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Women’s Center Spreads Positivity with Post-It Notes

With the start of the semester comes the start of on-campus activities, and the Women’s Center felt the campus could use a little positivity to start it off right, which lead to another semester...

A Timely Musical: “The Greatest Showman”

With over $231 million at the box office, director Michael Gracey’s “The Greatest Showman” has captivated audience members since its release in early December. Starring Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, Rebecca Ferguson, and...

This Is: Poor Eliza

Jane Park is the creator behind the indie folk-rock musical project, Poor Eliza. While Park writes and sings all of the group’s songs, other musicians are frequently featured, adding different musical elements to the...

“Rhinoceros” and “Into the Woods” This Season’s FPA Shows

The MCLA FPA Theatre department will be returning to the stage this spring with “Rhinoceros,” directed by David Lane and “Into the Woods” directed by Jeremy Winchester.  “Rhinoceros” is a politically-charged drama by playwright Eugene Ionesco with an important...

My Black is Beautiful Event Celebrates Black History Month

Art has a powerful voice in the community, created and expressed by those passionate about their work and the inspiration behind it. My Black is Beautiful, an upcoming event sponsored by the Multicultural Education Resource...

This Is: Sylvan Esso

Sylvan Esso, a electronic duo from Durham, North Carolina, will be performing at MASS MoCA on March 31. The band consists of singer Amelia Meath and producer Nick Sanborn, both doing the instrumentals. Together, they...

“Fire At Sea” Sparks Discussion of Global Issues

The Global Film Series returned last Wednesday with the Italian documentary film “Fire At Sea.” The film follows this semester’s theme of highlighting issues in the world today. Professor Jenna Sciuto introduced the film and...

Campus Center Takeover Brings Community Together

The Campus Center Marketplace transformed late in the evening of Nov. 15 for the Campus Center Takeover, an annual event where MCLA clubs table in the Marketplace to create a fun-filled night for the campus...

Tartuffe To Showcase Political Change

MCLA’s FPA is putting on its next show, "Tartuffe," with its own spin off of the original, focusing on our current political climate. When asked what the show was about, Joslyn Eaddy, the public relations...

WJJW’s New Spotlight

When you hear "You’re listening to WJJW, 91.1 FM, North Adams," you know that it is our school's radio station, but if you don’t know the shows put on by it you really should....
Photo courtesy off Gallery 51's art show Facebook page

Gallery 51’s Affordable Art Show Draws Crowds

People crowded into Gallery 51 last Thursday for the annual 99 Cent Affordable Art Show featuring colorful and creative pieces by local and regional artists. All the artwork displayed in the gallery was priced between...

Aramark Stirring Up Some Change

Aramark and the dining services at MCLA putting on events is not something new or unheard of, but the school and company's reasoning behind them is something most of us might...

“The Iron Trials” shines, but not so bright

Popular young adult novelist Cassandra Clare, author of The Mortal Instruments series, and Holly Black, known for The Spiderwick Chronicles, team up for a new middle grade series, but that doesn’t mean it’s limited...

This Is: NF

Michigan rapper NF brings his upbringing and troubles forward in emotionally written lyrics and intriguing music videos. Raised by his father and losing his mother due to overdose, NF’s music career began in 2010 with...

SAC comedy stop fills the house

Sullivan Lounge had no empty seats during Comedy Stop, where SAC brought a comedian to perform in front of the student body. Although the events in the past have never seemed to gain much...