Flo Milli Concert Brings Beat Back to Campus

After two years without concerts in Barton Hall, the Flo Milli Concert on April 23, presented by Cornell Concert Commission and the Multicultural Concert Funding Advisory Board, brought the energy and enthusiasm of live performances back to campus. The event was the first large concert held in Barton since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It began with Armani White’s opener and continued with Réne Ortiz, featuring Armstrong School of Dance dancers, before concluding with the main event: a performance by rapper Flo Milli. Every year, the Cornell Concert Commission and the Multicultural Funding Advisory Board bring POC artists to Cornell stages. Planning for this concert started in November 2021, and the decision to invite Flo Milli was based on hundreds of student suggestions.

Soccer Mommy – Indie Rock Enters Bruce Monger’s Territory

During my time at Cornell, I never imagined that I would utter the words, “There’s an indie rock concert at Bailey Hall.” This sentence also surprised a lot of my friends; after all, as we’ve learned, the stage should belong to Prof. Bruce Monger and his loving devotion to our climate. During my time at Cornell, I never imagined that I would utter the words, “There’s an indie rock concert at Bailey Hall.” This sentence also surprised a lot of my friends; after all, as we’ve learned, the stage should belong to Prof. Bruce Monger and his loving devotion to our climate. 

Passenger and the Beauty of Live Streams

Even for those unfamiliar with his more recent music, watching a performance with thousands of other people is a type of social connection that most people would appreciate in the face of isolation — I know I do.