Archives - Alex Holly

There’s always time for drag: Mrs. Kasha Davis and Aggy Dune visit campus

Growing up, Mrs. Kasha Davis and Aggy Dune didn’t expect to be drag queens. Femininity, and everything associated with it,…

Abby Sage’s “The Rot” digs deep into a new age of indie alt-pop

The Los Angeles-based artist has put out songs since 2021, giving her spin on alt-pop and adding emotional grit to the traditionally soft genre.

Declining Plan C: Livin’ La Vida Girl Math

When it comes to the excess of declining dollars each semester, the money just doesn’t feel real.

MAG celebrates Black History Month, highlights community resources

In the cold of the February winter, the Memorial Art Gallery opened its doors to its Black History Month Celebration…

Winterfest Weekend with Rachel Sennott and Ziwe: serving comedy and class

Good comedy is hard to find, and notoriously even harder to find at Winterfest Weekend. Yet Rachel Sennott, Ziwe, and…

Across the galaxy with RPO’s “The Planets”

The audience, in turn, leaves with awe, intrigue, and a heavier resonance with the distant planets that we find so familiar.

0.0/10: Was Pitchfork’s shift to a men’s magazine the best move?

As a journal, Pitchfork is the biggest fish in a slowly draining pond, and it is unclear what its decline will sink next.

Artist Rivka Simcha on her Hartnett Award-winning piece “Venus Decomposing”

Rivka Simcha's “Venus Decomposing,” which juxtaposes beauty and decay, won the "Hartnett Award” last month. She spoke with the CT about her art.

CT Wrapped: The top albums of 2023, according to our staff

Some of our staff has compiled their top albums of 2023 - so amidst finals season, we implore you to bump our tunes.

Around the ROC Players “Carousel:” Reframing theater to a new age and stage

As a performance charged in both its energy and musicality, ROC Players’ “Carousel” breaks down and resets expectations for student theater on campus.