The Sixteenth Arts Worcester Biennial Exhibit

The Sixteenth Arts Worcester Biennial Exhibit

By Melissa Dognazzi     To be a city of culture is one thing, but to embody local artistry and talent is far more enriching. In Worcester, local artists flourish like Van Gogh’s “Poppies in the Spring.” ArtsWorcester, one of the most notable galleries in the area, strives to promote these contemporary artists on their journey to recognition. Dr. Catherine […]

Going Overboard; Don’t Let Your Stress Go Too Far

Going Overboard; Don’t Let Your Stress Go Too Far

By Jennifer Johnson and Alex Macdougall   College can be stressful, and even more-so during exam periods. Lack of sleep and not managing your time well, mixed with the anxiety of trying to balance everything can push certain students over the edge. They often find themselves swamped with work and experiencing stress and anxiety. The American College Health Association states […]

Photo by Kate Tattan: Student leaving the Sullivan building after bomb threat

New Information on Second Bomb Threat of Semester

By Jennifer Johnson   On Thursday, April 23 at approximately 8:04 a.m. Kim Albro, the Psychology department secretary, started a normal Thursday by entering the departmental office with a professor. The professor found an envelope on the floor and handed it to Albro, who opened it to find a threat to the school if classes were not cancelled for the […]

Popcorn & Spoilers : American Beauty

Popcorn & Spoilers : American Beauty

This week Popcorn & Spoilers covers American Beauty. Directed by Sam Mendes and written by Alan Ball. It stars Kevin Spacey, Annette Benning, Thora Birch, Wes Bentley, Mena Suvari, and Chris Cooper. A movie about a midlife crisis and finding beauty behind things.

Effects from the Nepal Earthquake Shake Worcester

Effects from the Nepal Earthquake Shake Worcester

By Jennifer Johnson Worcester, MA— Although almost 7,000 miles away, Worcester, Massachusetts and its Nepalese community have been greatly affected by the devastating earthquake that hit central Nepal this past Saturday. The earthquake, rated a 7.8 on the Richter scale, struck Nepal in between the capital Kathmandu and the neighboring city of Pokhara on April 25, killing more than 6,000 […]

The Wizard of Always Sunny

The Wizard of Always Sunny

By Brock Bowen When life hands you lemons, you follow that yellow brick road until you arrive at Emerald City. In It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, the road feels like it’s always sunny —it’s light, it’s playful, and they can tackle dark and moral topics as if it were nothing. The best way to explain it would be to compare […]