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Haunting of Hill House is brilliant and terrifying

There is nothing quite like staying up until 2:00 a.m., screaming along with roommates to Netflix’s newest original horror show: The Haunting of Hill House. I have rewatched the show twice in a single week–a testament to just how enthralling it is. The Haunting of

An interview with Folk and Blues performer Melody Angel

On Saturday, Sept. 15, I had the pleasure of interviewing Chicago-based blues and rock artist, Melody Angel, right before her fantastic Folk and Blues performance. Here’s what she had to say about life, music, politics, and the stickers that cover her purple Stratocaster. NK: So

Senior Shows dance performances return to close year

On April 20 and 21, the annual Senior Shows Dance Performance took place in Dance Studio 1 at the Hendricks Center for the Arts. Each year, the graduating senior dancers put together this show, showcasing their talents, as well as those of the next generation

Confused and let down by J. Cole’s new album: KOD

When J. Cole announced two weeks ago that he was releasing his fifth studio album  titled KOD on 4/20, many of his fans were initially confused. Back in 2011, Cole had publicly quit smoking, telling Pound Magazines Cass Juradinho that he was, “never a really

Voces and SAGA partner to bring drag show to campus

On Saturday night Beloit campus was treated to the 14th annual Drag Show, hosted by Vocesalong with Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA). This event has constantly been a highlight for the clubs involved as well as the campus at large and this year was no different.

Buoyant: a dance performance

Buoyant is a dance performance that cuts, makes noise, scuttles, reaches and dips through space. A compilation of works from her junior and senior year, Charlie Vail has put together a performance that discusses living and working through compilations and just messing around. The show