Arts & Entertainment

Grabowski Lectures on VR in the Classroom

October 12, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Timothy Hamling, Staff Writer Ever since personal computers became an affordable consumer product in the late 20th century, technology has continued to evolve and find ways to integrate with education. Computer labs turned into personal laptops [...]

The Play That Goes Wrong

October 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

Theater and the City is a column of student-written reviews in the ENGL 400 class taught by Deirdre O’Leary Cunningham. This week’s entry is by  Caridad Price. In a world that seems to be crumbling with every step we take, the Olivier-winning [...]

Gourmet Dining Offers Cooking Class

October 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Christopher Nuzzo, Contributor If you are a student living on campus, you may have strolled past the home kitchen in Locke’s Loft a few times on the way to get your morning coffee. But how many students could actually pick up a pot or pan, and [...]

Meet the New Scatterbombers

October 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Scatterbomb show on Sept. 29, entitled “Nothing to See Here,” welcomed two new members to the improvisational comedy troupe on campus. It was a show full of milk jug chugging, honey nut cheerio eating and white t-shirts. Two other new [...]