An Old Discovery

  Apparently, my friends and I are not the only people listening to Cher and wishing that we could “turn back time.” Over the past few months, there has been…

A Trip to Stars Hollow

Stars Hollow, Connecticut is not just a fictional town in the television show, Gilmore Girls; it happens to be just about 25 miles north of Marist College. The cozy town…

Album Review: Joanne by Lady Gaga

While she was wrapping up her Cheek to Cheek tour with Tony Bennett, taking home a Golden Globe for her role in American Horror Story: Hotel, flawlessly singing the national…

Artist Spotlight: Das Racist

Nowadays it is very common rappers find their way into prominence releasing mixtapes on sites such as Datpiff for free (and legal) download. Artists such as Action Bronson, Childish Gambino,…

SNL surfs waves of political satire

Throughout its soaring highs and dismal lows, NBC’s Saturday Night Live has been an encapsulation of American culture and politics since it’s start in 1975.  Returning for it’s 42nd season…

Midsummer: It was all but a dream

Marist College Club on Theatre Arts (MCCTA) produced William Shakespeare’s classic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream this past week, including shows at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as well…

Armstrong’s Bread and Butter

Whether it’s the heart-pumping thump of a Led Zeppelin track, the calming melody of the Beetles’ Blackbird, or body moving beat of the newest pop single that’s topping the charts,…

Album Review: Revolution Radio by Green Day

After a four year hiatus, Green Day has returned with a new album: Revolution Radio.  The album was released just last week, and the band has already begun a small…

Literary Arts Society: Harry Potter Night

It’s been nearly 20 years since the first of seven books was published, and the Literary Arts Society has proven that Harry Potter is still very relevant to students on…

A Cordial Review of Almost, Maine

MCCTA’s production of John Cariani’s Almost, Maine opened on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m in the Cabaret, persisting through three performances which ended on Saturday, Oct. 8. Directed by…