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Tame Impala, Salt-N-Pepa: Summer Concerts Guide

As summer approaches, and your level of stress finally begins to decrease, the number of music festivals and concerts start to increase. I love to go to concerts. Whether it’s seeing bands that I know and [...]

Samba, Seniors and the Symphonic Wind Ensemble: A Concert Review

As the brass players and percussionists left the audience to an empty stage and the echoes of their “Fanfare for the Common Man” rang out through Goodrich Chapel, I was unsure of what lay ahead of [...]

Review: The White Snake

The White Snake, a play originally written and directed by Mary Zimmerman, is an hour and 40 minutes of entertainment that focuses on accepting differences in relationships. Based on a traditional Chinese fable, it follows the [...]

Movie Review: Batman v Superman

Guest Post by Abigail Radwick Warning: spoilers! Ah, yet another Box-Office targeted movie! As the sequel to Warner Bros’ Man of Steel (2013), Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice opens with another Batman origin story, something [...]

Artist in Residence: Marie Bukowski

Print artist Marie Bukowski gave a lecture on Feb. 22 about her art installation that has been housed in Albion’s own Elsie Munro Gallery since Jan. 23. Never before have I met someone who is so [...]

Review: The Vagina Monologues

Since its creation in 1996, The Vagina Monologues has been performed in more than 130 countries and over 50 languages. It is regarded as a controversial and inappropriate series of honest, hilarious and serious monologues, and was [...]

Michigan-Born Band to Take the Bohm Theater

It’s not every day that a new and upcoming band ventures to little, old Albion to feature their music. However, on Wednesday, Feb. 3, Albion is in for a treat. Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers, [...]

Charlie and Friends are Back At It Again: Peanuts Movie Review

Warning: This review contains spoilers.  On Feb. 13, 2000, the Peanuts gang officially stopped airing on television after running for almost 50 years. However, there were reruns, especially during the holidays with the classic Charlie Brown [...]

The Red Velvet Cake War: Review

On the weekend of Halloween, the Department of Theatre introduced The Red Velvet Cake War. Consisting of comedy and drama, this play kept the audience’s’ attention riveted as each comedic act was met by laughter. The [...]

Musical Performance Paints a Thousand Words in Goodrich Chapel

Last Sunday, Tess Miller performed a faculty recital on flute and piccolo entitled “Word Play: Music Inspired by Words, Words Inspired by Music.” The program featured music selections that were inspired by quotes, poems and stories. [...]