Monthly Archives: April 2016

Student brings melodies to life in Shakespeare in the Arb

    Quentin Herman started to tinker with music when he was a 5-year-old beginning piano student. Fast forward 14 years and he can still be...

In defense of pranking

When my little brother rubbed poison ivy leaves on a toilet seat and got kicked out of summer camp at 8 years old, my...

Q&A: Robert Hardy talks acting influences, theater as ‘observed nature’

Robert Hardy is one of the most successful British character actors of our time. He is most famous for his portrayals of Winston Churchill,...

History in frame: Hillsdale boasts rare photo of Frederick Douglass

About 150 years ago, when the popular pictures of African-Americans portrayed them as savages, black abolitionist Frederick Douglass used photography to transform their image....

Local diners offer brunches of love

While brunch is traditionally celebrated every Sunday in the Grewcock dining hall for many students, there are some diverse and dynamic dining options just...