For Middlebury Magazine. A pair of students is using new methods to revive an ancient tradition. Full text: On a rainy night in September, Bianca Giaever ’12 steps onto a small cement-and-bedrock stage in the basement of Gifford Hall. Members of the audience surround her on all sides, sitting on velour beanbags, the floor and one another in various leg-numbing contortions. A few track lights are out, but the microphone works fine. Giaever asks how many are newcomers here; when […]
” Bluebird skies rob the world of its deep, wet hues and its foggy dimension, rendering us all actors on a giant, two-dimensional set where front doors open to nothing and trees flop over in the wind. I have had too many of these days in Santa Teresa, and I am strangely satisfied with the fact that I got robbed on one of them: another black mark against the bright day.” For Middlebury Magazine.