***TRIGGER WARNING: Mention of rape and sexual assault***
“Send me your location. Let's focus on communicatin' 'cause I just need the time and place to come through,” Treble and Paradise crooned in the opening notes of their set at Woodstockapalooza on April 7th at 8:30 pm. Hosted in Kay Spiritual Center, the two hour event brought together a wide variety of a capella groups in the D.C. area, pulling in the UMD Generics, UVA’s Academical Village People, the Haverford Ford S’Chords and The Georgetown Chimes, interspersed among four of AU’s own ensembles.
We often neglect to appreciate what is right under our noses. This thought entered my head as soon as I stepped through the doors to The Katzen Art Museum this past Tuesday. I had previously thought that even in the artistic hub that is Washington D.C. that I had to travel (at least a few metro stops) to find great art. Yet, here it was mere feet from my dorm room.