Snapper Debate: Best Actress 2017-2018

February 14, 2018 0

Mickayla Miller Managing Editor Colin Vanden Berg  Associate Arts & Culture Editer Mickayla: This was a great year for women in film. It was honestly very refreshing to see women at the forefront, rather than

Ekhert Art Gallery presents “Echoes”

February 14, 2018 0

  Kaylee Rex Arts & Culture Editor Currently in the Eckert Art Gallery is Evan Kitson’s exhibit entitled “Echoes.” The gallery walls are filled with drawings done in graphite. The drawings range from naked women

Album Review: MGMT’s “Little Dark Age.”

February 14, 2018 0

Abigail Risser Staff Writer On Feb. 9, alternative rock band MGMT released a new album, “Little Dark Age.” The techno/80s-rock sounding album is composed of 10 songs that the band played periodically throughout the year

Students create graphics to emphasize human rights

February 7, 2018 0

Jared Hameloth News Editor If you have been inside the McNairy Library this spring semester, but have undoubtedly stared in wonder at the giant graphic design posters displayed around the lobby. All these designs were

Visions of the Past at Sykes Gallery

February 7, 2018 0

By Bailey Norman Staff Writer There is still time to catch “Seeing Through Psychics”, Dan R. Talley’s knockout photography exhibit at the Sykes Gallery in Breidenstine Hall before it closes on Feb. 22. Talley, a

“The Mousetrap” delivers a killer night of theater

January 30, 2018 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The Fulton Theatre’s production of Agatha Christie’s, The Mousetrap, is an intriguing murder mystery that is filled with excellent performances and a grand set that is worth the price of admission

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