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“Industrially Inspired” Recap

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 9, 2020

As Central's Art Gallery opened the doors to their new exhibit "Industrially Inspired,", over a hundred of local art lovers packed together like sardines to witness the featured artwork from Tim Kowalczyk, Kenneth Baskin, Pedro...

Ten Unwritten Misconceptions of Society

Shwar Zaidi, Reporter

February 9, 2020

Society has some unwritten rules that nobody likes to admit they follow, but many secretly believe they must. It can lead to many people feeling unhappy, unsatisfied, insecure and out of place. However, sometimes what we see an...

Meditation

Marx Chiriboga, Contributor

February 3, 2020

Meditation   Cold and Cross-legged on the red carpet, Leaning against a brick wall. Closed eyes to the dark room, trying to see fire within my chest.   These four walls have heavy air, Filled w...

The Best Of Super Bowl Advertisements 2020

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 3, 2020

The Super Bowl isn’t just about football. It’s also an opportunity for companies to represent their brands in some of the most entertaining commercial breaks of the year. This year was no different, as there were many funny, shocking a...

Mac Miller’s “Circles”: A Final Goodbye For Fans

Ryan Jones, Managing Editor

January 27, 2020

Mac Miller first came into my life in 2010, when he was just an 18-year-old kid releasing his songs and music videos on his YouTube channel. While I never knew him personally, I felt as if we grew up together in a sense; as I...

An Olympic Breakfast

Mauriah Johnson, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 27, 2020

  An Olympic Breakfast “How’s everything?” she quickly asked each table in the exact same monotone. Her midnight black, messy ponytail trailed two swings behind her every step, as she casually speed walked to the...

Department Of Music In Need Of Recruits

Natalie Dest, Reporter

January 27, 2020

No matter what major you may be, Central Connecticut's Department of Music is always searching for individuals of all voices and instruments to join their selection of ensembles. Now more than ever, the department is in dire need...

Is The Old Disney Back?

Shwar Zaidi, Reporter

January 27, 2020

It looks like the wish of bringing back old Disney movies and shows has come true.  In November of 2019, a new app surfaced bringing us "Disney Plus." Millions have already created accounts with the streaming service, leaving thousan...

Victory

Nehway Sahn, Contributor

January 27, 2020

My godfather was the heavy, lovely breath preceding transcendence into R.E.M. sleep. In autumn he gifted me a poetic frame riddled with spirit food, “if you can keep your head when all about you is losing theirs,” when...

For The Intro’s and Extro’s

Mauriah Johnson, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 26, 2020

With it still being the beginning of the semester, things can feel overwhelming or altogether draining — especially with seasonal depression at its peak stirring up those "winter blues." In these dire times, as people in...

Fun Local Places To Go This Winter

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 20, 2020

When the weather outside is frightful, staying at home sounds so delightful. But just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you can’t go out and have fun during the winter. Here’s a list of some local indoor places to ...

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