Arts

Alum composes for multimedia

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 10 years ago

For most gamers, a video game is about reaching a new high score or beating a personal record. Jamie Christopherson ’97 is also preoccupied with score—but for him, this means…

Paintings reflect Hudson Valley’s natural beauty

By ISABELLA DELEO – 10 years ago

Perhaps art is a vessel through which we transcend the corporeal stuff of the everyday, transporting us instead to a greater, more spiritual place. Art like Asher B. Durand’s “Kaaterskill…

Dark family drama offers little enjoyment

By MAX ROOK – 10 years ago

August: Osage County, at least as presented by the trailers that were shown in movie theaters over the last few months, looks to have all the trappings of an “Oscar-bait”…

‘Blue’ examines facets of lesbian sexuality

By JAKE SOLOMON – 10 years ago

“Blue is the Warmest Color” honestly depicts love and all its desperations. That said, the film is surrounded by controversy due to an abundance of misrepresented and dramatized lesbian intercourse.…

Tivey ’12 returns to origin of musical debut

By ESSIE ASAN – 10 years ago

Kristen Tivey ’12 once made her music debut playing at an open-mic night her freshman year in Cushing. Now, Tivey is an up-and-coming artist who is finding her way in…