Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Annual Warren Files lives on


 Sofia Rositani — Reporter Tony Spera hosted “The Warren Files” on Nov. 1 at the Lyman Center, after a showing of “Annabelle Comes Home.” By the time the event started, almost all of Lyman Center was packed. Tony Spera began the show talking about how TV shows like ‘Ghost Adventures’ give a bad name to those who are considered ‘paranormal investigators.’

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Surprise EP ‘Feet of Clay’ reflects a new unique style


Jackson Volenec — Reporter Rapper Earl Sweatshirt has released the surprise EP “Feet of Clay,” following his critically acclaimed album release last year “Some Rap Songs,” featuring seven tracks and 15 total minutes of runtime. Earl Sweatshirt is an artist who rose to prominence in the wave of hype from the influential music group Odd Future, being one of the

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NOTEtorious features talent


Sofia Rositani — Reporter NOTEorious is an acapella group that performs on and off campus, and carols during the holiday season at different resident halls. NOTEorious also is usually asked to sing the national anthem at certain sporting events, including homecoming. This is the fourth year that NOTEorious has been a club on campus, and the first year without the creators

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Caged bird showcases women and perseverance


Jackson Volenec — Reporter Buley Library is hosting an open art exhibit, “When Caged Bird Sings,” that showcases the stories of multiple women who have undergone traumatic experiences but still persevered. “When Caged Birds Sing is an exhibition that sheds light on human rights violations affecting women around the world,” said Sabrina St. Juste, a VPAS graduate intern. “It honors the

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Midnight showing of ‘Rocky Horror’ engages audience


Jacob Waring — Online Editor  Crescent Players, College Democrats and other students jumped to the left, took a step to the right then put their hands on their hips to do the pelvic thrust. They were dancing along to “Time Warp” as the musical number played on the screen behind them. Rocky Horror Picture Show was screened in Kendall Drama Lab, at

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Folio’s Haunted Halloween


Joe Bulwidas — Contributor With the sound of “Love Potion No. 9” by The Clovers playing in the background, students gathered in the English department’s common room for Folio’s Halloween Reading on Thursday, Oct. 24. “I did a similar literary magazine in high school and I always read at the open mics, so I’m just continuing the tradition,” said biology

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Slang in English related to internet culture today


Anna De Simone — Contributor Today’s college student slang is influenced by factors such as social media and the feeling of being included by social groups on campus, said English professor Dina Brun. “New slang is, in a way, a password for entering and belonging to a certain group of people,” said Brun. When students enter college, Brun said they

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