Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Folio Social Justice Night


Ellie Sherry — Reporter  As November continues, so does social justice month at Southern. In following with the month’s theme, Folio hosted a Social Justice reading night. The first person to speak at Social Justice night was Spanish major Gabriela Vázquez, a senior, who started her painting in January 2019. Her talent took off quickly, and she began to sell

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‘Rick and Morty’ season four premiere brings more adventures


Jessica Guerrucci — Managing Editor Death crystals, fascist shrimp, and a holographic Rick — there is nowhere else you can find all these things together except for this show. We have all waited two years, and Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith did not disappoint. If you are like me, you sat in front of your television, computer, or whatever device you

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Social Justice Talent Show raises awareness


Sofia Rositani — Reporter Rappers, dancers, singers — these were just a few of the performers who drew a crowd that filled the Adanti Student Center Ballroom with social justice being the common theme. For the 10th time, The Social Justice Talent Show kicked off on Nov. 13, hosted by the Multi-Cultural Center for Southern’s Social Justice Month. Health studies major

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F.A.C.E showcase hosts fashion and music creativity


Ellie Sherry — Reporter The models of F.A.C.E., Fashion Artistic Creative Elegance, put on their fall semester fashion show, with the theme of fashion week. The club gets in touch with different designers from the area and collaborates to find a way for the models to get to wear the designs, and for the designers to get publicity. At the

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Smashing pottery pieces different organizations together


Alexandra Scicchitano — Opinions & Features Editor Pottery Smash, an event hosted by the Anthropology Society and Alpha Phi Delta, lets students pay money to smash pottery so they can in order to relieve some of the stress before finals and raise money for field trips, said Anthony Riccio, president of the Anthropology Society. “I wanted to put this event

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Biology Club Game Night brings students together


Jacob Waring — Online Editor  Sociology major Adriana Oquendo, a sophomore, carefully removed a block from a Jenga tower as the Biology Club hosted game night. The games played that Nov. 14 evening were Jenga, bopit! XT, 5 Second Rule, Hasbro Perfection, Bananagrams and a deck of cards, and were all provided by President of Biology Club, Tracy Lichter, a

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Everything I Wanted Billie Eilish


Ellie Sherry — Reporter This past Wednesday, Billie Eilish released her first song since dropping her debut in March of this year. The song is entitled “Everything I Wanted.” The song was written because she had a nightmare where she killed herself and no one cared, cried or was sad about her death. She then tributes her brother in the chorus, who

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