Culture

The joyous unity of “Mr. Brightside”

Many tracks have come and gone over the years as frat house staples — “Mo Bamba” is probably the latest…

Not Vanilla: At the crossroads of sass and serious

Reader, these past few weeks I have been watching some daytime TV. I cable access where I live. Instead, I’ve…

A film that will make you regret that steak

Sexism, racism, and ageism are familiar concepts to many at UR. But one group wants to talk more about another…

What Stan Lee really gave us

We can sling words about Grandpa Marvel all day ― visionary, salesman, genius, liar. But everyone agrees the artistic world…

“Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” is bizarre and empowering

On the last day of November, I attended “Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” I did no prior research on the…

ROC Players’ ‘Cabaret’ is dreadful, and it should be

The ROC Players’ production of “Cabaret,” was difficult, disturbing, and upsetting. And I wouldn’t have had it any other way.…

Professor speaks on the psychological toll of media

How does media affect humans in their day to day lives? A discussion on “The Psychologically Damaging Effects of Media”…

Not Vanilla: A comical approach to expanding worldview

As a high-school underclassmen on the speech and debate team, I met a lot of older student deeply interested in…

Yellowjackets are fun, energetic in fall show

On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Yellowjackets showcased their lively performances of love songs supported by vibrant theatre effects. The visual…

PASA celebrates African diversity through art

“Akaawaba,” the theme of Pan African Student Association’s (PASA)  Fall Showcase, means welcome in Twi, a Ghanaian dialect. The audience…
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