Love of Photography

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been extremely passionate about photography. There has always been a part of me that knew I wanted to make a career out of it. Throughout high school, I had taken all the offered photography courses. I took senior photos for a […]


Spring Fashion

Welcome back everyone, hope y’all had a wonderful break and are enjoying the nice weather! This week we’ll be talking about Spring 2020 fashion trends! As you may or may not know, late-February through March is fashion month and designers along with houses launch their collections for the season and […]


Sonic makes the leap from Sega to big screen

Editor’s note: There isn’t a spoiler in this story about the “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie for those yet to see it. “Sonic the Hedgehog” as a live action movie had its first showing this Valentine’s Day. Previously known as a popular Sega game character, Sonic the Hedgehog has now progressed […]


Fashion experiment led to chilly outfits picked by boys

This week’s fashion column is the first of a series of fashion challenges I’m undertaking, using a jar of random ideas I will draw from. It was late on a Saturday evening. I had just finished my jar, and decided to pick the first challenge so I could have Sunday […]


‘Little Women’ stirs controversy

Between 1917 and 1994 there were five film adaptations of Lousia May Alcott’s semi-autobiographical critically acclaimed novel, “Little Women,” which follows the lives of the March sisters. Now, there is now a sixth adaptation, which garnered about $16.5 million in domestic ticket sales on its opening weekend, according to the […]

Arts News

Mac Miller album review

From the opening bass line of the track, “Circles” to the abrupt ending of the closing track, “Once a Day,” Mac Miller takes us on an intimate journey into the deepest parts of his mind. Circles is Mac Miller’s sixth studio album. It’s hard to get into the mindset of […]


Djembe drums connect music to soul

Music has the power to heal deep traumas, to connect us to ourselves and with our fellow humans of past, present and future. I was reminded of this after a powerful experience in professor Jared Shapiro’s Global Music course. Guest speaker Gary Meitrott visited the class on Jan. 28 armed […]

Arts Features

Alum unveils new play

It was late in the evening on Friday night. Students start filing into the dance studio, getting ready for what the night has in store for them. Daniel Jackson, an actor, sits in the corner by himself reading over his script. Adam Murray, the stage manager, sets up black boxes […]


Who’s best dressed?

The Grammy’s are not only music’s biggest night, but arguably a major fashion moment. While we can argue for hours on who should’ve won this, and who didn’t deserve that, I’m here to talk about the looks, the moments, the eye-catching gowns and suits and everything in between. Because we’re […]

Arts Columns

Dissecting Jimi Hendrix’s ‘May This Be Love’

Music is one of the most powerful and influential things in my life. To me, music is therapy. When I’m down, music lifts me up. I like to analyze it for meaning. It’s such a huge part of my life. This column will dive into my love for music from […]