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Three girls – one dressed, of course, in maroon — stood against the wall leading to the upstairs exhibits.

Sartorial Spaces: Fashion at the Fralin

The art in the lobby of the Fralin varied in color and style, but the body of students dressed for the occasion seemed to have its own palette — shades of red, mustard yellow, and elegant black.

As undergraduates filled into their first-year dorms in the fall of 2013, a 16-year-old Lorde was in the midst of releasing her debut album, “Pure Heroine.”

Pop music of the Class of 2017

Bittersweet memories are in heavy order for the graduating Class of 2017, and little else reflects the graduating students’ nostalgia as accurately as the music they listened to for the last four years.

The Shorty Awards could present interesting implications for the entertainment industry.

The art of social media

The existence of the Shortys speaks to the ever-increasing influence of short-form, digital content on the entertainment world as a whole.

Lead guitarist Joe Trohman will rock the stage next week with band Fall Out Boy.

Fall Out Boy to grace Charlottesville stage

In advance of their long-awaited performance, Arts & Entertainment spoke with Fall Out Boy founding member and lead guitarist Joe Trohman for details on the headliner’s origins, current tour and music-making prowess.


Reupholstering the game

While Meléndez enjoys the performance aspect of the game he most appreciates that the Globetrotters take the opportunity to give back.

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From her love of Taylor Swift to a late-night Yik Yak post, Olivia Beam describes how Swifties at U.Va. was born. In this week's episode, Olivia details the thin line Swifties at U.Va. successfully walk to share their love of Taylor Swift while also fostering an inclusive and welcoming community.