The Moon Festival, also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival or the Moon Cake Festival, is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. This year it was held on September 19th. Just like Chinese New Year, the Moon Festival isn’t a one day event. It involves several festivitiesRead More →

By Kieran Hurley and Patrick Janeczko Jazz, the Blues, Rock and Roll, Hip-hop. These music genres were once intertwined with images of rebellion and nonconformity. Their popularity caused them to affect cultural attitudes and social norms. Icons like Elvis and the Beatles were products of music crazes. Today’s music craze, HouseRead More →

By Shelley Foo It begins with one lone person dancing in the park. The music starts off slow but quickly picks up. Then comes the familiar “And do the Harlem Shake!” At the sound of the bass drop, a crowd of students clad in eccentric costumes dance wildly in theRead More →

By Erika Lopez Bubble tea: it’s sweet, refreshing, and can be found just a few blocks away from Tech. The Celebritea Café, located on DeKalb Avenue, offers many flavors of bubble tea, as well as coffee, pastries, and other snacks. Less than two years ago, the café was opened byRead More →

By Erika Lopez Les Miserables, the 2012 film version of the famous musical, might sound exotic to some students. However, despite its somewhat difficult-to-pronounce name, Les Miserables tells a story of the power of compassion and patriotism, which all students can understand. Les Miserables was originally a novel written byRead More →