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Caroline Lee

Not only does Light House work with local Charlottesville schools and organizations, they also organize and operate their own annual film festivals and programs.

Spotlight on Light House Studio

Through its programs and projects, Light House Studio is able to uphold its mission of fostering collaboration, creativity and community through film. 

Lily Altman, singer for Split Decision and third-year College student, feels that the community has been incredibly supportive of the formation of new relationships.

Jumping on the bandwagon — the U.Va. frat band epidemic

The hills of Charlottesville are alive with the sound of music — live music, that is. On any given Saturday, the soundtrack of Rugby Road almost certainly includes a myriad of voices singing along to covers of classic rock anthems performed by one of the many fraternity bands on Grounds. 

Shot over three days in August at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium and released on Oct. 13 (Swift’s favorite number), “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” stands as a nearly three-hour concert documentary, bringing the tour experience to those not able to navigate the morass of attaining tickets and attending in person.

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” will never go out of style

In the theater, and in the crowds on screen, there were parents and children, middle school and college students, Swifties and non-Swifties and everything in between, all of whom were held, rapt, for the entirety of the three hours. So call it what you want, but certainly don’t call it boring.  

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