Recital pays ode to composer
By Bria Parker
The gentle talking in the aisles of the Stretansky Concert Hall came to a halt as the spotlight appeared over the black grand piano on stage.
On Tuesday, Sept. 17, adjunct faculty member Jeffrey Fahnestock held a recital titled "Britten at 100 ...
Lecture tackles faith, philosophy
By Samantha McCoy
Despite the diversity of the U.S., its citizens are still sometimes unknowing of the impact and culture of nonwestern society, especially religion. This topic was discussed in great detail at "The Limits of the Open Mind" lecture on Sept. 16.
Writer appreciates artist's ability to remain simple
By Joey Maltese
Elton John, the original Lady Gaga, is still thriving on superstardom with the release of his 30th studio album, "The Diving Board."
Sir Elton has been busy at work over the past few years, collaborating with extremely random artists from The...
Special interest club offers a new 'Circle of Life' for students
By Virginia Liscinsky
Assistant Living & Arts Editor
Does your idea of a fun Friday night include watching movies like "Mulan," "Peter Pan" and "Wreck-It Ralph"? Can you name all the Disney princesses? Do you know the lyrics to every classic Disney song... ever?
If the answer to any of these...
New 2 Chainz album produces love, hate feelings in columnist
By Joey Maltese
2 Chainz has done a lot of growing up since the days of asking for "big booty hoes" for his birthday. Just kidding!
The Atlanta rapper is establishing himself as the most irreprehensible MC in the game, as evidenced by the release of his sophomore...