Taiko Drumming Group Drums Up Applause

Upon entering the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, my attention was quickly diverted to the stand outside the Kelley Theatre for “Kodō” merchandise. A table was set up with “Kodō Evolution”...

The Art Corner: The Bad(ly Drawn) Guy

"I remember catching “Scarface” on TV before the Spring semester. It was entirely in Spanish, but it was still understandable to me. It’s practically a cult classic gangster movie. Al Pacino played the...

The Art Corner: ‘Sh-Boomies at Night’

"I don’t really have any inspiration for this piece. I was just doing some improv after sketching a face. Soon, it became a gas station in the middle of the night. But I came to like it upon completion....

Bellarmine Hall Welcomes French Art Exhibit

Jean-Honore Fragonard’s “The Swing,” one of the best-known pieces from the French Rococo period, speaks volumes for what we expect from French art. The sweet buttery elegance of the aristocratic French....

Inkwell Spotlight: You and I, Me

You and I I gave everything    but realized I had nothing I tried to take it back    but was not allowed to   You finally gave    but it’s a burning barren...