

Common Origins, one of the largest student run dance groups on campus, hosted its big annual showcase: Breaking Ground, which not only features Common Origins, but also dance numbers from all sorts of Stanford and Stanford-affiliated dance groups. Common Origins was founded seven years ago as Stanford’s only non-audition, all inclusive hip-hop/urban dance team. The first…

The 2017 rendition of ‘Gaieties’ lives up to the hype

Week 8 is an intense time of the quarter: Students find themselves finishing up midterms, starting final projects, studying for finals and so on. Yet there’s a lot to look forward to: Thanksgiving break, winter break, the Big Game against our bitter rival at UC Berkeley and all the student productions. Among all of these…

Arts Jam: Come for the coffee, crafts and community

Stanford students rarely have nothing to do on the weekends. You can stay home, or you can go out, but no matter what you have a plethora of options to choose from. Three times a quarter, you can choose to visit a certain dorm and enjoy the food, coffee, crafts and performances they have to…

Xandra Ibarra’s ‘Nude Laughing’ is much more than a few giggles

On Friday, October 20, Xandra Ibarra, an Oakland-based performance artist, performed her acclaimed “Nude Laughing” work at Stanford’s Anderson Collection. Ibarra’s performance was a part of the Vital Signs Guest Artist Series curated by performance artist Cassils for the Stanford TAPS department. It sent chills up my spine and goosebumps all over my arms when…
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