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'Covers the campus like the magnolias'
"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

Four artists perform at a poetry reading in the Hanes Art Gallery on Sept. 14.

A pair of poetic evenings break political, artistic boundaries

Breanna Laws, Print Managing Editor September 20, 2023

Footsteps reverberate across the concrete floors in the Hanes Art Gallery. Whispered voices ascend the staircase, and people of all ages and backgrounds begin to take their seats. Beside me, someone’s...

Vampire is Olivia Rodrigos lead single for her album GUTS (Courtesy of IMDb).

Olivia Rodrigo spills her ‘Guts’ on her sophomore album

Carolyn Malman, Staff Writer September 20, 2023

On Sept. 8, Olivia Rodrigo dropped her highly anticipated sophomore album “Guts,” which was made, once again, in collaboration with her producer Dan Nigro. Two years following the release of her debut...

‘Glass Onion’ is the perfect rewatch movie

Ally Werstler, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

"Glass Onion,” Rian Johnson’s sequel to the critically acclaimed 2019 whodunnit film, “Knives Out,” takes viewers on another wild ride of twists and turns with the world-renowned — and hilarious...

Mitskis new album explores deeper concepts, like the price of fame.

Mitski’s “Laurel Hell” explores fame and relationships

Alexandra Karlinchak, Senior Writer February 10, 2022

 On Feb. 4, Mitski released “Laurel Hell”, her sixth — and potentially final — studio album. Her goal for the album was simple: to make meaningful music that served as an honest depiction of who...

Adam Coil writes that A24s The Tragedy of Macbeth was underwhelming.

“Macbeth” adaptation underwhelms viewers

Adam Coil, Life Editor January 20, 2022

A24 took a step back this past year with its latest release, "The Tragedy of Macbeth". A24, which has been a shining light in the film industry for its ability to produce movies that are off of the beaten...

Studio Ghibli movies enchant audiences.

Miyazaki produces fantastic anime

Olivia Fondie, Contributing Writer January 20, 2022

When you browse various streaming services in the hunt for your next viewing experience, what do you seek? Comfort? Laughter? Escape? Maybe even a thrill? If this is true for you, look no further than...

Feminism is  still alive, as demonstrated in womens marches around the world.

“Little Women” remains influential

Lauren Carpenter, Contributing Writer January 20, 2022

Louisa May Alcott’s "Little Women" is widely accepted as a revolutionary novel in the American canon and has been loved by many since its publication in 1868. Despite its age, "Little Women" continues...

Anderson triumphs in new film, The French Dispatch

Anderson triumphs in new film, “The French Dispatch”

Adam Coil, Assistant Life Editor November 11, 2021

When I walked into the theatre last Thursday night, I carried with me astronomical expectations. I mean, Timothée Chalamet, Saoirse Ronan, Willem Dafoe, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Francis...

Kalanithi navigates the philosophical dilemmas of the medical profession.

Exploring the intricacies of “When Breath Becomes Air”

Elisabeth Kuguru , Contributing Writer October 28, 2021

In the novel "When Breath Becomes Air", author and neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi weaves together a beautiful and touching story.  I would recommend "When Breath Becomes Air" to anyone looking for a...

Exploring the release of Mac Millers album, Faces

Exploring the release of Mac Miller’s album, “Faces”

Finnegan Siemion , Contributing Writer October 28, 2021

Seven years after the original independent release, Mac Miller’s 2014 mixtape, “Faces”, has officially been re-released on streaming services. Confronting issues of drug abuse, toxic relationships...

Hit show Succession returns to HBO

Hit show “Succession” returns to HBO

Conor Metzger, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

One of America’s top shows is back! “Succession” returned recently for its third season, and the quality of the show is even better after a nearly two-year-long hiatus. Critically acclaimed and...

Student reminisces on Fleet Foxes

Student reminisces on Fleet Foxes

Adam Coil, Contributing Writer September 9, 2021

As summer winds down, many changes take place. T-shirts give way to cozy sweaters, green leaves turn marigold and crimson, pumpkins become ubiquitous and summer pop hits are replaced by ... nostalgic classics?...

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