Are you a musician? Are you not a musician?
Then visiting artist Jen Delos Reyes needs your help.
Between March 18th and March 22nd, she wants to re-record Fleetwood Mac’s album Rumours, track-by-track with Haverford & Bryn Mawr musicians—students, staff, and faculty. 11 bands, choirs, and individuals will be selected to record the 11 tracks on the album. The re-make album will have the original artwork drawn by a Bi-co student. Remaking Rumours will then be pressed on vinyl (hopefully) and distributed for free online.
Whatever you play—guitar, spoons, radiator—we want YOU.
Stop by the Haverford Dining Center lobby on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4TH, from 11am – 2pm or 5 pm – 7:30 pm to listen to tracks and sign-up.
Listening Party for Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” this Wednesday. More info to come… Keep an eye out for posters.
The Objective: Give people hugs.
Achieved by: Giving people hugs.
Simple as that!
Thanks to everyone who joined the Wall as we roamed campus givin’ hugs! Huggers and Huggees alike had a blast.
glimpses of greatness were witnessed at our meeting on wendesday. hearing about everyone’s preliminary stunts and final projects in detail was both enlightening and fun! each project is totally unique, from pope.l’s otherworldly performance shoot, to jen’s remake of a fleetwood mac album, to nao’s comfort station, to harrell’s fieldtrips. especially exciting will be the flurry of preliminary stunts in the coming weeks, including mashup karaoke, giant birthday parties, the et^2 screening, and anonymous valentines. the air at haverford is getting more spontaneous and creative by the day. many thanks to the faculty, students and non-haverpeople who have assisted among friends so far!
thanks to john muse, here are some pics of the joyous event.
Come Saturday, there are going to be seventy or so pleasantly surprised, or completely confused Haverford students. The one thing that they will have in common: All will be recipients of an ornate, loving, anonymous Valentine’s Day Card. Will you get the golden ticket? To be continued…
Today I took a trip to the nice bathroom by the periodicals room in Magill, and I found this weird flier. The question on this sheet of paper reads: “If you were to make a peanut butter sandwich, what else would you put on it? Be bold.” The responses (honey, AIDS, your mom’s chest hair among them) interest me less than the question. Who’s asking? Are we asked to write about a sandwich we would really eat? Or is the question just a clever vandalism opportunity that allows us to scrawl “semen” on a wall? And will we receive sandwiches for our participation?