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Mortar exhibition in CFAM features senior artists’ mixed media works

On April 15, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum opened its annual senior student exhibition. This year’s exhibition, entitled Mortar, features a variety of mixed media art from the four graduating studio art seniors. The title Mortar unites all the pieces [...]

April 20, 2017 Art, Arts & Entertainment

‘Urinetown’ highlights the dangers of unchecked capitalism and climate change

Urinetown is filled with enchanting songs and odd choreography that capture the audience’s complete attention during the musical numbers. In addition to the captivating sequences, there are comical moments in between as well as a full-fledged revolution. It follows a [...]

April 20, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Theater

Fighting political apathy in millennials

Tuesday, April 11, Rollins hosted a panel titled Entrepreneurship and Politics in the 21st Century, which was accompanied by California’s District 15 Congressman Eric Swalwell and Florida’s very own District 7 Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy.  As advertised, the panel centered on [...]

April 20, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Features

RCCM and MECCA co-host second Table Manners event

Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, Women of Islam, Interfaith Dialogue, and Immigration Law. These topics are not typically brought up at the dinner table. Table Manners 2.0 was an event hosted by the Middle Eastern Culture and Cuisine Association (MECCA) and the Rollins [...]

April 20, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Features

Greek Life jams out at Lip Sync

This year, eight sororities and fraternities gathered in the Alfond Gym to show off their best dance moves for Lip Sync. While some organizations take the event very seriously, others view the event as a fun time to dance in [...]

April 13, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Music

Playwright speaks on politics, satire

One of the speakers at this year’s Drama Conference at Rollins was playwright Lisa Loomer. Best known around Rollins as the creator of the play Expecting Isabel, which was performed in the spring of 2016, Loomer has addressed such controversial [...]

April 13, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Features

Satire or just sad? Trump in popular media

Do you remember when our generation was younger and we would peek at the television and see whatever our parents were watching? Many of us had our childhood years in the midst of the Bush era, so everywhere that you [...]

April 7, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, TV

Greek week activities resume under theme of FSL unity

The time-honored tradition of Greek Week returned this past week, with all fraternities and sororities involved in what the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life has dubbed FSL Unity Week. Events included a mixture of Greek Week staples like dodgeball [...]

April 6, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Uncategorized

Philosophy professor shares interests, passions

“It was a big and sort of weird time for Christianity. They had culture, and they had the classics; they just weren’t really sure…where to go from there. Augustine comes along trying to explain this whole Trinity business in a [...]

April 6, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Campus

‘Iron Fist’: As bad as everyone says it is?

When I was about ten years old, I started actively reading comic books and, in that time, became very familiar with the Heroes for Hire, a.k.a. Luke Cage and Iron Fist. Very shortly, they became some of my favorites. They [...]

March 30, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, TV