The Women of “The Tempest” Steal the Show

The Women of “The Tempest” Steal the Show

Robert Bouffard Student Writer A Shakespeare original comes to life in the Department of Theatre’s The Tempest. The exciting plot and meaningful themes will make it worth your money, but the strong female leads will make worth your attention. Plot Prospera, a...
Daily De-Stressors

Daily De-Stressors

Abby Kropp Student Writer We have passed the halfway point. Midterms are done. Either you’ve just finished a huge pile of work, or you’re still working your way through it. No matter where you’re at in terms of progress on your to-do list, don’t forget to take some...
Diversity in Advertising is FAKE! Do We Care?

Diversity in Advertising is FAKE! Do We Care?

Maddie Conley Online Editor Opinion Repost from thenarrativenow.com. Advertising has been in a long struggle with diversity. As America has become more heterogeneous, ad agencies are realizing the need to include more people of color in their billboards, magazines and...
Know Before You Go-Lost Films: Leave No Trace

Know Before You Go-Lost Films: Leave No Trace

Robert Bouffard Student Writer Coming to college probably came during a time of personal growth for most of us. It came during a time where we were figuring out who we were apart from our parents and our lives at home. This is the feeling that Leave No Trace attempts...
Know Before You Go-Lost Films: Tully

Know Before You Go-Lost Films: Tully

Robert Bouffard Student Writer Premiering at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and starring academy award winning actress Charlize Theron, Tully provides a comedic, yet dramatic look at parenting. Even with the theme of parenting, Tully proves relatable to college...
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