A senior of the music department performed her last recital at CSC Friday at Memorial Hall auditorium.
Category: Culture Corner
CSC Jazz Band and Vocal Jazz concert drew about 60 people to Memorial Hall, Tuesday.
Friday’s senior art show reception drew a crowd of about 60 people who filtered through the main gallery in Memorial Hall, as the three showcased senior artists answered questions about their works.
There I was in fourth grade math, trying my hardest to concentrate on the numbers when they danced straight off my page and began doing an elaborate production to the tune of “My Favorite Things.”
I know for a fact that as fun as smashing pumpkins is, eating them in a pie crust is ten thousand times better.
This year I felt like I needed to go all out for Halloween. I thought of many different costumes and nothing quite struck a chord.
The Alliance High School gymnasium was flooded with a sea of blue Bulldogs fans at the annual homecoming coronation. They chattered amongst each other, the noise echoing off the high ceilings. I fought the nervous feeling in my gut. This wasn’t just any other year for me—this was THE event that many high school band nerds live for.
Sometimes when I am very bored and I feel my eyes glazing over, I find it ridiculously entertaining to flip back and forth between random channels. During one of these channel-flipping sessions, I wound up comparing a story about apes on the Discovery Channel to the cast of MTV’s hit show, “Jersey Shore.” Surprisingly, the story lines are interchangeable!
Jon Marquez finds solace in a classic American film, and the opportunity to reenact it in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Hairy spiders creep where her eyelashes once gracefully laid upon her cheeks. Jamaican dreadlocks are thrown up into what looks like a cow pie on top of her head. She is in every building, in every class, and could even be in your very own mirror. Who is she?