Cask & Pig: A great atmosphere for an occasional treat

By Staff Writer Samantha Wahl, If you’re going by the name, the Cask & Pig sounds like a simple, down-home place. Prepare for a bit of a surprise when you walk in. The dining room has a distinctly modern feel, with some country touches. A sleek wooden bar, flat-screen TVs, and sports memorabilia on the walls makes for a cool combination of southern charm and … Continue reading Cask & Pig: A great atmosphere for an occasional treat

Shaam-E-Masti: A fun-filled night of entertainment

By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. On Saturday April 13, 2019 the Pakistani Student Association and the Muslim Student Association hosted their Shaam E Masti event in Woodland Commons. First time hosting an event as such, with the fantastic help of the e-board making decorations from scratch, and finally it all coming together in a theme of purple and gold, which took about a month of … Continue reading Shaam-E-Masti: A fun-filled night of entertainment

An Aquarium…for FREE?

By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn. You’re probably reading this because the title caught your attention. Before you get your hopes up about indulging in an article about enjoying the wonders of marine life, and better yet, for no cost, let me inform you, that this article will not be pertaining that information. In fact, the information here isn’t about animals… at all. Please, don’t go … Continue reading An Aquarium…for FREE?

Nipsey Hussle’s death and the community’s response

By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. April’s 1st of this year began on a somber note upon news that rapper and community legend Nipsey Hussle had been shot to death the night before. What made this death particularly shocking was that Nipsey was shot right in front of his The Marathon clothing store in southern L.A., the same area the L.A. rapper vowed to transform into … Continue reading Nipsey Hussle’s death and the community’s response

New theatre company leadership starts on right foot

By Arts & Entertainment Editor Alex Kerravala. 20 Cent Fiction, one of the two on campus theatre companies, was one of the several clubs on campus to participate in Relay for life. With the 4 group members there all day and the several others who visited at some point throughout the day, the Theatre Company was able to raise $847 dollars for Relay for Life, … Continue reading New theatre company leadership starts on right foot

Wolfenstein: Youngblood endures sexism over new female leads

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. ID software and company are back with their newest installment to the World War II inspired video game series Wolfenstein. However, the politically-rooted video game’s release didn’t come without controversy. Following its announcement at the E3 gaming convention, many long time fans of the game took to Reddit forums and Youtube comment sections alike to express their discontent with the … Continue reading Wolfenstein: Youngblood endures sexism over new female leads

Titanic Rising: psychedelia meets sadcore

By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollit. American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Weyes Blood released her fourth full length album Titanic Rising this past week. This forty-two-minute album offers a dreamy, atmospheric experience that is a treat to the ears. Weyes Blood possesses a captivating and hauntingly beautiful voice. I was immediately drawn in by her vocals and was genuinely engrossed in the music. Her voice is reminiscent … Continue reading Titanic Rising: psychedelia meets sadcore