Arts

Thor sequel a fun, convoluted adventure

By MAX ROOK – 8 years ago

When the first X-Men movie came out 13 years ago, marking the beginning of the modern era of superhero movies, no one was quite prepared for how that one genre…

About Time’s appeal lies in its subtlety

By LILY SLOSS – 8 years ago

“For me, it was always going to be about love.” So spouts the protagonist of About Time, the romantic comedy illustrating a young man’s inherited ability to travel through time.…

Weild restores 1700s court society

By JACK OWEN – 8 years ago

Corsets, swords, musicality and betrayal will transform the Martel Theater into a decadent Elizabethan stage for the Drama Department’s fall production, The Way of the World. The show will premiere…

Athj carries poetic passion with him to VC

By MARTHA LINO – 8 years ago

Cheikh Athj ’16 finds it important to constantly have a piece of his culture with him. Through his many interests, from poetry, music, the African Diaspora to modern dance, Athj…

Greek tragedy humanizes warfare

By VICTORIA YOUNGBLOOD AND CHRIS GONZALEZ – 8 years ago

One Sunday, Nov. 3, the Chapel breathed with the life of ancient Greek theatre. “Theater of War,” a group dedicated to drawing attention to issues surrounding soldiers returning from war…