On October 4th, it was announced that there will be a possible expansion of the FIFA World Cup. FIFA President Gianni Infantino proposed widening the World Cup from 32 teams to 48 teams, an even higher number from his original … Continue reading FIFA World Cup to Expand?
Clowns. Whether or not you’ve ever had a phobia of them, there is no way to escape this creepy phenomena that is sweeping the United States. The first sighting of a person dressed up like a clown started in late … Continue reading Can This Be the Return of It?
The Drama Club here at Richmond University put on a production this past week (April 11th-15th), working tirelessly every day in the midst of essays and projects to put on performances each evening in our very own Richmond theater. The … Continue reading Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband” performed by Richmond students
“The art world is absolutely drunk on star fucking” says the art critic and professor Mark Van Proyen in an interview with Broke-ass Stuart. He might not be wrong on that. From the fourth of April till fourth of September … Continue reading Can Fame Buy Your Way into the Art World?
On just another insignificant but extraordinary Thursday night a crowd of roughly 80 people sat down to watch what seems to be Chris Goode’s naturalistic adaption of the medieval play Everyman. Unlike the morality play, Jo Clifford’s contemplative production illustrate … Continue reading “Every One” at Battersea Arts Centre
As anyone with the ability to consume media has already seen, read and/or heard; Kesha Rose also known as Ke$ha has been dealing with a very traumatizing experience. Kesha Rose took her producer and record label to court in order … Continue reading Kesha Rose and the Perpetuation of Rape Culture and Misogyny
In the traditional British style, the weather on March 27th 2016, the day of the world famous Oxford vs. Cambridge Boat Race, included hail, rain, and sunshine. Based on their uniforms, the “Light Blues” (Cambridge) and the “Dark Blues” (Oxford) … Continue reading Oxford vs. Cambridge Boat Race
On March 25th of 2015, the world mourned the loss of Zayn Malik’s presence in One Direction, a stunning voice leaving to “be a normal 22 year old”. One March 25th the very next year, the world was blessed, or … Continue reading Zayn Malik’s “Mind of Mine” Review
Kanye West’s latest album, The Life of Pablo, was released February 14th, two years after its original release date. The album even experienced four different title changes, originally planned to be called So Help Me God, then Swish, then Waves, … Continue reading The Life of Kanye