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Harman writer-in-residence teaches Baruch students tips for writing fiction
Arts & Style

Harman writer-in-residence teaches Baruch students tips for writing fiction

On April 26, during club hours in room 7-160, the Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program hosted a fiction workshop co-sponsored by Encounters Magazine. Nafissa Thompson-Spires, author of the book Heads of the Colored People: Stories, discussed creative writing and fiction. The event was preceded by an introduction by the graphics director of Encounters, Bianca Monteiro. Monteiro,…

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The latest film in the Marvel series, Avengers: Infinity War smashed records as it scored the biggest box office opening ever, reports Variety. As one of the most expensive films ever made, with a budget of over $300 million, the film is already a blockbuster, scoring $250 million in North America and an additional $380…

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Kanye West tweeted the announcement that he would be the producer of five new albums over the coming months, indicating that one would be made up of his own performances. This will be West’s first music release since the Life of Pablo in 2016 and a series of personal troubles that resulted in the rapper’s…

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Musical Little Shop of Horrors shows off Baruch artistic talent

Baruch College’s performing arts community should be proud of itself. The spring 2018 semester was a diverse and exciting season for theatrical productions in the college. From The Laramie Project and Art-A-Thon’s 10-minute play festival, to the upcoming student-run staged readings of The Dybbuk and Faust: A New Musical, theater is thriving on Baruch stages….

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