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Artists to View: Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze

Artists to View: Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze

If there is one thing I am obsessed with, in terms of art, it would be portraits. And not just any portraits, but those that have been abstracted in nonsensical…

Black History Month, not week

Black History Month would not exist if it wasn’t for Carter G. Woodson, “the Father of Black History”. Carter G. Woodson was an American historian, author, journalist and the founder…

Engagements

College can be where some students find the person they will marry. For seniors Abby Baldocchi and Mike Gertz, Rebecca Guinea and Christian Jones, and R.L. Aldridge and Manda Landrey,…

Meet the Courier Staff: Casey Schute

Meet the Courier Staff: Casey Schute

“Basically doing a jigsaw every week, there are infinite right fits and occasionally missing pieces, that creates chaos,” says Graphic and Layout Editor, Casey Schute. Tasked with creating the overall…

Feelings from the Features Editor

Let’s get right to it. Instead of sounding like a broken record, I’m going to briefly remind you of what I say every week. These are my thoughts and my…

Feelings from the Features Editor

Let’s get right to it. Instead of sounding like a broken record, I’m going to briefly remind you of what I say every week. These are my thoughts and my…

Feelings from the Features Editor

Feelings from the Features Editor

Despite having hundreds of thousands of thoughts in this past week alone, I feel compelled to write more descriptively on a select few. These reoccurring notions have had a profound…

Artist to Watch: Rilke Guillen

Artist to Watch: Rilke Guillen

I would like to start by saying that I am in no way related to Rilke Guillén, even though we share the same last name and we’re both Mexican. However,…