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Midnight Madness: then and now

One of MCLA’s most popular events of the fall semester has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean it's forgotten. What goes into an event like Midnight Madness? Celia Norcross, assistant dean of student development...

WJJW: Turning Up The Sound

WJJW, the College's radio station, will present The Sound, an event bringing together five musical acts from MCLA and the surrounding area. The concert will feature performances by the MCLA Jazz Band with Trevor Wheelock,...

This Is: LANY

Los Angeles band LANY has many different sounds; it’s kind of hard to pinpoint them to a specific genre. Their use of synths and edgy guitar riffs is what makes them stand out. Their debut, a...

This Is: Barns Courtney

Barns Courtney isn’t a name that many people have heard of but soon will. Born in England, Courtney has been in the music business since 2015 and recently released his first album, "The Attractions of...

Yorick’s fall performance undergoes last minute change

MCLA’s Shakespeare club, Yorick, is putting on “The Taming of the Shrew” by William Shakespeare but with a tantalizing twist. Instead of a comedy, the original genre, Yorick is performing the play as a...

Visual Art Event Showcases Creativity

The Arts Management Club hosted a visual art exhibition last Tuesday, featuring the works of many artists using various forms of media. Everything from paintings and photography to mixed media with ceramics and found objects...

This is: PVRIS

PVRIS was not always a three piece punch of electronic alt-rock that moved its way up in charts and people's hearts; it started off like most bands do - under a name that was...

“Flicker” lights a flame in Horan

Making his way through the world, former One Direction member Niall Horan released his highly anticipated debut solo album “Flicker” on Oct. 20. Horan, who was never really the center of attention during his One...

Boo Bash not playing tricks

The 23rd Annual Boo Bash, a Halloween party for neighborhood and community children put on by MCLA, took place last Wednesday in the Church Street Center Social Hall this year instead of one of...

Scared SACless, attendance best ever

A friendly vibe is what you get when entering any meeting or event the Student Activities Council (SAC) hosts on campus. With their annual Freak Week taking place this week, SAC has been nonstop...

This Is: Luke Tobin

Local musician and MCLA junior Luke Tobin has always had music in his heart. His inspiration came at a young age, surrounded by family with the same love of music. “A few of my uncles...

Bryanna Bradley: A Performer’s Life After Graduation

MCLA alumna Bryanna Bradley is one of this semester’s Artists-in-Residence, and took on the role of Mother and position of choreographer for FPA’s production of "Passing Strange." She also worked alongside other Artist-in-Residence, Rodney Creech,...

Houghton Mansion terror comes to an end

There won't be any more ghost tours at the Houghton Mansion, located at 172 Church St., this Halloween. The 19th century home of former North Adams Mayor Albert Charles Houghton has been sold. Formerly owned...

This Is: LP

Laura Pergolizzi, more commonly known by her stage name LP, isn’t a household name - but that may change in the future. The alternative singer-songwriter hit the charts in eight countries with her single...

Fashion Club Reaches Out With Activities, Shows

With all the organizations and events on campus, it can sometimes be difficult to get your club’s voice heard. That is the goal of Fashion Club, a group on campus determined to spread the word...