Category Archives: A+E

“Working” is well on its way

“Working”, the first TheaterCNU production of this semester, is what happens when interviews from average working class people are transformed into a script and that script is then turned into a musical. While perhaps not exactly ...

For the love of movies

“Flightplan” – junior Bobi White A mother goes on a plane with her child and they soon fall asleep. When the mother awakens, her daughter is gone and everyone tells her that her daughter was never there to begin with. White ...

Increasing Cultural awareness through dance

This weekend, the African Student Union will be hosting their first AfroDance Workshop. The event aims to bring cultural awareness to the university’s community through East and West African dances, as well as Haitian and Caribbea...

Sing your heart out, CNU

Though Valentine’s Day isn’t until next week, USounds is making sure everyone is still feeling the love with their Sing Your Heart Out Invitational this Saturday. It’s a competition with prizes, but the real emphasis of this invit...

Singing for the world

Just ahead of spring auditions, Take Note, one of the two all-female a cappella groups on campus, has an impressive feat to entice new members: their own album. “In a Nutshell,” a nod at the group’s squirrel inside jokes, was rele...

An un-fur-gettable evening

This Saturday night, Feb. 4, the Peninsula SPCA is rolling out the red carpet for their tenth annual Fur Ball gala event at the Marriott in City Center. For a ticket price of $135 per person, guests – and their pets! – can enjoy a...

Art that feeds the soul

In the corner of Port Warwick lies Starving Artist Studio, a small, unassuming shop. But stepping inside is quite like transporting into another world bright with colors, soaked in calm, a world built from a dream. Owner Marlene B...

Bring In the band

The enthusiastic force of the 140-member pep band is a tangible part of any home basketball game, making it clear these musical students aren’t afraid to be loud and proud. “The band is so energetic all of the time, and I do expec...

New Artist: Waterparks

Their EP “Cluster” kickstarted their rise to stardom, but their first full-length album “Double Dare”, released Nov. 4, will keep Texas-based trio Waterparks in the pop-rock game. From brutally honest lyrics to music polished enou...

Movie Review: Hidden Figures

If you’re looking for a feel-good biographical drama with a positive message, then this is the film for you. This film, directed by Theodore Melfi, is based off a nonfiction book with the same name. It focuses on the well-told and...