Arts & Entertainment

REVIEW: Undignified’s performance entertains despite weak intermission

By Matt Whitney

Undignified, the student-led dance group on campus, debuted its second performance since its launch last Spring semester, featuring themes ranging from hip-hop to ballet. Despite the variety of well-executed routines, Matt Whitney explains why certain production choices should have been left out.

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Seymour lives out life-calling through animation

By Christian Herrera

Since she was four-years-old, Katy Seymour held to artistic aspirations. Today, she is nationally recognized for her art.

REVIEW: ‘Big Hero 6′ advocates interracial friendships

By Christian Herrera

Disney Animated Studios' latest film breaks away from normative portrayals of friendships with the interracial and titular group of interracial friends. Christian Herrera explains how the studio advocates diversity without stereotyping the characters.

REVIEW: ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ exhibits amazing talent, complete with artificial rain

By Jaime Hillegonds

"Singin' in the Rain" captures the essence of the original film of the same name all while provoking cheers and laughter from the audience. Jaime Hillegonds explains how the musical's stellar performances, design and costume makes for a great time.