Category Archives: A+E

The Music Between the Pages

Jennifer Egan’s novel utilizes music to forward its plot. Jennifer Egan’s “A Visit From the Goon Squad” is, at its heart, a simple narrative of a group of people making their way across the urban landscape of Rock n’ Roll, both as...

12 people, 2 hours, 1 verdict

Passion is heard in silence of TheatreCNU’s performance of “12 Angry Jurors” An intense exploration into justice in the United States, TheatreCNU perform an adaptation of the classic play “12 Angry Men”, by Reginald Rose. With all...

Not Bojacking Around

The new season of ‘Bojack Horseman’ offers much needed character development for its star. To begin— drop whatever you are doing and binge “Bojack Horseman” immediately. This Netflix original animated comedy follows a depressed an...

Judicial Tale Goes Female

With a mixed cast and a fresh perspective, ‘12 Angry Jurors’ is the newest production directed by Gregg Llyod. With only a couple weeks into the school year, TheatreCNU is ready to debut their newest addition to their long list of...

Growing Because Of Our Differences

Visiting author Rich Michelson, shares his views on diversity, art and literature with Christopher Newport University’s students. Richard Michelson is a man of many passions: he is a full-time poet, award-winning children’s author...

A Mother of an Ending

Writer Christopher Gabro reviews Aronofsky’s divisive new film. Writer and director Darren Aronofsky shocks audiences with his new fever dream of a film “mother!”. Following a deranged home-invasion the film presents an allegorica...

Art That Moves With You

Tattoo designs crawl on the walls of the Ferguson Hall Gallery, giving a new meaning to medium Crawling on the page, the designs on display in the Ferguson Hall Gallery showcase the many years of hard work tattoo artists have spen...