This Modern Love by Will Darbyshire
Whenever people ask me for book recommendations, I always introduce them to This Modern Love by Will Darbyshire. In order to completely get the greatness of this book across, I find it necessary to provide some background information. Will Darbyshire is an English blogger and social media presence who focuses his Continue Reading
Back to School: Austin College Prepares to Open Fully In-Person This Fall
As more and more people continue to get the Covid-19 vaccine, one of the top priorities is reopening schools. Austin College was lucky enough this school year to have hybrid learning, or a mix of in-person and online learning. However, starting next fall, the plan is to have all students Continue Reading
“Sweet Home”, a Monstrous Good Time
Following in the footsteps of other Korean breakout successes such as “Train to Busan” by director Yeon Sang-ho and “Parasite” by director Bong Joon-ho, Netflix’s “Sweet Home” television series is a delight for horror fans. Perhaps the most enticing part of “Sweet Home” is the isolated setting of the Green Continue Reading
Last Chance: ‘Industrial Debitage’ Refuse Reimagined
As the campus moves into a more secluded approach to quarantine, students may find themselves looking for a way to pass the time and follow social distancing protocols. One of the options for art-minded students is the exhibit currently in the Betsy Dennis Forster Art Studio Complex. The exhibit was Continue Reading
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A Moment with Margie Norman: Interview, April 2020
It is, as Margie Norman, says, “unprecedented times.” After all, spring was a time of possibilities, for many of us. We had expectations when we came into spring. Expectations about our classes, our education, our work – and what work we could secure in the summers. Of course, we aren’t Continue Reading
Catholic Student Association’s formal
On Saturday, May 27, the Catholic Student Association (CSA) held a formal. It was an opportunity for its members and their friends to have fun together around a delicious meal. For the occasion, people dressed super fancy, played games, danced and took a lot of photos together. My favorite part Continue Reading