‘Bubble’ installation bursts with creativity

November 27, 2018 Jane Bowden 0

“(Bubble) proposes a vision for the viewer to consider,” Mahalchick said. “We are currently in a very politically divided moment in American history, a time that asks us to consider who we are as a country and as individuals, to consider who is on the outside and who is on the inside, a time to examine the borders, who and what creates them and whether or not we can overcome them.” […]

Queen rules rock and roll era

November 13, 2018 Jane Bowden 0

“Bohemian Rhapsody,” “We Are the Champions,” “We Will Rock You,” “Another One Bites the Dust” — these are just a few songs that transform even the shyest of people into full blown stage performers. […]

Senior exhibits evoke themes of introspection

November 6, 2018 Jane Bowden 0

The student exhibits of senior fine arts majors Cara Giddens and Carly Englander introduced universal themes of intrusive thoughts and long-distance relationships through thought-provoking mediums of painted clay shaped to look like black ooze and a live performance. […]

Students win $10,000 in sales contest

November 5, 2018 Jane Bowden 0

A team of six business students won first place in AT&T’s National Sales Competition in Dallas on Oct. 19. The team beat out 30 other highly-competitive schools, winning scholarship money, professional opportunities and a $10,000 check toward the College’s School of Business. […]