Movie Review: The House

The House is a cozy kind of creepy. Unlike conventional horror films, The House relies much less on cheap jump scares, rather giving you nightmares through pure psychological horror. This is no ordinary feat for a stop motion film.  Segmented into three parts,...

Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood Review

Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye, published in 1988, is a novel about the experience of Elaine Risley, who goes back to her hometown Toronto and confronts (or rather, is haunted by) memories of her family, her childhood bully Cordelia, and her life as an artist. I stumbled...

Winter Dance Project: A Room With Us in It

As audience members ascended the central stairway of the Student Health and Athletic Center (SHAC) Saturday, February 26, evening, warmly-lit fairy lights hovering over the balcony illuminated their presence, transforming the space into the opening stage for the...

Book Review: Rocket Boys

A few years ago, I stumbled upon Rocket Boys by Homer Hickam, Jr. while browsing a local bookstore. As someone who likes science and astrophysics, the title intrigued me and I was sold after reading the blurb on the back. Published in 1998, this book has been on the...

Masking While Playing a Wind Instrument

The current pandemic has had a tremendous impact on musicians, but none have been affected more than wind instrument players. In the fall, wind ensembles were able to practice outdoors where masking was not enforced. After musicians were forced indoors due to cold...