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Garrett Swanson: finding beauty in the unappreciated

Garrett Swanson ’12 said his favorite piece of artwork at the Detroit Institute of Art is something he sees patrons consistently ignore when visiting...

Inspired by the tales of Ancient Greece

This weekend the Hillsdale College Tower Dancers will perform their annual dance concert. The performance has a Grecian theme — congruent with the theatre...

Ongoing battle: film vs. digital photography

Whether using a Canon or a Kodak, the elements of photography relatively stay the same. Introduce the question, “Film or digital?” into the equation, and differences of opinion emerge. The two mediums achieve a print using two entirely — and highly debated — methods.

Women wearing the pants: a gender inversion

On the stage of the Globe Theater, men commonly played women who dressed up as men and were later revealed as women. On the stage of Markel Auditorium however, the Shakespearean formula has been reversed.

Women wearing the pants: a gender inversion

On the stage of the Globe Theater, men commonly played women who dressed up as men and were later revealed as women. On the stage of Markel Auditorium however, the Shakespearean formula has been reversed. “In ‘Merry Wives of Windsor,’ we have two women who are playing men who are disguised as women at the end of the play,” said the show’s director, Professor of Theatre George Angell. “It’s an exact Shakespearean gender inversion.”