August 24, 2019

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 […]

Acclaiming Sister Trio Shares Journey and Music

April 24, 2018 0

By Asolia Zharmenova Web Editor “Make that forte a joyful one!” exclaimed Lisa Lee, violinist and middle sister of the Lee Trio, during the chamber masterclass on Friday, April 6. The Center for Faith and […]

Intergenerational Worshipers Celebrates Easter

April 24, 2018 0

By Evangelina Opoku-Nyarko ’21 Staff Reporter Gordon College celebrated its first ever Easter chapel on 29th March 2018. The event introduced a faculty-student choir consisting of about 40 students and staff members—including the three of […]

Sci-Fi Film Provokes Thought but Lacks Closure

March 22, 2018 0

By Billy Jepma ’18 Entertainment Columnist Alex Garland’s newest science fiction film is a mind bending, slow burn thriller that, while sporting more than its fair share of existential dread, is less a horror movie […]

Disney Adapt Wrinkles Acclaimed Material

March 22, 2018 0

By Billy Jepma ’18 Entertainment Columnist When talking about influential childhood storytellers, it rarely takes long for Madeline L’Engle’s name to come into the conversation. She is a master of fantasy, and one of the […]

Jenks Hosts Displaced DVDs from Prep School

March 22, 2018 0

By Vicki Franks ’20 Arts & Life Editor Thanks to a collaboration with Phillips Academy, a private school in Andover, Massachusetts, around 2,800 DVDs were added to the collection in Jenks Library. Before this addition, […]

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