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Chalk Mural to Bring Campus Community Together

By April 22, MCLA will have a brand new mural on campus, and it's all thanks to Kayla LaVoice and Kaitlin Short. “I fought really hard for this one,” Short said. “I feel like it’s...

Yorick brings timeless Shakespearian tales to life

Dismissal of a politician who ends up inciting a popular movement, redefining a national identity and a leader who surrounds himself with dangerous allies?  No, this is not a description of the Trump era,...

Sounds and Tones helps expand and grow the local music scene

Ask any musician about the difficulties involved in making it in the music industry, and chances are the term “record label” will make its way in to the conversation. Record labels exist to provide...

Entertainment Squared: A review of Pure Comedy

If I had to describe Josh Tillman in one word, it would be: “unavoidable.” The ubiquity of Tillman as Father John Misty is a relatively recent development in what many people don’t realize is...

Recycling is no fad at the 7th Annual RPS Recycling Fashion Show

It was the middle of the fashion show. The model, Senior Rebecca Patterson, stalked down the runway towards the judge’s table and reached out with a note. Diane Manning, one of the judges, took...

Women’s Center Hosts Open Mic For Feminism

The fires of feminism have grown even brighter over the course of the last few months. The rhetoric used by President Trump during his campaign trail has left many feeling as if the plight...

“Beauty and the Beast” ignites the ’90s nostalgia

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” the live action revival of the classic 1991 animation, took the box office by storm after its March 17 release, earning $462 million worldwide so far, according to Forbes....

“Young Frankenstein” was a marvelous hay ride

The Church Street Center Social Hall was packed Saturday night as students and family members anticipated Harlequin’s final performance of “Young Frankenstein.” The musical tells the story of how Victor Von Frankenstein’s grandson, Frederick,...

The Antlers frontman Peter Silberman performs intimate set at Church Street

Emel Mathlouthi, Anaïs Mitchell, Josh Nelson and now Peter Silberman—the list of artists with criminally under-attended performances at Church Street Center continues to grow. Silberman, the sole founder of The Antlers, a pillar of the...

Backup Spring Concert to be held this Friday

Student Activities Council (SAC) will not be hosting a Spring Concert this year, but that won't stop junior Kamron Anderson from putting one on anyway this Friday in Sullivan Lounge. "Last year a friend of mine,...

Logan: Breaking the Super Hero Mold

Sitting down to watch “Logan,” Hugh Jackman’s latest and presumably last take on the Wolverine character, I couldn’t help but to feel some level of skepticism. While I’ve always been a fan of the...

Ed Sheeran’s “Divide” Shows New Side and Influences of the Singer/Songwriter

British singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran recently released his third studio album, “Divide,” the highly anticipated comeback after a yearlong hiatus. Although the album is nowhere near as close to the sound of Sheeran’s debut 2011...
A crow looked at me review

Death Is Real: A review of “A Crow Looked At Me”

I never run out of things to hate about music journalism. Sometimes I wonder if the only acceptable form of an album review would just be an in-depth examination of the reviewers experience listening...
Pete Davidson will be SAC's spring comedian

Pete Davidson Will Headline SAC’s Spring Comedy Show

The Student Activity Council (SAC) annual spring event has been a standard of not only MCLA's spring term, but for most colleges for many years. It's a taxing time for students, with finals, graduation...

Fine and Performing Arts Department presents: RIOT

It’s no big secret that America loves to shop, but in recent years the drive to acquire material possessions has, at times, driven people to commit some pretty deplorable acts. Fights break out, crowds...