H-Town Hottie on the Rise

Discover what could be the next biggest thing: Houston-based rapper Megan Thee Stallion If you’re tired of hearing the same old thing from every other Soundcloud rapper – or looking for someone coming in with purpose and real talent, look no further than Megan Thee Stallion. Megan Pete, AKA Megan Thee Stallion, is a Houston-based…

Hozier shines in Norfolk concert

After a long wait, Hozier’s character and style came through for a night of music and fun Simplicity.  If I had to choose one word to describe Hozier’s Wasteland, Baby! Tour, it would be “simple.” Andrew “Hozier” Byrne took the stage at Chrysler Hall in Norfolk, Virginia on Thursday, March 14 and gave the city…

‘The story of my life, sir’

CNU stages reading of scenes from Nancy Bell’s ‘Venus’ play as part of the International Conference on Global Status of Women and Girls There are few things in life that interrupt the story of one’s life so drastically as war. Such is the case for Lee, the main speaker and sergeant during the Iraq war…

The hype over ‘Captain Marvel’

A Captain’s take on the recent release: I’ll take another Marvel movie *Spoiler Alert* Over the last decade of its existence, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has placed a tremendous standard of quality upon each of its new films. Most, if not every film in the MCU lineup is very high quality, meaning that you should…

First Spring Farmers Market attracts crowds

Pie-themed market with 23 vendors drew students, faculty and the community to the York Strip for food, products and music Five More Farmers Markets March 21 March 28 April 4 April 11 April 18 3-6 p.m. York Strip

Historical Breakdown

Commonly known for Leprechauns and Easter bunnies, March is now known also for National Women’s Month. Tracing its origins to International Women’s Day established in 1911 and organized celebrations in schools and institutions in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, the milestone has certainly grown overtime. In 1981, Congress passed Pub. L. 97-28, which “authorized…

National Women’s Month bops

From Salt-n-Pepa to Ariana Grande, celebrate the entire month with a playlist fit for all women Quiet – MILCK While this song was written by Chinese-American singer Connie K. Lim and A.G. Gonzalez in 2015, it became well-known after Lim organized its a capella performance as MILCK at the 2017 Women’s March in Washington, D.C….

Ghosts and Strings

Dr. J. Lynn Thompson’s ‘Ghosts of Brandenburg’ chamber concert to perform in the Pope Chapel ~Kristen Ziccarelli, A&E Editor~ This Wednesday, string and harpsichord players of the CNU Orchestra will perform the “Ghosts of Brandenburg” concert in the Pope Chapel. Part of the Chamber Music series, the event will feature three Baroque works performed in…

Review: Netflix’s ‘Punisher’

First season worth the investment of time but second leaves creativity and organization to be desired ~Daniel Mosakewicz, Staff Writer~ This past January, the second season of “Punisher” was released to Netflix as the character’s final appearance on the platform before Disney reabsorbs him into their own streaming service.  The Punisher is a former marine…

Chrysler exhibitions inspire

Norfolk’s Chrysler Museum features temporary exhibits entitled “Chaos and Awe: Painting for the 21st Century” and a exhibit on glassmaking ~Kristen Ziccarelli, A&E Editor~ This season, the Chrysler museum features an exhibit entitled “Chaos and Awe: Painting in the 21st Century” along with an exhibition on glass making around the world and throughout history. Open…