Comedy Central stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson crack up the crowd at Goldstein Auditorium.
The stars of Broad City visited the Syracuse University on Saturday to share a little about what they have learned so far in their rapidly flourishing comedy careers.
A nearly capacity Goldstein Auditorium crowd heard Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson’s perspectives on their transition from a web series to cable TV success, starting their comedy careers at Upright Citizens Brigade and deflecting constant questions about being female in a predominantly male-centric profession.
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University Union announces the eclectic performer along with Demo Taped will perform Nov. 4.
Raury, singer/rapper/guitarist/songwriter will bring his alternative mix to Schine Underground at University Union’s second show in the Bandersnatch Concert Series on Nov. 4. Special guest Demo Taped is set to open.
Raury, known for his incorporation of soul, hip-hop, and folk released his first studio album All We Need this month. After his first mixtape, Indigo Child caught the attention of EVERYONE…he signed with Columbia Records. If you don’t at least know this song…you should.
The group hosted an artist social Thursday, where students presented their art and talent.
More than 70 students and alumni attended the Artist Social, hosted by the Black Artist League, on Thursday night at the Schine Student Center. Several students shared their talents and works of art with attendants and earned applause and support in return.
A student-run fashion show displayed garments based on various traditional cultures with a modern twist.
On Friday, the Rip the Runway fashion show transported students from central New York to a cultural oasis.
As the first model sliced through the red fog and stomped onto the catwalk, the audience fell silent. Bright colors poured out onto the runway as rhythmic drums pumped through the Goldstein Auditorium.
University Union kicked off its Bandersnatch concert series with alternative rock bands Tribe Society and X Ambassadors on Oct. 7.
On Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m., a small but mighty crowd waited to enter Schine Underground for the first Bandersnatch concert of the year. University Union kicked off this series with X Ambassadors and their opening act, Tribe Society.
Bandersnatch headliners talk influences, dream collaborations and returning to Upstate New York.
The NewsHouse: You guys formed out of the band Gentlemen Hall. Is Tribe Society a reimagining of it, or are you focusing on more of a different style?
Brad: This is a big turning point for Gentlemen Hall. We used to have another singer, but he left, and then we moved to New York, and just kind of started over, started fresh. It’s a little different in sound because we’re always exploring and stuff, so it kind of became its own thing with the five of us instead of the six people in Gentlemen Hall.