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Creativity: John Cleese & Scientific American

While “creativity” is difficult to define, it seems fairly certain that something of the sort exists. We know little of its origins, but can observe the environments in which it thrives. Here is John Cleese’s take on it: Cleese successfully outlines “the 5 factors that you can arrange to make your lives more creative”. Here […]

Piano Concert at TSAI

Tomorrow, February 5th at 8 pm, in the TSAI Performance Center, there will be a Piano Department Concert, featuring works by Claude Debussy. The event is free and open to the public. The Core encourages students to drop by and dip their toes in the music.

National Poetry Month & Free Issues of ‘Poetry’

The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, is starting a giveaway of Poetry in celebration of National Poetry Month. A limited number of free copies of the April 2013 issue of Poetry magazine will be available to individuals, book clubs, and reading groups that request them by March 24. The April 2013 issue of Poetry includes new poems by […]

This Friday: Calliope Scene Festival

Come and enjoy various scenes from famous plays and works of literature performed and directed by the Core student and Core alumni members of Calliope Project theater troupe. The pieces at this Friday”s show are drawn from sources including Hamlet, Eurydice, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail, and the poetry […]

Save the date: MoS College Night

From the Museum of Science website: The Museum welcomes students back to the city in style by offering free admission to a night in our Exhibit Halls, Monday, September 19, 2011, beginning at 5 PM. This exclusive evening features Omni and 3-D Digital Cinema films, Theater of Electricity shows, Boston Duck Tours, mini Segway tours, […]