By Wil Moser Image courtesy of Wil Moser. There is a certain tradition in theatre, which is known by almost every production company across the world. After a long day of rehearsals or performances, once the last actors and crew members leave the theatre for the night, a single active light is brought into the … Continue reading Ghosts of the Theatre: The Apparition of the Arts Survives
By Cole Allenby Image courtesy of Cole Allenby. When COVID-19 hit last March, there was confusion about the continuation of entertainment and athletic activities. Contact sports, such as football and soccer, had been initially banned along with the performative arts. While help was offered to rehabilitate stunted sports promptly through a progressive plan, many of … Continue reading Twirling through the Pandemic’s Tragedies
By Giana Pollock There is a popular idea that students should be attending college for practical reasons. Students do the Aviation program to go straight into the field of aviation. Others major in Nursing to get a nursing job right out of college. But what about liberal arts and English majors? These majors are commonly … Continue reading The practicality of majoring in liberal arts or english
By Alexandria Zine Within the Higgins Art Gallery, artist Sian Robertson, seizes a residency to highlight the channels in life that truly remain over time. Robertson plans to embellish the Higgins Art Gallery with her work around the ingenious paths that maps create in the mind. Her work was visible in the “One World” exhibition … Continue reading Artist in Residence uses maps to capture her life’s destination
By Katharine Lemiuex Set in the year of 1884, Enola Holmes is on a quest to find her runaway mother, outsmart her two older brothers, and find her inner self and freedom. It is a lot to handle for the sister of Sherlock Holmes, whose age and gender cause her much grief and a multitude … Continue reading Enola Holmes movie review
By Alexandria Zine The fastidious requirements of the pandemic have rustled the alignment of the Foreign Film Series, but not as greatly as one would think. The virtual series provides a curated list of foreign Academy-Award winners to watch on the Kanopy streaming service, and the option to potentially discuss the week’s film on Tuesday … Continue reading Foreign Film Series gives a virtual exploration of many cultures
By Alexandria Zine The resplendence of the art that reposes in the Higgins Art Gallery has encountered many setbacks, due to the pandemic, but the conveyance of wistfulness remains in place through virtual exhibitions on YouTube until MLK day on the 18th of January 2021. The central theme in the gallery is EarthJustice, and the … Continue reading The art of the Higgins art gallery’s virtual exhibition
By Mia Ruggiero Sea Change serves as the student literary and arts magazine for Cape Cod- Community College. It is a place where students, staff, and faculty alike can view and celebrate each other’s fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography. It is also a staple in the college’s history; with the first issue’s release dating … Continue reading Sea change stands strong with the tests of time
By Jarod Deegan Although Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) closed its campus to the public, Suitcase Stories Unpacked continued their planned training sessions online via Zoom. Giving people the training, they’d hoped for when they signed up for the lessons. “The trainer, Cheryl Hamilton, invited two of her regular Suitcase Storytellers to our Zoom meeting,” … Continue reading 4Cs hosted event Suitcase Stories Unpacked continues to move forward.
photo courtesy of vitalthrills.com By Garrett Spagone No film is safe from the inhibiting capabilities of COVID-19. Just about every single movie planned with a 2020 release date has been delayed to some extent, and for good reason too. With social distancing being the new norm, gathering an entire cast and crew for shooting is … Continue reading Movie release plans forced to change due to calls for social distancing.