Category: Columns

From hypothetical to The Hague: A semester abroad in the Netherlands

From hypothetical to The Hague: A semester abroad in the Netherlands

Column- February 17, 2019

Fear is a survival instinct, but this is not a city to be fearful of; it’s a city to embrace and become acquainted with.

Growing pains: The beginning of a semester abroad in Chengdu, China

Growing pains: The beginning of a semester abroad in Chengdu, China

Column- February 14, 2019

"It’s totally natural to miss 'home,' in all of the various meanings of the word, because it shows us how much energy we’re putting into ...

Uncanny and invigorating: An evening with Amen Dunes and ARTHUR (Union Transfer, Philadelphia, 1/30)

Uncanny and invigorating: An evening with Amen Dunes and ARTHUR (Union Transfer, Philadelphia, 1/30)

Column- February 14, 2019

At many points throughout the performance, the band would fully lock into a groove that had electric energy.

Mosaic’s top 50 albums of 2018

Mosaic’s top 50 albums of 2018

Column- February 14, 2019

Narrowing down the best albums of the year was a challenge but this list encapsulates the most noteworthy releases that need to be heard.

Fulfilling my “college experience”

Fulfilling my “college experience”

Arts and Entertainment- February 11, 2019

The only thing I have left to say is I’m incredibly grateful.

A bucket-list type of week

A bucket-list type of week

Arts and Entertainment- February 7, 2019

This past week can be described by two major events: Hadestown and Paris.

A Beatles fan at heart

A Beatles fan at heart

Arts and Entertainment- February 1, 2019

Despite the slight bout of sickness and jam-packed schedule, I saw more amazing plays and discovered even more of London.

How my luck followed me abroad

How my luck followed me abroad

Column- January 16, 2019

Despite all the big touristy spots being closed, it’s what you make of it.

Food review: I ate at El Diablo almost weekly for years so you didn’t have to, but you might want to

Food review: I ate at El Diablo almost weekly for years so you didn’t have to, but you might want to

Column- December 3, 2018

El Diablo has been a part of my life for nearly five years. I hardly remember a time without it.

Post-release review: Grant Claytor’s “Bon” is a haunting work of nostalgia

Post-release review: Grant Claytor’s “Bon” is a haunting work of nostalgia

Column- December 3, 2018

This New Jersey-based artist attends the university and just released the song as a single with an accompanying music video for an upcoming album titled, ...