Category: Art & Entertainment

  • Queer artists at Boston Calling reflect on the intersection between goals and identities

    BY RISHA INAGANTICo-Managing News Editor BY TABITHA REEVESCo-Managing News Editor Over Memorial Day weekend, Boston Calling Music Festival featured various LGBTQ+ performers, many of whom have drawn inspiration for their songwriting and overall goals as influential figures from their identities and personal experiences. Apart from the similar areas of influence, these artists shared missions of…

  • The normalization of ADA accessibility at Boston Calling Music Festival

    BY TABITHA REEVESCo-Managing News Editor BY RISHA INAGANTICo-Managing News Editor With a golf cart to help festival attendees get around and the willingness to make accommodations as needed, the American Disabilities Act (ADA) team at Boston Calling Music Festival made an effort to ensure that all persons could enjoy the festivities to the fullest extent…

  • Community spotlight: Little Goat and Peach Blossom co-founder Olivia Brinton

    BY TABITHA REEVESCo-Managing News Editor The little blue and green house on the outskirts of East Campus is typically buzzing with chattering and studying students who stop by to grab a drink from the Little Goat Coffee Roasting Company between classes. Before the coffee shop became a hotspot for the university community, the location was…

  • What’s opening on Broadway this spring?

    BY BETH WOJCIECHOWSKIWebsite Manager This article will be published in The Review’s special magazine issue, set to be available on campus starting the week of April 24.  After an autumn filled with many show closings due to the lingering economic struggles from Broadway’s closure during the pandemic, Broadway has many new productions opening this spring,…

  • From “pitchers” to “mug night”: A bar crawl through Main Street’s past and present

    BY TARA LENNONEditor-in-Chief This article will be published in The Review’s special magazine issue, set to be available on campus starting the week of April 24. The creaking wooden staircase, the upstairs patio that, no matter how cold the night is, brings relief and the comically large plastic pitchers that each student holds — these…

  • New Andrew Wyeth exhibit opens at the Brandywine Museum of Art

    BY BETH WOJCIECHOWSKIWebsite Manager In February, the Brandywine Museum of Art, just over the Pennsylvania-Delaware border in Chadds Ford, welcomed the “Andrew Wyeth: Home Places” exhibition featuring Andrew Wyeth’s most iconic artworks of local buildings.  Wyeth, an artist from Chadds Ford, was born in 1917. He is considered one of the best-known realist painters of…

  • Harrington Theater Arts Company produces “Little Women” with big expectations and a short deadline

    BY JENI NANCEStaff Reporter Based on the classic novel written by Louisa May Alcott, “Little Women” was first produced into a musical in 2005 by Allan Knee. It follows the journey of the four March sisters — Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy — from childhood to womanhood.  After four short weeks of preparation and rehearsal,…

  • University club competes and brings home wins in the Philadelphia Flower Show

    BY DANI BEAMISHManaging Arts and Culture Editor The university’s PHS Philadelphia Flower Show Club competed in the 2023 Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s (PHS) Philadelphia Flower Show and received awards on their exhibit that highlighted the harmful effects of improper electronic waste.   Each university that competed at the show had to choose a theme color; this year,…

  • UDress Magazine hosts fall fashion show with theme, “New York Minute”

    BY NYA WYNNStaff Reporter Fashionability was at an all time high on Dec. 3 with the debut of UDress Magazine’s annual fall fashion show to promote their upcoming magazine issue. Students gathered in Trabant Student Center to see the student-styled outfits inspired by this semester’s issue, following the theme of “New York Minute.” The looks…

  • Fast fashion’s impacts on the environment, society, and the economy

    Sustainable fashion board courtesy of Kelly Cobb. BY TESS WILLIAMSStaff Reporter In the fashion industry consumers play a large role in determining the production of clothing. Therefore, consumers have the opportunity to create a more sustainable fashion industry that is less reliant on overconsumption bred on constantly changing trends.  The fashion system is a combination…