- Arts and Entertainment
Every performance at Common Grounds is exciting as inspiring musicians around Baylor performs for the crowd of students that sit in the audience to hear Baylor’s finest. This week will have an even more exciting performance.
Former Uproar artist David Dulcie headed to Nashville, Tenn., in July with hopes of making it big in the music industry. During Dulcie’s time at Uproar, he was the lead singer in David Dulcie & The Rag Tag Army. Dulcie graduated from Baylor in May 2012.
Green wasn’t just a color Thursday at Common Grounds.
Houston junior Eliza Coleman and Plano junior Ryan Schaap designed two “green” outfits for the Project Greenway fashion show at 7 p.m. Thursday. The pair won the competition and received a $500 prize.
Green is the new black — at least at the third annual Project Greenway.
Project Greenway is a competitive fashion show and concert hosted by Uproar Records, Baylor’s student-run record label. The event begins at 7 p.m. Thursday at Common Grounds. Admission is free and open to the public.
When you mix an atmospheric sound, origami and a dynamic duo, you get Dreamboat.
Composed of Boerne junior Tessa Gaston and Castle Kirk, also of Boerne, Dreamboat is one of the musical acts chosen by Uproar Records for representation in the 2012-2013 year. However, they are determined to make sure that they stand out among the crowd.
By James Herd Reporter Students are making an uproar at Baylor through Uproar Records, the student-run record label that holds auditions once a year. Started by a group of music and entertainment marketing students, Uproar devotes itself to showcasing the best of the best in student musicianship. Each year, Uproar releases a compilation album that [...]
Thursday was Diadeloso, the one day of the year every student looks forward to. Filled with warm Texas weather, relaxation and entertainment, Dia provides students with a time to celebrate being a Baylor Bear.
Fifth and Fite, along with fellow Uproar Records artists O, Loveland and Trannie Stevens, performed Thursday for Baylor’s second annual Project Greenway fashion show.
The sororities Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Kappa Gamma are teaming up to create an all-university event featuring a pancake dinner and an Uproar concert to support charity: water. The event will take place from 8 to 10 p.m. today.
Hosted by Baylor’s own Uproar Records, Project Greenway is a one-night event where students design pieces of apparel created and inspired by recyclable goods and showcase the garments to a panel of judges while Baylor musicians perform.