As the school year comes to a close, graduation caps are flung into the air and plans are made with friends for the coming months, the summer will bring about many opportunities for students.
Attention business majors: somewhere out there is a book that tells you exactly how to rise in the ranks of the business world without really tryingâ€”but youâ€™ll have to get it from a J. Pierrepont Finch, first.
If your general outlook on life abides by peace and love, head on over to the Eisenhower Auditorium at 7:30 on Friday when the musical â€œHAIRâ€ brings its peace-loving story to the stage.
Between skirts and dresses and shorts, itâ€™s easy to figure out what to wear when spring eventually comes along, but what happens if you wake up and (gasp!) are having a bad hair day?
Hollywood has caught a case of fairy tale fever. In addition to movies like “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” and “Jack the Giant Slayer”, which have already hit theatres, many other classic tales are getting the star treatment in the next few years.
Remember â€œBug a Booâ€? â€œI Want It That Wayâ€? What about â€œCry Me A Riverâ€? In the midst of boy bands like One Direction and The Wanted creating new reasons for girls to throw their panties on the stage, the 90s can be heard yelling, â€œDonâ€™t forget about me!â€
Theyâ€™re creepy and theyâ€™re kookyâ€”and theyâ€™re here just in time for Valentineâ€™s Day. Musical comedy â€œThe Addams Familyâ€ will be making a stop at the Eisenhower Auditorium on Feb. 14 as part of their touring schedule. Theyâ€™ll bring their all-together spookiness to the stage, and while the singing and dancing will be something the audience will surely remember, the costumes are something that will stick out, too!
With the right motivation (and maybe new sneakers), getting yourself to the White Building or Rec Hall wonâ€™t be as difficult as you may think.
Every new semester comes with its fair share of books…a lot of books. Although usually assigned in the form of textbooks that take a large toll on our bank accounts, it’s all too easy to forget that there’s still time to read for fun!