VPAM grant creates permanent curatorial position
The Vincent Price Art Museum received a $500,000 grant to support a curatorial position that will focus on collecting artwork from and promoting artists of Latin American or Caribbean descent.
Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee Foundation help students boost creativity, well being
During the first in a series of three workshops organized by the Bruce Lee Foundation, Shannon Lee, daughter of martial artist Bruce Lee, shared practices for bettering the mind.
Theater department opens semester with schedule lineup
The Theater Arts department offers many opportunities for students throughout upcoming shows, internships and mentorship this Spring 2023.
Talent shines at fall student recital
‘House of the Dragons’ leaves viewers hanging for another season
After an unprecedented end to “Game of Thrones” Two years ago, HBO produces a prequel set 200 years before the “Game of Thrones” events unfolded.
‘God of War Ragnarok’ lives up to expectations
In any form of media living up to the expectations of a prequel with a masterful rating is near impossible.
Expectations unmet in ‘The Dragon Prince’ season four
After a three-year hiatus, Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince” returned with an underwhelming season four that seemed solely like a setup for season five.
Vintage Drake is back, better than ever
Drake and 21 Savage’s album, “Her Loss” is the culmination of a dynamic that dates back to 2016. In 2016, 21 Savage was a young rapper with a lot of promise.
‘Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2’ a mixed feeling for players with great campaign but old weapon system
”Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2” is a direct sequel to “Call of Duty Modern Warfare,” and the similarities are glaring.