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Rihanna’s triumphant return

By Robert Metzger, Staff Writer When he passed away in August 2020, the death of actor Chadwick Boseman was felt throughout the world. He was most known for his role as the “Black Panther” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He suddenly died of cancer in 2020 and fans were heartbroken,…

DIY Halloween Costumes

By Gabriella Cavaleri, Staff Writer Halloween is quickly approaching, and many students are letting their creative sides show and constructing their own costumes. A little cardboard and paint can go a long way, and DIY costumes also prove to be a cost effective option. Junior digital art and design major…

Meet me at Midnight

By Robert Metzger, Staff Writer It is rare that an artist on the mainstage is able to reinvent themselves and continue to promote new album releases as though it is their debut album. However, this is the case with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. Swift’s tenth studio album titled Midnights, released on…

“Don’t Worry Darling” released

By Nicole Sanchez, Staff Writer “Don’t Worry Darling,” the new psychological thriller directed by Olivia Wilde was released on Sept. 23, 2022.  Florence Pugh plays the role of Alice and Harry Styles who is the supporting actor plays Jack. They play the perfect couple in the fictional town named Victory…

Controversy surrounding the Big Brother finale

By Robert Metzger, Staff Writer In recent times, there has been a large cultural shift towards promoting cultural diversity. An inclusive culture means celebrating cultural differences amongst people. Reality TV in particular has been a huge influence in the promotion of inclusivity. The show “Big Brother” on CBS is a…

The complexities of Nathan Fielder’s “The Rehearsal”

By Kevin Lake, Staff Writer Nathan Fielder is a Canadian born comedian and performance artist. He’s been making a name for himself with surreal and anti humor based comedy since 2006. However, it was his Comedy Central series “Nathan for You,” which ran from 2013 to 2017, that put him…

Phantom of the Opera closes after 35 years on Broadway

By Kevin Lake, Staff Writer On Sept. 16, it was announced that the Broadway play, “Phantom of the Opera” will be closing on Feb. 18 shortly after its 35th anniversary, making it the longest running show in Broadway history.  Andrew Lloyd Weber’s iconic adaptation based on the 1909 French novel…

Lea Michele stars in Funny Girl

By Nicole Sanchez, Staff Writer The Broadway production of “Funny Girl” first opened its doors at the Winter Garden Theater on March 26, 1964. The musical, starring Barbra Steisand as Fanny Brice, played 1,348 shows until it closed on July 1, 1967.  Years later, a revival of the show starring…