Lily Shaver reports on Cineclub’s 48-Hour Underground Film Festival, which featured student-made short films Friday, Oct. 6 through Sunday, Oct. 8.
Students Gabby Kupfer and Rachel Stadeli recap last week’s King’s Kaleidoscope concert.
A recap of last week’s Shawn McDonald concert held in the Psalm Center.
Students Sarina Girangaya and Angie Knight discuss the different writing style guides in a short, humorous personification piece.
A student shares some lessons gained from the 2015 Super Bowl commercials.
In his review of Exodus: Gods and Kings, student Sam Baggenstos discusses what someone familiar with the book can look forward to, or be prepared for, in the film.
Sarina Girangaya and Angie Knight tackle Taylor Swift’s newest album in this music review. “1989” was released at the end of October and has been bursting the charts ever since–take a look at what Girangaya and Knight think.
Nathan Messmer and Angie Knight provide insight into proper Facebook etiquette.
On Friday, students in Reading the World and Looking for God acted out a play they wrote. The play was about various Greek gods discussing their emotional and relational issues with a psychiatrist.
Junior Johnathan Partridge explains why video games should be treated and analyzed similarly to other art forms like film and literature.