‘The Wizard of Oz’: Fifty Shades Darker

Ruby slippers, a yellow brick road and a sweet farm girl in a blue dress all symbolize the iconic, light-hearted story of “The Wizard of Oz,” right? Wrong. In the new NBC TV series “Emerald City,”...

An Artistic Mastery of Midcentury Manhattan

“Take me back to Manhattan, take me back to New York” — a famous lyric from the 1934 musical “Anything Goes” — is the first thing that comes to mind upon viewing the works of artist Adolf Dehn...

Ed Sheeran’s Successful Resurgance

With the New Year in full swing, English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran brought his 2016 resolution to a close. At the conclusion of his hectic and successful 2015 music career, Sheeran hoped to become less...

‘The Body Images’ Perpetuates Self-Love

One of the photographs from "The Body Images" by Lauren Murphy '17. Alicia Phaneuf/The Mirror Having confidence in one’s body image is exceedingly difficult, especially for young women. Art major Lauren...

Italian Art Premieres at Fairfield

"L’insolence de l’été" by Leonardo Cremonini. Artwork courtesy of The William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation inc. Critically acclaimed and technically accomplished, the late 20th century Italian artist,...

Michael Drabik Returns to South Side

The South Side Cafe in Faber Hall buzzed with the excitement of students who were eager to spend their Saturday night listening to blues, soul and jazz music performed by latest New York spotlight, Michael...