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Lupita Nyong’o Eclipses Expectations

Lupita Nyong’o Eclipses Expectations

It’s two o’clock in the afternoon and the audience is taking their seats at the John Golden Theatre. The lights come up on a bullet-ridden, one room shack. Two women,…

A Cuckoo Review

A Cuckoo Review

Cuckoo is a relatively new Netflix original series that follows a British family as they open their home up to some strange new guests. The show begins with the daughter,…

Gold or Mold: van Hove’s Crucible Revival

Gold or Mold: van Hove’s Crucible Revival

The fact that Saoirse Ronan was starring as Abigail Williams in Ivo van Hove’s stage revival of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible was all I needed to know about the Broadway…

April Playlist!

April Playlist!

Spring has sprung…well sort of. Here’s a playlist to distract you from the mercurial weather outside. –Colette Juran and Lily Williams, Science and Just 4 Fun Editors…

I Watched and Reviewed Fuller House– So You Don’t Have To

I Watched and Reviewed Fuller House– So You Don’t Have To

ABC’S “TGIF”-lover’s of the ‘90’s rejoiced around the world when Netflix announced it’s 13-episode reboot of “Full House,” entitled, “Fuller House,” in April of 2015. However, the public displayed a…

Hail, Caesar!

Hail, Caesar!

Misadvertising strikes again to claim the life of yet another movie, this time the Coen brothers’ latest feature, Hail, Caesar!. To be honest, the ads gave me incredibly high expectations…

Review: Yoko Ono’s “The Riverbed”

Review: Yoko Ono’s “The Riverbed”

By Ripley Goodwyn  “The Riverbed,” Japanese artist Yoko Ono’s latest venture, takes viewers on a journey of mindfulness and meditation. Ono, John Lennon’s second wife, has always valued viewer interaction…

Artist Spotlight: Paige Ballard ’16

Artist Spotlight: Paige Ballard ’16

Q: What is your concentration? Paige: I’m planning on doing a series of paintings from photos I took on a trip to Europe last summer! I have a lot of…

Top 5 Songs of 2015

Top 5 Songs of 2015

These are my five favorite songs of 2015, one of the best years in music in a long time. Warning: some of these songs contain language that some may find…

Top 10: Holiday Movies

Top 10: Holiday Movies

It’s holiday season, and that means it’s time to watch holiday movies until your heart is warmer than the hot chocolate you’re drinking. In order to get in the holiday…

Adele’s ‘25’ Thoughts and Feelings

Adele’s ‘25’ Thoughts and Feelings

Hello. Haha get it? We are going to start this review by stating that Adele’s voice is unparalleled; there’s nothing more majestic. She’s the best of the best – she’s…

Meet The New Theatre Director, Mr. Jason Peck

Meet The New Theatre Director, Mr. Jason Peck

I recently sat down with Mr. Jason Peck, the new St. Luke’s theater directer, to learn what he brings to the SLS community and in anticipation of the fall play Distracted.…

Come See Distracted!

Come See Distracted!

The stigma surrounding mental illness is a problem that has gone largely unaddressed on the hilltop, but that will change this Friday with a production of Distracted. The play follows…

A Very Spooky StormStyle

A Very Spooky StormStyle

The one day of the year where not even dress down day dress code can drag us down, the Hilltop went hard for Halloween. This year, St. Luke’s was home…

Mindy Kaling: “Why Not Me?”

Mindy Kaling: “Why Not Me?”

  In Mindy Kaling’s Why Not Me?, the comedian riffs on society and on herself in a series of lighthearted essays that resemble a cross between an advice column and…

Return to Mars

Return to Mars

It is a sad reflection of the current space program, when the most interesting development depicted in “The Martian” is its optimism. Past space blockbusters, such as “Gravity” and “Interstellar,”…

Fashion Week Flops

Fashion Week Flops

I never would have thought that I would use the word “disgusted” in regards to the four weeks in the fall meant to be an artistic and creative haven for…

Grey’s is Great

Grey’s is Great

  There are few shows that have gone on for over a decade and maintained a consistent, and a strong following. One of these shows is Grey’s Anatomy, produced by…

Cable’s Graveyard

Cable’s Graveyard

Although it shares some qualities with its network FOX, such as a penchant for materialism and mainstream romance, The Mindy Project always seemed like an outcast among a lineup of…

FIDLAR Album Review: Too

FIDLAR Album Review: Too

FIDLAR once again wows the low-life wannabe-skaters with their new album, “Too”! This garage-rock punk band is based in Los Angeles, California, and posted their first songs online in 2009.…

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