The studio art honors theses of seniors Natasha Blackmore, Shannon Brathwaite, Maria Darrow and Emma Rothkopf are currently on display in Fayerweather’s Eli Marsh Gallery.

This Friday at 7 p.m, Lucas Lebovitz ’15 will take the stage of Buckley Recital Hall to present a showcase of contemporary classical and jazz music as part of the senior thesis presentation, “The Jukebox.” Lebovitz invites the audience on a journey through sounds of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. The concert will spotlight the original compositions of Lebovitz, which he will perform alongside the Amherst College Jazz Ensemble, in an effort to journey back to the golden age of big band jazz.

Walking through the hallway into Val or the entrance of Keefe you’re likely to have been struck by the promotional posters on display for the weekly shows put on by Mr. Gad’s House of Improv. Perhaps it was one for “Mr. Gad’s Classic Game Night” featuring Khalil Flemming’s head on a game of Whack-a-Mole, or an aging Jesse Pagliuca on a box of men’s Touch of Gray coloring formula, advertising “Mr.

The latest community endeavor to surface in my Facebook newsfeed has presented itself in the form of a video blog of sorts, titled “Show & Tell.” A week ago, I received a notification inviting me to like the show’s Facebook page. Intrigued, I decided to visit the page.

“The Other Side” is the next production in a series of senior projects undertaken by the theater and dance majors at Amherst College. Written by senior philosophy and theater and dance double major Pepper Dee, “The Other Side” will invigorate the Holden Theater stage Feb. 5, 6 and 7 at 8 p.m.