Thom Solo graduated with a dual degree from Tufts and SMFA in 2012. Since 2008, his designer label–Thom Solo shoes–has been living up to its mission of creating “outlandish heels for epic divas.” Solo’s towering platforms, bedecked with sculpted flowers–and often glitter–connote the late Alexander McQueen when paired with the stray human skull. However, while [...]
Carved any pumpkins lately? Get in the spirit of the season and show us your best ‘Cac O Lanterns! Submit your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet them @inthecac.
But wait… it’s not actually at Hamilton. It’s at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. Yeah, it’s a benefit concert for scholarships and the arts here at the Hill, but come on, we students who would actually want to see this concert can’t even attend because it’s on a WEDNESDAY NIGHT? The least [...]
After seeing Wes Anderson’s ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ and loving it, I feel compelled to share Conn’s tweet that one of their professors was involved in making the musical score. Professor Jarvis, who specializes in percussion and chamber music, has been at Conn since 2008. For the film, Jarvis and his Drum Corps perform Mark Mothersbaugh’s composition ‘Camp [...]
“The past itself, as historical change continues to accelerate, has become the most surreal of subjects – making it possible… to see a new beauty in what is vanishing.” –Susan Sontag LikeALittle is gone. That fact in itself doesn’t evoke much sorrow. Since when have most start-ups not been end-ups? Is it so odd that [...]
Racialicious just published a great profile of comedian Hari Kondabolu, Bowdoin ’04. Here’s some classic Hari: It should also be noted that Hari Kondabolu spent his junior year at Wes, and is brothers with Ashok of Wes’s notorious hiphopster spawn: Das Racist.
We here at The ‘Cac are having a great run and we are excited to expand our brand in new ways. We are currently working on two new projects just for our friends and fellow ‘Cac-ers! A new food/body/fashion positive blog (B. Runch and The Things She Likes) for the ladies and a Culture blog [...]
Heard of Amanda Palmer ’98? Her reach in the mainstream may be limited, but her loyal fanbase is fierce–and yes, she has a check next to her name on Twitter. Palmer’s style is interactive and experimental, but when I curiously cued up ‘Who Killed Amanda Palmer’ (produced by Ben Folds) earlier today I was pleasantly [...]