The Glass Menagerie Review

Cassandra Keller Managing editor The University Player showcased the play “The Glass Menagerie” from Feb. 26 until March 1.  “The Glass Menagerie” was originally written by Tennessee Williams and premiered in Chicago in 1944. Williams based “The Glass Menagerie” on his own life as well as another screenplay he wrote called “The Gentleman Caller”. … Continue reading The Glass Menagerie Review

“Courageous” review

Krissy Turner Lifestyles Editor “Courageous” is about four police officers who struggle with their faith and their roles as husbands and fathers after a tragedy strikes and they make a decision that changes all of their lives. This movie came out Sept. 30, 2011, with the cast of Alex Kendrick, Ken Bevel, Kevin Downes, … Continue reading “Courageous” review

“After Hours” review

Tiana Gair A&E Editor Canadian R&B singer and songwriter The Weeknd is back to his old ways with a new single “After Hours” and an album release date for his fans. The Weeknd, also known as Abel Tesfaye, has been teasing fans with the new album for months. On Feb. 13, he announced the … Continue reading “After Hours” review

Superbowl Halftime Performance

Kiara Carson Managing Editor The 54th Superbowl was featured this past Sunday, February 2nd, and had Shakira and Jennifer Lopez grace the stage for the halftime show. Let’s just say they did an excellent job and really brought the house down with their amazing singing and dancing, beautiful outfits, and great representation of Latin … Continue reading Superbowl Halftime Performance

None of Your Concern

Tiana Gair A&E Editor Jhene Aiko blessed her fan base with another heart-wrenching song ‘None of Your Concern’ on Friday, Nov. 15, 2019.  The song was accompanied with a visual that is set in Hawaii. Aiko describes the end of a relationship and the confusion that comes with all break-ups. The single was unexpected … Continue reading None of Your Concern

“Death of a Salesman” review

Dr. Laxman D. Satya Professor of History As the first snow of the season fell on our little town last night, Arthur Miller’s famous play opened on the LHU main-stage, November 7, 2019. Opening scene of the tired old stooping man entering a house holding bags in both hands, looks lifeless at first. But … Continue reading “Death of a Salesman” review

An authentic musical Cuban experience

By Dr. Laxman Satya An authentic musical Cuban experience On October 15th, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated an evening with melodious tunes and songs from Cuba. MPR at the PUB reverberated with live combination of soft and gentle percussion, bongos, base-guitar, electronic keyboard, and the native Cuban tres guitar. Four musicians including the lady leader singer … Continue reading An authentic musical Cuban experience

Perfect couple become separate but, still doting parents

Kiara Carson Managing Editor One of the most popular celebrity couples has broken up and it was a shock to us all! Kylie Jenner recently broke off her relationship with Travis Scott, even though it seemed like everything was great leading up to inevitable demise. They recently featured in Playboy magazine together and looked … Continue reading Perfect couple become separate but, still doting parents

“Kim Possible” Reboot is a huge disappointment.

Kristin Turner Staff Writer The for-TV movie “Kim Possible” is based off of the 2002 Disney cartoon about a teenage girl has to balance being in high school and being a spy trying to save the world. Sadie Stanley, Sean Giambrone, Isaac Ryan Brown Alyson Hannigan, Patton Oswalt starred with a special appearance by … Continue reading “Kim Possible” Reboot is a huge disappointment.

Tekashi 69 testifies again.

By Mickiah Johnson Opinions Editor Tekashi 69 is testifying again, but this time against the Bloods and Cardi B may be involved. According to the New York Times, recently on Sept. 22 6ix9ine, who’s real name is Daniel Hernandez, has testified against the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods in court. Specifically his two former companions … Continue reading Tekashi 69 testifies again.