Movie Review: First Man

Movie Review: First Man

Matt Dekonty Student Writer Reach for the Stars After carving out quite the name for himself through both Whiplash and La La Land, director Damien Chazelle has decided to go in a completely different direction for his latest work. The Neil Armstrong biopic First Man...
Is He Dead? Keeps Twain Fresh In the Twenty-First Century

Is He Dead? Keeps Twain Fresh In the Twenty-First Century

Matt Dekonty Student Writer Opinion What’s It About? The plot of Is He Dead? centers around a painter in need of some fast cash who realizes his artworks would fetch a higher price if he was deceased. His acquaintances proceed to force him into a scheme where he fakes...
Alpha Psi Omega Hosts Cabaret

Alpha Psi Omega Hosts Cabaret

Jessica Henry Student Writer It isn’t every day that a poster for an event at Messiah clarifies that the dress code is black tie optional. The Dessert Cabaret presented by Alpha Psi Omega Wednesday night gave attendees the opportunity to dress up and be entertained by...
Week in Review: Olympics and More

Week in Review: Olympics and More

Ally Hufford Student Writer We have reached the end of our first full week of the semester. I don’t know about you, but I would have loved another mid-week snow day. On top of all the school work, the plethora of events is back. Thursday, February 8 – Sunday, February...
The Department of Theatre and Dance Presents “The Boy Friend”

The Department of Theatre and Dance Presents “The Boy Friend”

Zoë Lehmann Student Writer The Boy Friend play opened on Thursday and ran this past weekend in Miller Theatre. The show immediately draws the audience into the Jazz Age with flapper dresses and a live band introducing each scene. The Boy Friend consists of all sorts...
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