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Berklee’s First Fulbright Scholar

By Zac Taylor
Editor-in-Chief

Liz Davis Maxfield has hit the proverbial jackpot. The versatile cellist graduates this semester, and will be heading to the University of Limerick in Ireland to receive her Master’s degree in Traditional Irish Music Performance. The …


Berklee Gets Purple with Prince Ensemble

Mark Strubler grooves with John Blackwell. Photo by Diane Grinwis

Mark Strubler grooves with John Blackwell. Photo by Diana Grinwis

By Ann Driscoll
Associate Editor

The Prince ensemble, a student-run cover band, performed their second show on Thursday, April 23 at a special 90-minute caf show. Formed in the summer …



Choreography 101

Livingston Taylor hosts a Choreographer in Stage Performance Class. Photo by Justin Tolan.

Livingston Taylor hosts a Choreographer in Stage Performance Class. Photo by Justin Tolan.

By Zac Taylor
Editor-in-Chief

Last Wednesday, April 8, Livingston Taylor fulfilled a goal he had for 19 years: giving his Stage Performance Techniques class a crash course…

Green Week at Berklee

By Dan Thompson
Campus Planning Chair

Berklee’s SGA will be hosting the college’s first annual Green Week during the week of April 21-24. The week will include a number of environmentally focused events and is intended to focus the Berklee …


Nashville Trip Highlights

By Brant Buckley
Contributing Writer

Every spring break, from March 14 to 18, Berklee students have an opportunity to visit Nashville and learn valuable tips from top-notch songwriters, artists, managers, producers, and musicians. This is a gift to Berklee students …


Dorm Expansion Plans A Bust?

By Orlando Dixon
Staff Writer

There is wide speculation that Berklee will be expanding their dormitories in the coming years. With proposals and plans dating back to 2006, students and parents alike are interested to hear whether Berklee’s decision to …