“Barbenheimer” reinvigorated summer cinema for the first time in a long time – yet it might not be enough to endure through fall.
The rise of streaming services has caused movie theaters to become less popular in recent years due to the convenience of watching new releases from the comfort of one’s own home.
This post was updated Sept. 4 at 8:13 p.m.
Amy Higdon is threading her Native American heritage into her handmade costumes.
The alumnus, a costume designer, recently won the Pierre Cardin Theater Honor at the Princess Grace Awards, a foundation dedicated to uplifting artists in the name of Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco.
This post was updated July 30 at 5:00 p.m.
Melody C. Miller is giving life to the untold story of a revolutionary woman.
The alumnus is the producer, director of cinematography and co-editor of “ruth weiss, the beat goddess,” which recently won the San Fransisco/Northern California Regional Emmy for feature documentary.
This post was updated July 16 at 7:15 p.m.
It is time to find the perfect beach read.
Whether they’re soaking up some rays of sunshine or cooling off inside, bookworms will be far from bored this summer.
This post was updated July 9 at 8:47 p.m.
Susan Aparicio gives memories of an eternal life in the stars.
The alumnus’ “Stellar Remnants” is on display at LaPau Gallery until July 15.
This season, musicians are catching rays and producing waves.
Now that summer has officially arrived following the solstice, shimmering sunlight is replacing the June gloom. From starlit, rock-infused ballads to folk songs by the hellfire, artists are bringing the lyrical heat this season.
This post was updated July 9 at 9:00 p.m.
New video games are sure to satisfy during the dog days of summer.
While this season encourages many to soak up the sun, others would prefer to enjoy the comfort of their own homes.
This post was updated June 13 at 5:58 p.m.
Samantha Heller is fostering representation in the music community.
The fourth-year music history and industry student said that growing up, she was always engaging with music, whether it was in jazz or marching bands, choir or theater.
The Bimbos are bringing women to the forefront of theater.
Second-year theater students Kaity Cairo and Trystan Forson are the co-founders of Bimbos Theatre Co., which aims to provide a community for women to create their productions without any barriers.
Ella Schindler and Maxwell Manning are paying homage to the dystopian sci-fi world they love.
The annual Fashion and Student Trends runway show is set to kick off Friday at Pauley Pavilion, and designers Schindler, a fourth-year computational and systems biology student, and Manning, a fifth-year aerospace engineering student, have designed a nature-themed dystopian collection, titled “Epilogue,” that they will also model themselves.
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