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ESTA Announces Spring Season

By Zach Taber, Asst. Arts & Entertainment With the spring semester beginning on campus, clubs and organizations have begun gearing up for what will be an eventful few months. One such organization, Emerging Student Theatre Artists (ESTA), recently announced their spring season: a jam-packed collection of shows featuring a large…

Emily in Paris

By Whitney Moran, Staff Writer Netflix dropped a new show, “Emily in Paris”, on Oct. 2, and it has gained popularity on social media platforms such as Tik Tock, Instagram and Twitter.. Lily Collins stars as American Emily who gets sent to France for work, and how she navigates Parisian…

What Podcasts are Students Listening to

By Mariah Musto, Staff Writer Podcasts are another platform for the spread of ideas and information and they are gaining popularity among college students at a rapid pace. A podcast is an episodic series of spoken word digital audio files that a user can download to a personal device for…

Album Review: Trippie Redd

By Alyssa Spagna, Staff Writer On Oct.30, Trippie Redd dropped his highly anticipated album, “Pegasus”.  The artist announced his album back in March, and fans have been impatiently waiting ever since.   “I’ve been waiting to hear this album for months.  I’m a huge fan of Trippie Redd, so I expected…

Ariana Grande Album Review

By Milan Flagler, Staff Writer Ariana Grande released her sixth studio album on Oct. 30.  The album told the story of Grande’s maturity through herself and experiences gained over the years of her musical career.  The album spoke to a different side of Grande, one that was introduced as a…

Students Start Handmade Businesses

By Alyssa Spagna, Staff Writer In these trying times of the pandemic, with the rise in unemployment, students are doing anything they can to earn a bit of extra money. The pandemic and lockdowns have led several creative students to start their own online businesses. Students are making many different…

Remembering Alex Trebek

By Samantha Uebel, Staff Writer Alex Trebek, famous tv show quiz host of “Jeopardy!” passed away at the age of 80.  Trebek passed away in his Los Angeles home on Nov. 8, surrounded by family after battling pancreatic cancer since March 2019. The one year survival rate for pancreatic cancer…

PTC presents Sondheim Cabaret

By Sophie Quinones, Staff Writer Beginning Dec. 2, Post Theatre Company (PTC) is set to stream “One More Thing Not To Think About.” This show will consist of songs from musicals written by the famous composer Stephen Sondheim. The show is being directed by Benita de Wit, a New York…