A Rerun of Placation

By Rose Davis The United Nations met from Oct. 31 to Nov. 12 for the annual Climate Change meeting and I'm unsurprised it was lackluster. At one time I'd be disappointed, even infuriated, by a lack of mass action. However, at this…

Septic: a disrespectful farce

By Hannah Irvin  When I saw the flyer for “Septic: a devised theatre production,” my first reaction was confusion. Septic? How do you write a play about a sewer system?  I reserved tickets.  I saw…

Dune, an unadaptable novel

By: Jacob Gross   Director Denis Villeneuve attempts to adapt Frank Herbert’s novel “Dune” with a grand vision, capturing a political space opera with the same societal resonance as the novel. “Dune” has a vision that will satisfy long-time fans…

In the game of politics, the people lose

By: Harrison Neville  In the tense political climate that we are currently living in, there are some words that you know are guaranteed to generate a response. The list is long and the responses vary depending…