Books from our Childhood

“The Westing Game” by Ellen Raskin  This eccentric mystery novel for children brings a cast of diverse characters together to solve a murder while they each fight to inherit a fortune. The story twists and turns as…

“Trolls: World Tour” forces change in movie theater…

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many theaters have had to temporarily close their doors, causing many companies to find alternative methods for releasing their products. Movie studios have begun releasing their films straight to streaming websites, such…

Bad art is important

I hate how people don’t make art unless they’re good at it. Most people would say I make good art, and I’m generally the artistic friend in every group, something about my technicolor clothes, ever-present…

Review: Jordan Peele’s “Us”

As hinted in the trailer, Jordan Peele’s sophomore project and newest psychological horror, “Us,” details the story of Adelaide Wilson, a young woman who took a trip to visit her childhood home alongside her husband, son and daughter.   They expected to have a relaxing beachside vacation alongside their friends, but instead, when…

Streaming gets more crowded as Apple drops $1…

Apple’s behind, and they know it. In the world of Apple this is nothing new. They have often put usability and aesthetics above being on the cutting edge. They always tempered this with leap frogging their competitors, but there’s…

“The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” a show…

Christina Yancy portrays Judas' mother, Henrietta. Photo courtesy of University Marketing & Communications Judas Iscariot – one of the 12 disciples and eventual traitor of Christ was doomed to reside in hell for his crimes, according to common Christian…

UM’s music programs open to non-majors

Students of any major are welcome to join the University Chorus. Photo courtesy of University Marketing & Communications Some students may be under the impression that in order to become involved with certain college organizations it is necessary to have a…