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Solos and sections

Heather Capps / Photographer

November 25, 2013

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The jazz ensembles did a wonderful job on Thursday evening under the direction of Greg Ball. Both ensembles brought their own flare and fun to each performance and made the show very enjoyable to watch. Each piece showcased a...

Former White House photographer speaks to Tarleton

Dawn Skinner / Editor-In-Chief

November 19, 2013

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The former White House photographer and personal photographer to President George H. W. Bush, David Valdez, spoke to Tarleton State University about his experiences and life as a photojournalist on Monday, Nov. 18."People always ask...

Theatre review: Rashomon

Heather Capps / Photographer

November 12, 2013

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This week the Tarleton State University theatre department will be putting on a show called "Rashomon". "Rashomon" is a very interesting show, about a story told from four different points of view. Directed by Carol Stavish, "...

“A World of Sound”: Music from around the world

Heather Capps / Photographer

October 20, 2013

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On Thursday evening, the choir programs at Tarleton State University put on a very beautiful concert. Song selections were chosen from different countries around the world, including Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Zimbabwe and t...

Review: ‘James and the Giant Peach’ fun for all

Chirstopher Martin / Sports Writer

October 17, 2013

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"James and the Giant Peach" was a well-designed and well thought out play done by the Tarleton State University Theatre. The original play, written by Roald Dahl, was adapted by Tarleton's Richard George and will be put on for ch...

Review: João Paulo Casarotti’s guest pianist recital

Heather Capps / Photographer

October 16, 2013

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On Monday, a guest pianist by the name of João Paulo Casarotti visited Tarleton to put on a piano recital for the music students, courtesy of the ULTRA Club.Casarotti is a Brazilian pianist and a teacher with degrees in Piano Pe...

Review: The Great American Songbook

Heather Capps / Photographer

October 6, 2013

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The jazz ensembles did a wonderful job on Thursday evening under the direction of Greg Ball. Both ensembles brought their own flare and fun to each performance and made the show very enjoyable to watch. The music chosen was a...

Review: “Jake’s Women” is witty and surprisingly touching

Chelsea Bradley / Managing Editor

September 24, 2013

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This week Tarleton State University theatre is presenting "Jake's Women," a show that, while a bit heavy on dialogue, is worth seeing.The play stars Austin Long as Jake, a writer who is up to his ears in women. His sister, wife, thera...

Ten years strong

September 8, 2013

Langdon Review Weekend

Brittany Broussard / Photo Editor

September 3, 2013

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Granbury's Dora Lee Langdon Cultural and Educational Center will host its annual Langdon Review Weekend from Sept. 4th through Sept. 7th. The Langdon Review Weekend is a literary and arts festival that features Texas cultural artists and writers.At the festival, co-editors Dr. Marilyn Robitaille and Dr. Moumin Quazi will unveil this year's Langdon Review of the Arts in Texas journal.Registration will open Thursday at 8:30 a.m. and fees to attend all events are $90, or $60 for a one-day pass.For more information visit tarleton.edu/langdonreview or email [email protected]