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"Cheating Death"

Written by: Meg Falcone|
Contributions by: Meg Falcone and Marissa D’aniello|

Cheating Death was a play performed by The Morgan School Drama Club. The actors were Senior Kayla Burt, Senior Andrew Tessman, Senior Cara Morello, Senior Seth Warner, Junior Sarah Jackson, and lastly Junior Brendan Elrick. 213 more words

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GRCC In the News, 11-30-15

Apprenticeship program aims to create health care careers

Nov. 27, 2015; Grand Rapids Business Journal

A new apprenticeship program that will be offered by a trio of community colleges in West Michigan beginning in January is aimed at creating careers in the health care field. 659 more words

"Hamilton" Achieves Crossover Success

By Emma Gordon

How does a Broadway cast recording made from an eight hundred-page biography of a forgotten Founding Father turn out to be a crossover chart-topping hit? 685 more words


FIT Honors Transatlantic Nightlife Queen

If you think the music and fashion stopped after Studio 54 shut its doors to Liza, Liz, Andy, Calvin, Halston, and Yves, FIT’s club-scene exhibition, … 685 more words


Come Watch with Me! (Jessica Jones, Netflix)

Here is why I’m stoked about Netflix’s latest endeavor into the Marvel universe, Jessica Jones:

  • a unique take on the ever-popular crime drama, filled with slinky, jazzy nods to classic film noir styling of the 30’s and 40’s (think Humphrey Bogart with an extra shot of sass and snark),
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Deconstructing Hamilton, III: Motivating Factors

By Tara Dalton

“You have married an Icarus; he has flown too close to the sun.”

Throughout “Hamilton,” a continuing motif is control. Characters giving in to obstacles, rising above them, and even molding their chances to their benefit; it feels as though life is treated as a game, one in which moves are made with purpose and time is limited. 607 more words


Artivism and Expression: An interview with Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay

It’s been a busy year for artist and activist Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay, who will be celebrating her birthday this December.  Since January, it’s been almost non-stop schedule for her as she and other members of the Lao Minnesotan community take note of numerous key anniversaries for the community such as the 40th anniversary of the Lao Diaspora, the 20th anniversary of the SatJaDham Lao Literary Project, and the fifth anniversary of the first National Lao American Writers Summit and the United Nations Convention on Cluster Munitions. 1,317 more words