Monique Heart of RuPaul’s Drag Race to Perform at Springfest 2020
Feb24

Monique Heart of RuPaul’s Drag Race to Perform at Springfest 2020

By Maura Breth, Staff Writer American drag queen Monique Heart, from RuPaul’s Drag Race, will be the artist at Springfest 2020, according to an announcement at Snowball. Monique Heart, the stage name of Kevin Richardson, has competed on the tenth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race and the fourth season of the All-Stars edition of the show. In 2019, New York magazine named Monique Heart one of the top 100 Most Powerful Drag Queens in...

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Review: Symphony Orchestra Delivers Raw, Compelling Performance of 19th, 20th Century Repertoire
Feb23

Review: Symphony Orchestra Delivers Raw, Compelling Performance of 19th, 20th Century Repertoire

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief Symphony orchestras across the country have been grappling of late with how to make their performances more accessible — and thus more marketable — to modern audiences, who seem less and less  inclined to pay rapt attention to music written centuries ago by dead white guys. While repertoire choices themselves are one way that ensembles are striving to be more inclusive, perhaps more acute...

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Spotlight: Troy Johnson Offers Sessions on LGBTQ+ Life at Gettysburg
Feb22

Spotlight: Troy Johnson Offers Sessions on LGBTQ+ Life at Gettysburg

By Kathy Scott, Co-Features Editor Troy Johnson, a private therapist at Gettysburg College, works with LGBTQ+ students one-on-one and also hosts a group session one night a week at the counseling center. Johnson also conducts workshops to help people outside of the LGBTQ+ communities learn to be better allies. In the support group that Johnson runs every Tuesday from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., participants focus directly about LGBTQ+...

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Inside Scoop on Musselman Library’s Barbara Holley Internship
Feb21

Inside Scoop on Musselman Library’s Barbara Holley Internship

  By Musselman Library Each year Musselman Library hires a full-time (paid) library intern to work in all areas the library. This internship provides the individual with a unique opportunity to learn the inner workings of the library. While there is a standard rotation for the internship, each intern’s experience varies based on their interests and project work available that year. To help demystify this position, Michelle...

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Snowball 2020 Features Swing Dancing, but No Big Band
Feb18

Snowball 2020 Features Swing Dancing, but No Big Band

By Jane Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer On Feb. 15, the annual Snowball dance took place in the CUB Ballroom. The event was hosted by the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and co-sponsored by Sigma Chi. The theme of the night was “Evening in the Enchanted Forest,” featuring a chocolate fountain, fog machines, and a photobooth. This event was host provider, and several attendees got to take home souvenir cups. Swing Dance Club met from 8 to 9...

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Abracadaver, with Screenplay by Rhett, Airs on Hallmark Channel
Feb13

Abracadaver, with Screenplay by Rhett, Airs on Hallmark Channel

                              By Lauren Hand, Magazine Editor What happens when a plucky crossword writer becomes involved in a magic murder mystery? In Crossword Mysteries: Abracadaver, the third film in the Crossword Mystery series, Tess Harper finds she has a real puzzle on her hands. The movie, with screenplay written by Professor and Chair of the English...

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