JULIA SERRA | OPNION EDITOR When I was seven years old, my parents bought me a purple plush journal at the Magic Kingdom gift shop. That night I curled up in bed with a pen and lovingly addressed the new little book with “dear dairy [sic]” in my very best second-grade chicken scratch. From there… Read More Write it Down
TAYLOR SCHMID | SPORTS CORRESPONDENT Some individuals have different traditions or superstitions that they do before every game or after every game whether it be what they wear of what they do. Different sports and different team have different traditions that they follow over the years and pass down to the younger players on the… Read More Football Traditions at SNC
CATE O’BRIEN | OPINION COLUMNIST It seems that every time I ask how someone is right now the answer is “stressed,” “exhausted,” or a sort of mumbled grunt. It’s a stressful time: students often have three tests a week, large papers and projects are nearing their deadlines and clubs and activities have picked up their… Read More Stressed Out
SAM SORENSON | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST One of the most frequent complaints hip-hop receives regards its lack of creativity in the mainstream, that whether in subject matter, sound or rapping ability, hip hop is getting stale. But I will highlight some of the most creative hip hop concept albums and prove that hip hop has never… Read More The Creativity of Hip Hop Concept Albums
HEIDI SWANSON | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST WARNING: Spoilers “are dark and full of terrors.” If you have not watched the latest season please do not read ahead. The news that actors began filming for the eighth season on Oct. 23 made me realize just how excited I am for the final season of “Game of Thrones.” Rumors… Read More “Game of Thrones” Theories: Who Guessed Right?
ALEX SCHADRIE | ENTERTAINMENT COLUMNIST Halloween (1978): Halloween is a time to dress up in costumes and go to different houses to receive candy, but for Michael Myers, Halloween is a time for murder. The film starts in 1963 on Halloween night when a young Michael Myers, dressed up in a clown outfit, kills his… Read More 5 Classic Slasher Films
INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY BENJAMIN K. PAPLHAM | ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Position: Continuing Part-time Instructor of Humanities Role in SNC Theatre Studies Production of “The Tempest”: Gonzalo It’s always awesome to see a faculty member outside of the Theatre Department be involved in a production. What made you want to audition? Four years ago I had a… Read More Faculty Spotlight: Steve Westergan | The Tempest