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Faith in Action

Comedy at the Oscars

Gabe Braden, Movie Critic

June 23, 2017

Filed under Art, Artistic Analysis

The annual film awards are held every year to audiences and critics alike. Since their inception, the Academy Awards have annually awarded the best of the best from the film industry. Recently though, the comedy genre has...

Natasha, Pierre, and the Comet of 1812: A Truly Unique Show

Sam Braden, Drama Critic

June 22, 2017

Filed under Art, Artistic Analysis

Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812. Just the name shows the massiveness of this production. Set in Moscow, adapted from a 60 page sliver of Leo Toysroy's massive War and Peace, this truly unique musical concerns...

March 21, 2017

Closer to the Covenant

Julianna Morano

January 22, 2017

Filed under Art, Class Warfare, Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Opinion Piece, Social Analysis, Top Stories, Uncategorized

The narrator of Amy Tan’s short story “Two Kinds” asserts the need to shatter her mother’s “foolish pride” in her daughter’s ability to play piano, to attain recognition, and, above all, to have more than her mother...

On Finding Their Sadness

Julianna Morano

August 2, 2016

Filed under Art, Artistic Analysis, Music, Opinion Piece

I was staring at a balding man with a severe accent staring at a painted, bare-butted woman and calling it his favorite piece of art. I was nauseated. The piece was La Grande Odalisque by Jean-Auguste-Dominque Ingres – inde...

Resonance

Julianna Morano

August 2, 2016

Filed under Art, Artistic Analysis, Top Stories

The 27-year-old future brake engineer is sprinting. He is racing against the descending sun because he misjudged the distance between the Washington Monument and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, but is determined. He needs to see...

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