Work parties help students learn important skills while showing their support for the arts

Gracie Sleeper

October 11, 2011

From the roar of drills mixing with the sound of large set pieces being maneuvered into place, to the smell of paint and sawdust filling the air of the Black Box, it is apparent that a work party is officially underway for “A...

Decency in the media is endangered

Gracie Sleeper

October 5, 2011

“Kate Plus Eight?” more like Kate Minus Eight. TLC’s hit show, now canceled, is just one of many examples of how some in our society still take pleasure in watching lives fall apart through broadcast in the media, and how...

Going back home: the trip of a lifetime (Part 1)

Kara Elizeh

September 29, 2011

It’s slowly setting in: my trip to Iran is now mere days away. The trip that has been looming over my head since early August is now becoming a fast and hard reality. Up until this point, I never took the trip too seriously....

The Ultimate Taylor Swift concert experience

Chrisann Kim

September 16, 2011

Imagine your favorite artist coming to your town to perform on their world tour. Imagine not being able to attend such an amazing concert because you had no tickets. Now, wrap your mind around the miracle of winning two tickets...

A snarky Liberal’s look at the Republican presidential candidates

Elise Brown

September 16, 2011

Pick your poison, voters. If you choose not to give President Obama a second term, you can give the job to one of eight potential future presidents, eight people who each show in their own way just how ridiculous politics have...

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