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Res College Symposium 2018 has ended
The symposium is an  inter-college event where students openly discuss the topics explored  within each college’s respective theme.

Every  RC  student will give either a Presentation or a  Poster -  either as a  group  or as an individual project.  Every RC student will also be an audience  member.  

At Registration, you will receive a name tag with your schedule on it.

The Symposium is organized into two, concurrent, sessions: Session I: 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. & Session II: 3:10 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.

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Saturday, December 1
 

1:40pm

Activism, Lyricism, and Rhythm (Race)
This presentation  represents what we learned this semester in our foundation seminar for the  Arts Residential College. We have focused on topical issues in relation to  music and the arts. Through the use of songs and their impactful lyrics,  artists are able to address issues promoting change and awareness.
 
  This playlist contains songs from ‘present, featuring artists across  different genres who have made commentary to expose and eradicate racism.  Artists such as John Legend, En Vogue, and Beyonce each bring attention to  the topic in a different way, but the intention/message of their songs is  similar.

Speakers
AA

Atkins, Akil

Arts College
ZJ

Zhou, Jingyi

Arts College
NJ

Negron, Jonathan

Arts College
GJ

Gabriele, Joseph

Arts College
LS

Lin, Stephanie

Arts College
ZY

Zhang, Yuqing

Arts College


Saturday December 1, 2018 1:40pm - 3:00pm
Terrace Toom ELC
  • Special Requirements: Table, Screen

3:10pm

Activism Lyricism and Rhythm
This presentation represents what we learned this semester in our foundation seminar for the Arts Residential College. We have focused on topical issues in relation to music and the arts. Through the use of songs and their impactful lyrics, artists are able to address issues promoting change and awareness.

Our mixtape ventures into political movements being influenced by music. The analysis addresses specific songs’ successes in achieving a political agenda alongside the social credibility of the artist themselves. This selection will leave a detailed history of musicians starting worldwide political conversations in order to confront and combat social issues. 

Speakers
TL

Turner, Logan

Arts College
FL

Francisco, Luisa

Arts College
AR

Anello, Rachel

Arts College
BR

Binford, Ryan

Arts College
CY

Chen, Yida

Arts College


Saturday December 1, 2018 3:10pm - 4:40pm
Terrace Toom ELC
  • Special Requirements: Electricity, Table, Screen