Category Archives: A+E

A Profile on John Poveromo

A comic, a cartoonist, a writer, a meme-maker, and now an official knight via Dairy Queen’s twitter, Sir John Poveromo has been working professionally for eleven years, and working unprofessionally his whole life. Even from elemen...

Summer TV Roundup

Summer break has only just begun, meaning plenty of time to catch up on shows missed throughout the school year. And for freshman readers, it means a chance to create a painless and universal icebreaker. Sparking plenty of talking...

A theater enthusiast’s journey

Bonnie Newton, a fourth-year theater major and classical studies minor, has filled her college days with numerous theatrical productions and endeavors.  From performing to writing to directing, she has had a hand in several o...

A peek into African Culture

Last Monday, the Studio Theatre was transformed into a platform for cultural education during the Symposium on African and Caribbean Diaspora: Culture and Performance.  The symposium had a wide variety of events from lectures...

Analysis of recent horror films

The horror movie blockbusters that Hollywood regurgitates these days are terrible.  They look cheap, and not cheap in the sense that there was a low budget. Cheap in the sense that the filmmakers did not care about their own ...

The success of “Working”

TheaterCNU’s “Working” was an ambitious undertaking and they succeeded in stretching their repertoire in several key ways. The musical distinguishes itself from others by lacking a central plot; it’s based off of Stud Terkel’s 197...