KC’s Book Korner

KC Longley, Features Editor

December 6, 2016

Filed under Column, Featured A&E, Features, Opinion

In a society where the issue of sexual assault occurring on college campuses is all too common, there is a demographic of authors who attempt to tackle the tricky topic, including Maria Padian, the author of the young adult ...

Pharos: More Than a Album

Will Gorka, Staff Writer

September 15, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Featured A&E, Features, Music

It all started on June 17 when Childish Gambino, or Donald Glover depending on what you know him from, tweeted out a link to an app; pharos.earth. Once the app was downloaded it lead to a countdown. Gambino had not tweeted...

Collaborative art show displayed at Mesa College

Lora Neshovska, Editor-In-Chief

May 19, 2016

Filed under Art, Featured A&E, Features

With the end of the academic year quickly approaching, some are studying for finals, while others add finish touches to class projects. Such was the case for the Art and Fashion Departments students on the opening day of the stude...

Mesa artists and designers collaborate to deliver Student Art Exhibition

May 9, 2016

Filed under Art, Featured A&E, Features

With the end of the academic year quickly approaching, some are studying for finals, while others add finish touches to class projects. Such was the case for the Art and Fashion Departments students on the opening day of the stude...

A Tale of Two Plays

M.A. Damron, Photo Editor

March 13, 2013

Filed under Entertainment, Featured A&E, Features, Top Stories

Being a man of high culture, I jumped at the opportunity to attend two college theater productions over the last two weekends. I would be understating the fact by saying that they were both very different on a lot of levels. San...

Art questions morals on campus

Nicole D. Zuelke, Staff Writer

December 13, 2012

Filed under Featured A&E, Features

Committing one of the seven deadly sins according to the Catholic Church will destroy one’s grace and charity. What will these seven accomplished artists from around the globe divulge for you in the "Seven Deadly Sins" exhibition?...

‘Psychosis’ haunts audiences with topic of suicide and depression

Nicole D. Zuelke, Staff Writer

December 13, 2012

Filed under Featured A&E, Features

“4.48 Psychosis” is a subjective theater presentation of depression and the haunting inner dialogue of a severely disturbed woman as she battles feelings of suicide, isolation, dependency, relationships and love. The patient,...

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