Media ‘comes out’ with more representation

October 23, 2019

Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor Sydney ClarkAssociate Arts & Culture Editor LGBTQ+ representation in the media in recent years has reached a cultural peak. With shows like “Queer Eye” and “Brooklyn-Nine Nine”  and movies with . . .

Shakespeare Plays with Emotions

March 20, 2019

Jessie Garrison Associate Opinions Editor “Shakespeare, for me, was going to be a long-term relationship,” Justin Hopkins appropriately explains the day after Valentine’s Day. Dressed in traditional Shakespearian garb, the Franklin and Marshall writing professor . . .

‘The Ferryman’ harvests brilliance on Broadway

March 20, 2019

Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Jez Butterworth’s sprawling family drama, ‘The Ferryman’, takes audiences into 1981 Northern Ireland, into the house of the Carney family as they plan for their annual family harvest. What . . .

The Jonas Brothers are back!

March 6, 2019

Krystal Floyd Staff Writer One of my fondest memories growing up was going to my first Jonas Brothers concert when I was 12 years old.  I vividly remember taking the long trip from Philadelphia to . . .

Quinn XCII sheds “Tough” exterior

February 28, 2019

                  Simren Shah Associate Features Editor                   On February 15, musician Mikael Temrowski, known by his stage name Quinn XCII, released his latest album, “From Michigan With Love.”  Appearing on the album is a song titled . . .

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