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Jorja Smith, Kali Uchis to headline 2019 Frost Music & Arts Festival

Stanford’s annual Frost Music & Arts Festival announced on Tuesday its 2019 headliners: Jorja Smith and Kali Uchis. For the first time in its seven-year history, the signature event of the Stanford Concert Network (SCN), scheduled for Saturday, May 18 in Frost Amphitheater, will be headlined by female performers. According to Bella Cooper ‘20, SCN’s…

Top five upcoming on-campus exhibits

Following up a strong 2015 lineup of exhibitions, from “Artists at Work” to “We’re Not in the Business of Warehousing Paper,” students and faculty in Stanford’s art department look to continue brandishing the talent and diversity of the arts scene at Stanford in 2016. Continuing exhibitions include the recently-reviewed “Empathy,” “Missing Persons” and “Words as…

Frost 2015: A rave to remember

Walking into the Frost Amphitheater is like entering another world. Enveloped in old-growth trees, the grassy, shade-dappled hollow is largely hidden from view, difficult to find unless you know precisely what you’re looking for. In fact, once you ascend the winding asphalt path to the very top of the amphitheater, it’s hard to believe you’re…

Frost lineup pales in comparison to peer institution spring concerts

This year Frost’s lineup of Dispatch and Yeasayer has prompted student disappointment and has also resulted in decreased ticket sales for the annual music and arts festival. As comparable universities on the East Coast score stars such as David Guetta, Lauryn Hill and Chance the Rapper for spring concerts, many Stanford students have questioned why Stanford is not bringing in the same level of talent.