BY ANDREW MCCLURE
If you own a black-as-night Canada Goose down jacket and you don’t live in subzero towns that are mostly white in color, hmm. If you own one and can’t explain what “down” is, you know, the stuff that keeps you warm inside that monolith of a parka, then I likely hold an unfair opinion of you.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
Beneath Taylor’s elemental regard for poetry, which strikes the observer as visceral and instantaneous, is a long and winding, self-informed study.
BY KAREN HUA
“I wanted this shop to be not just to make pretty things, but to be a place where all of that history lives and we can talk about it, not in the abstract.”
BY COMMUNITY CULTURE WRITERS
1. School of Music, Theatre & Dance's “Cabaret”
BY GRACE PROSNIEWSKI
For those of us who are graduating in May, there’s a very different emotion to contend with: fear.
BY GRACE HAMILTON
An appreciation for museums ensures that learning doesn’t stop the second the class period ends, when we graduate college or after we get a job. There is always more to be seen, more histories to be opened up, more piles of rock to stand on.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
“Dead Man Walking,” an opera created by Jake Heggie and Tony-Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally, is not your typical opera. This show, put on by the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, was powerful, moving and far beyond the expectations of a skeptical college student.
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