By Erika Lopez Punk. Today, many people associate this word with dark colors, ripped clothing, and loud music. However, this subculture is much more than that. It is a lifestyle, which arose in the mid-1970s in Australia, Great Britain, and the U.S. in response to decreased individual freedom during wartime.
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, House
By Hazel Millard As explained in the review of the Friday/Monday cast of Kiss Me, Kate, this year’s spring musical’s leads were double casted, so it only seemed appropriate to publish reviews of both. I had the pleasure of attending the show’s final performance on Tuesday, April 16th. I have
By Erika Lopez Tech is known for impressive and entertaining spring musicals and this year’s musical, Kiss Me, Kate, was no exception. After two months of rehearsal, Kiss Me, Kate debuted on April 11th, 2013, featuring a talented and experienced cast. However, the lead roles were double casted, meaning one
By Erjona Peci “Django Unchained” chronicles a slave’s life in the American South. The film focuses on how Django goes against all social norms to become a merciless bounty hunter. If you can stand to watch a realistic, yet somehow humorous adaptation of slavery, and all the blood and gore
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 by
By Ahmed Abdelqader, Jason Nadboy, & Carolyne Ricardo It’s too hard, it’s pointless, it’s irrelevant, and it’s useless. But try saying those things to any of the visitors you might have found roaming and interacting with the exhibits at MoMath – the first Museum of Mathematics in North America, which