October 20, 2019

Gordon Holds First JUD Talks Speech Competition

May 4, 2018 0

By Makayela Isbell ’20 Staff Reporter The JUDTalks debut during this year’s Founders week. Named after Adoniram Judson Gordon, the JUDTalks were created by the Communication Arts department. Dr. Christine Gardner, chair of the Communication […]

The Spoiler-Free Avengers ‘Infinity War’ Review

May 4, 2018 0

By Billy Jepma ’18 Entertainment Columnist It’s been ten years since Marvel Studios first entered into the Hollywood limelight with “Iron Man,” the film that started what would later become arguably the biggest, most ambitious […]

Celebrating Wins Big and Small with Ice Cream

May 4, 2018 0

By Zachary Daly ’18 Food Columnist How do you celebrate life’s biggest moments? If you answered ice cream, please read on. Ice cream has always been there for me. After my pre-school graduation, my elementary […]

Documentary Recounts Journalist’s Immigration

April 24, 2018 0

By Vicki Franks ’20 Arts & Life Editor Addressing a sensitive issue dominating the public sphere, the Social Work Student Advisory Committee (SWSAC) hosted a viewing of the film “Undocumented: a film by an undocumented […]

Spielberg and Strong Visuals Liven Bland Script

April 24, 2018 0

By Billy Jepma Entertainment Columnist “Ready Player One” is an action-adventure movie with old-school sentiments. It is straightforward, familiar, and shallow, but for all its missteps, it somehow still succeeds in delivering an enjoyable popcorn […]

New Film Takes Quiet Approach to Classic Genre

April 24, 2018 0

By William Jepma Entertainment Columnist Several months ago the first trailer for the new horror film “A Quiet Place” surfaced online and in theaters with little to no press beforehand. Much like the movie itself, […]

New Exhibit Incorporates the Senses in Visual Art

April 24, 2018 0

By Evangelina Opoku-Nyarko ’21 Staff Reporter Stephen Watson, an artist and assistant professor at Samford University, showcased his paintings, sculptures and spice installations in an exhibit at the Barrington Centre for the Arts, themed “Patterns […]

Challenge to Apartment Dwellers – Learn to Cook

April 24, 2018 0

By Zachary Daly ’18 Food Columnist Applications for on-campus apartments have come to a close and many underclassmen are eager to make the transition out of communal bathrooms and forced triples. Anticipation will be running […]

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