Sunday, December 4, 2022

Arts & Entertainment

Uncovering the art of DRAG

Uncovering the art of DRAG

Drag shows are a subcultural phenomenon. But the term “drag queen” is a common term in pop culture.   Thanks to the success of recording artist and drag queen superstar, RuPaul Charles, more people are connected with the drag queen culture. Charles hit the charts with the song “Supermodel (You Better Work)” in 1992.  https://youtu.be/bkb8DU1ODqE Video by: Rafaela Martinez...

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DEVELOPING PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS

DEVELOPING PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS

Students in the studio art program take courses that introduce them to a variety of photo techniques and prepare them for future careers in photography and the arts.   While they often work with modern methods, like digital photography, some have started shooting with photography film and working on darkroom techniques as a new approach.   Isaac Brown, a sophomore...

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Seeing Southern with Stylish Specs

Seeing Southern with Stylish Specs

Robert Edmonsonjunior, musicPHOTOS | TYLER FISHER Zuzana Zivotskasophomore, biology Ashley Harrissophomore, psychology Trinitee Garveyfreshman, psychology Shannon Duttonsophomore, early childhood education Ryan Ortegafreshman, marketing China Lewissophomore, recreation and leisurePHOTOS | BROOKE KURYAN Patrick Kearneysenior, English Aracellys Cortessenior, healthcare studies Breyondra Felderfreshman, health sciencePHOTOS | TYLER FISHER Marissa Ludgisjunior, media and film studies Photo Spread by Tyler Fisher and Brooke...

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Streaming his tunes on Spotify

Streaming his tunes on Spotify

  Justin Esmer, a freshman sociology major, outside of Earl Hall PHOTO| TYLER FISHER Justin Esmer is sharing his music with the world. Esmer, a freshman sociology major, writes and produces songs and uploads them onto the music streaming platform, Spotify. He now has more than 500 monthly listeners.   Esmer began playing guitar when he was in elementary...

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Tattoos & Piercings

Tattoos & Piercings

Alyssa Masi, sophomore, environmental systems & sustainability major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Kaylee Olenoski, freshman, communication disorders major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Anna Marsh, senior, interdisciplinary studies major, PHOTO | Brooke Kuryan Ellen Stansfield, senior, special education major PHOTO | Brooke Kuryan Maria Bernabucci, junior, social work major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Mike Nowek, graduate student, PHOTO |...

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A flair for fashion

A flair for fashion

McKenzie McDermott, senior, special education, PHOTO | Alessandra Lupo Mishel Noboa, junior, interdisciplinary studies, PHOTO | Sarah Shelton Zoe Pringle, sophomore, psychology, PHOTO | Sarah Shelton Rain Iaccarino, sophomore, sociology, PHOTO | Alessandra Lupo Rafaela Martinez, junior, journalism, PHOTO | Sarah Shelton Kira Hartnett (left), senior, education major, Francesca Lupo, senior, early education major, PHOTO | Alessandra Lupo...

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Staying hydrated with trendy water bottles

Staying hydrated with trendy water bottles

Adrienne Dillon, sophomore, communication major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Jake Rivera, sophomore, nursing major, PHOTO | Jason Edwards Joey Forster, freshman, psychology major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Alyssa Masi, sophomore, environmental systems & sustainability major, PHOTO | Kaitlyn Gerckens Selena Pacheco, junior, education major, PHOTO | Jason Edwards Amanda Depalma, senior, special education major, PHOTO | Brooke Kuryan...

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Learning to Love Yourself

Learning to Love Yourself

Self-love is the best kind of love. That’s the mantra of F.A.C.E. F.A.C.E., fashion, artistic, creativity and elegance, is a club that encourages confidence and feeling one’s best through photo shoots, runway walks and powerful dance choreography. Aaron Gray, a senior healthcare studies major, is the current president of F.A.C.E. Gray joined F.A.C.E. during his freshman year. Almost...

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Creativity Leads to Careers

From the Classroom to the Comics

The Hulk has smashed his way from comic book art to the big and small screens multiple times. Daredevil has blindly saved the lives of many, and now actor Keanu Reeves is half-mortal, half-God in his new comic, BRZRKR. Often what people do not see, are the artists behind the comics. Ron Garney, comic book illustrator for Marvel,...

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