NE students Austin Peak and Danny Rengifo rehearse a scene from Samuel Beckett’s Endgame which opens Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. on NE Campus in the NFAB theater.

Love overcomes futility in play

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor The NE Campus theater program will present Samuel Beckett’s play Endgame Sept. 26-29. The play introduces four characters in a post-apocalyptic world...
The display shows Jacob Riis influence through literary work with a younger generation of reformers in the 1900s called The Progressives whose impact shaped American history.

Exhibit exposes poverty in 1880s New York City life

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor NE history department and the J. Ardis Bell Library are hosting a National Endowment for the Humanities On the Road exhibit...
Nyabingi’s Merkaba, MOOSH

Exhibit explores fertility

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Local artist’s first solo exhibition in Texas opens Gerald Mushumbusi’s first solo exhibition in Texas is on display in SE’s Art Corridor II...
Untitled, Jorge Mata

Student artwork, talent on display

An exhibit featuring student works from SE art assistant professor Dana Ferrara’s Painting I, Painting II and Design I spring 2018 classes is on...
The Nun attempts to give the most menacing interesting villains in The Conjuring movie series an origin story that robs the character of its power.

The Nun fails to stir genuine fear

Spinoff films in an established movie universe can be a slippery slope, especially if the spinoff develops a character’s origin or backstory. The power of...
South students Devinne Jorgensen and Cameron Clowers rehearse lines from My 10 Year Old Self. The play will be Sept. 20-22 in the Joe B. Rushing Center for the Performing Arts on South Campus.

Actors’ lives inspire play

By JW McNay/managing editor A student-created comedy featuring poetry, prose and memes comes to the stage Sept. 20-22 on South Campus. My 10 Year Old Self...
Kamikaze, Eminem

Music Review – Rapper bares all with new album

By Michael Foster-Sanders/campus editor Frank Ocean once posed the question: “What’s a god to a non-believer?” The self-proclaimed rap god Eminem must have thought about...
The Zeltlous Passage, Amin Tejani

Faculty exhibit showcases uncertainty of world today

By JW McNay/managing editor NW faculty talent is on display with faculty-created works showcased during regular campus hours until Oct. 5 in the Lakeview Gallery...
Troye Sivan

Music Review – Vulnerable lyrics set Bloom apart

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief Troye Sivan’s sophomore album Bloom reaffirms the gay pop artist’s place in the new generation of artists changing the face of the...