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Grace and Frankie: Divorce, Drugs, and Dildos

Normally, the thought of older ladies selling dildos would really turn people off, but co-creator Marta Kauffman finds a way to make this topic funny and appealing. The Netflix original comedy series, Grace and Frankie, has gotten a lot of unpredictable attention from a wide

Lemon Glow

One of my favorite things about Beach House is their album covers. I promise this isn’t a burn; from soft golden tones to graphic patterns, the cover says a lot about the content for this Baltimore band. The art for Lemon Glow, a single released

Little Dark Age: MGMT’s Creepy Comeback

You might remember MGMT for their catchy 2008 hits such as “Electric Feel” and “Kids,” but band members Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser have released much more eccentric music since then. Their experimental 2013 self-titled was not received well by most; the blend of psychedelia

Ebony Stewart

On Friday February 16, Ebony Stewart came to Beloit’s campus. Stewart is a touring slam poet and sex educator advocate from the central Texas area. When she walked on stage, she introduced herself to the audience saying, “I’m Ebony Stewart aka The Gully Princess aka

East of I-90, a photo exhibit

This past summer, instead of flying as she normally does, Hannah Yee’19 drove to Beloit from California. Rather than taking the most direct route from home to school, Yee and Jacob Systema’18 took a more scenic route, stopping along the way at a variety of

“In the Moment” improvisational dance performance

          This weekend I had the chance to head to Chicago and see In the Moment, a show featuring 14 improvised performance pieces, including one by Beloit’s own Aliza Tresser’17. The show was put on by J. Lindsay Brown, a Chicago-based

A sonic peak into the world of Marvel’s Black Panther

Over the lifetime of Hip-Hop, artists like 50 Cent, Eminem and 2Pac have released quality soundtracks for Hollywood films. Whole labels have also called upon their artistry to create movie soundtracks as Def Jam did with Belly. However, none of those works have been for

WI Baroque Ensemble plays Eaton Chapel

To a non-classically trained musician or historian, the Baroque Era may be somewhat of an enigma. Following the Renaissance, this period of diverse artistic expression in Europe began in the 17th century and continued into the 18th century. Operas, sonatas (compositions written for one or

2018 Chelonia dance concert recap

Chelonia Dance Concert took the stage from Thursday, February 8 through Sunday, February 11, and was a fantastic display of the artistic and athletic abilities of many students. There were twelve dances that ranged from two to ten minutes. Students choreographed and directed six dances