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Music and Performing Arts

Q&A: David Crowder talks Baylor, being on tour and his upcoming show

    Q&A: David Crowder talks Baylor, being on tour and his upcoming show

David Crowder formed the David Crowder*Band as a reaction to the stagnant state of church life at Baylor in the late ’90s. Now an internationally recognized artist, Crowder will return to Waco for a show April 8 in Waco Hall.

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Viewpoint: Fangirls will be fangirls

    Viewpoint: Fangirls will be fangirls

Teenyboppers and fangirls (maybe some boys, too) everywhere are mourning the loss of one of the world’s greatest heroes: Zayn Malik.

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English-Irish boy band heads in two directions

    English-Irish boy band heads in two directions

And then there were four: Zayn Malik said Wednesday he is leaving chart-topping boy band One Direction “to be a normal 22-year-old.”

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VirtuOSO takes first at a cappella semifinals

    VirtuOSO takes first at a cappella semifinals

The cast of “Pitch Perfect” has nothing on Baylor’s VirtuOSO. The 14 member a cappella choir will compete at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Final in New York on April 18.

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Iggy Azalea gets candid at SXSW

    Iggy Azalea gets candid at SXSW

AUSTIN, Texas — Missing Iggy Azalea on social media? You may have to get used to it.

The rapper, who has spent the last week off of Twitter and Instagram, said she may not return to the popular networks.

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Finding theater in the trenches: Professor explores role of plays in World War I

    Finding theater in the trenches: Professor explores role of plays in World War I

Dr. DeAnna Toten Beard traces the 100-year old path of soldiers in the trenches of World War I through the lens of theater. Her combined love of history, writing and teaching has wrapped itself in 12 years of teaching at Baylor.

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Baylor Theatre shines light on sin with newest award-winning play

    Baylor Theatre shines light on sin with newest award-winning play

By Allie Matherne Reporter “Make them feel how uncomfortable you are — you think having the sex talk is hard?

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Ensembles to jazz up Baylor campus

    Ensembles to jazz up Baylor campus

Baylor University’s two jazz ensembles, the Baylor Jazz Ensemble and the Concert Jazz Ensemble, will team up with world famous trumpet player Vince Dimartino in a free concert tonight.

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Sing Reviews: Bears take stage in longtime Baylor tradition

    Sing Reviews: Bears take stage in longtime Baylor tradition

I felt a definite dip in creativity and innovation from last year’s showdown, and only one act — Phi Kappa Chi — showed the most willingness to think outside the box. Alas, eight must go through to Pigskin, and I’m sure happy I don’t have to choose from this lackluster group of acts.

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It’s Sing season once again

    It’s Sing season once again

Students are showing up to class with hairspray locked in, tapping their feet to the beat of their performances. All-University Sing, a tradition that has captivated Baylor for 62 years, kicked off Thursday in Waco Hall.

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