Day: November 6, 2013

Attacks on religion and faith ignore benefit on society

By LUKA LADAN – 9 years ago

Critics of organized Christian religion—for our purposes, let’s call it a belief in a Christian God that is characterized by routine communal worship—often revert to the same repetitive arguments and…

Bouchard discovers universality in music and writing

By MARGARET YAP – 9 years ago

By almost all standards, Jean-Luc Bouchard ’14 is a modern-day Renaissance man. An English major with Asian studies and music correlates, he plays the piano and melodica, composes his own…

Condom Couture generates awareness of HIV/AIDS

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 9 years ago

“Carrying around a bag of 200 condoms gets people asking questions,” said Shivani Dave ’17, one of the organizers of this year’s Condom Couture Fashion and Jazz Show. Getting people…

FWA’s Violet takes cast on internal, external journeys

By CHARLICIA DENT – 9 years ago

Future Waitstaff of America’s Violet, an exciting musical charged with rock and roll, soul and back-country twang with original songs by Jeanine Tesori, musical composer of Shrek the Musical, opens…

Payne rethinks classic American road movie

By HARRIS GURNY – 9 years ago

There’s something distinctly American about the road movie; the open spaces and plain vistas evoke a sense of freedom and mobility. The constant hunt for a destination, inherent to the…

Binge watching a result of media milieu

By TAYLOR THEWES – 9 years ago

I am going to preface this piece of writing with not a spoiler warning but an assertion marred by bluntness. The television shows Lost and Breaking Bad are going to…

Gone Girl a thrilling, unpredictable ride

By JACK OWEN – 9 years ago

With Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn has established herself as the master of creepy. Her first two novels, Sharp Objects and Dark Places, both thrillers, were met with high critical acclaim.…