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Visiting Radio City from your TV

Netflix’s recording of the final concert on Ben Platt’s debut tour at New York’s Radio City Music Hall is a perfect amalgamation of the joy of theater and melodic pop music.  Throughout the concert, Platt sprinkled in light dialogue to reveal the various backstories behind…

One-on-One Online or In-Person

Online  BY JOSSIE WARD This spring, Bradley students had the opportunity to experience online schooling for all that it is. Like any form of education, it had its ups and downs.  Some of the highlights of online schooling include increased open note assignments and a…

Four replacements for Confederate statues

In the current political climate, it’s no surprise that we are once again hearing calls for the removal of Confederate monuments. Recently, many of these monuments have been beheaded, covered in paint and/or thrown into harbors. It’s clear that these statues are unwanted by the…

Concerts in the corona age

Nearly every music festival and concert scheduled this summer has been canceled, including the “Hella Mega Tour” headlined by Fall Out Boy, Green Day and Weezer; Kesha’s “High Road” tour; Hangout Musical Festival; and, most recently, Riot Fest. Since the beginning of the pandemic, many…

Journaling: Meditational monologuing in a time of crisis

“Dear diary, this is now day 46 of quarantine.” This has to be every journal keeper’s dream intro. It seems like these days, one of the most marketable lifestyle habits is mindfulness. It’s as if keeping a compendium of your absurdist anecdotal humor, fantasies, dreams,…

One-on-One: Cat vs dog

A cat’s tail BY SALEM HEX; DICTATED BY JADE SEWELL Who the hiss are you? Do you have any food? No? I’m not sure why you’re in my presence, then. Since you’re here, though, I might as well tell you about the feline hell my…

Video games I’ve revisited while stuck at home

As the shelter-in-place order continues, I have been finding things to fill my time at home between work for online classes. Being stuck in isolation has given me the opportunity to revisit some of my long-lost favorite games, as well as finally get through new…

‘Coronacation,’ my experience as an international student

The week before spring break was one of the most exciting and busiest I’ve had. The following weeks were some of the most chaotic. I had been cast in my first ever role at Bradley as an orphan girl in a production of “Midsummer Night’s…

3,2,1 Bake! The ultimate quarantine baking list

Tired of binging Netflix and scrolling through Instagram? How about making some quality ‘gram material? Even better, how about making something totally postable that you can thoroughly enjoy! After watching way too many episodes of any cooking show, (I’m looking at you “The Great British…

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