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Kiara Davis: 22, Awakening of Self

If you haven’t been to the Gallery ABBA yet, here’s your sign to go now. This past week was the start of Kiara Davis’s ‘21, exhibit named “22, Awakening of Self”. This was a collection of twenty-two dynamic paintings based on Davis’s past with the

Student-Directed One-Acts 2021

The Student-Directed One-Acts premiered the weekend of March 18 and lasted until March 27. If you missed it you could still find it on youtube. Three seniors debut their adapted plays on Youtube premiere for this year’s event. Not being able to use the Kresge

What is Iceage Doing?

Danish post-punk four-piece Iceage are set to release their fifth album, Sheek Shelter, this spring due May 7 on Brooklyn-based indie label Mexican Summer. Over the last couple of months, they’ve put out three singles from the album: “The Holding Hand,” “Vendetta,” and “Shelter Song.”

“Cherry” Review

Now, there is no denying that Tom Holland is coming, if not already, the biggest actor on the big screen. Starring in the MCU’s Spider-Man movies, The Devil All The Time, Onward, and other great movies, he’s no doubt going to be around for a

Music’s Biggest Night

On Sunday, the 14 of March, the Recording Academy aired their 63rd Grammy Award Show. For those of you who live under a rock, the Grammys are a night to celebrate all genres of music in several different ways. The celebration was small this year,

Anti-Racism and the Arts: Presentation From Toni Blackman

On Wednesday, March 17, the Beloit College Arts channel hosted the zoom event Anti-Racism and the Arts. The program was created to address racism across the country and in the arts. In doing this the art department could demonstrate to Beloit College fellow artists how

“Minari” Review

The A24 film Minari came out this past year during one of the most difficult times for releasing films. Nevertheless, the film transcends from the screen and touches our hearts as a cherished family film during a rough time we find ourselves and our family

Firefly Lane is a Warm Tale of Love and Friendship

*Content Warning: Mild Discussion of Sexual Assault I’ll be the first to admit, I almost didn’t watch Netflix’s newest drama Firefly Lane, starring Katherine Heigl (Tallulah “Tully” Hart) and Sarah Chalke (Kate Mularkey). At first glance it seemed just a little too wine momish, but