Browsing All posts tagged under »Arts & Entertainment«


April 21, 2009 by


By Dustin Watson [spit in my face.] I know what you’re thinking, but the answer is a simple and unfortunate “no.” The giant, blue exhibitionist from Alan Moore’s highly-acclaimed Watchmen comics won’t be dropping by the cafeteria, making an appearance in your  8 a.m. math class or blowing up the new Academic Science Center. Instead, […]

A Coppola Words On Nicolas Cage

March 24, 2009 by


Brien Hopkins [The Man Shark] “I am not a demon. I am a lizard, a shark, a heat-seeking panther. I want to be Bob Denver on acid playing the accordion.” – Nicolas Cage Over 60 feature length films under his belt, and Cage has yet to play a lizard, shark, heat-seeking panther, or Bob Denver. […]

Through the Wire: Race and Higher Education

February 20, 2009 by


Story taken from Liz Pontes’ blog: Let Me Hear That EC Beat By Elizabeth Pontes Andrew Jolivette speaks at this year’s annuel “Through the Wire” lecture series. “What does it mean to be multi-racial?” This question was posed by Andrew Jolivette, the chosen lecturer for Emmanuel’s annual Through the Wire Lecture Series. The Cardinal Cushing […]

Staying Alive: Boston’s Cafe Culture

February 16, 2009 by


An excerpt from the upcoming March issue of Le Renard. By Phil Meagher At Trident Booksellers and Café the atmosphere is one-of-a-kind. In addition to offering a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu until midnight, they also sell books and magazines. This is one of Boston Proper’s last surviving independent booksellers, one of the areas […]