Quintessential Q&A Forum on Future Protocols

by Jade Francis The capricious corners of an academic journey during a pandemic certainly demand partial guidance and hope. The student forum of roughly twenty-five staff members and students, which President John Cox had facilitated on March 4, has alleviated the weight of this future slightly. His opening consisted of complimenting the community’s ability to … Continue reading Quintessential Q&A Forum on Future Protocols

The Pandemic has shifted the Public’s Platter

by Cole Allenby Photo provided by Cole Allenby During the winter months on Cape Cod, many local restaurants and eateries have been forced to instantly put away every potential platter to satisfy the pandemic’s orders. Given the minimal tourism this winter, less than usual, many feel that the future of restaurants is bleak. Throughout the … Continue reading The Pandemic has shifted the Public’s Platter

Ghosts of the Theatre: The Apparition of the Arts Survives

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

Situating One’s Path during Cross-Country Construction

by Peter Sammis When I first decided to move out to Denver, I was beyond excited. Filled with hope, I turned down a secure job, took a road trip with my friend, found an apartment, and moved without having visited previously. It seemed like a great opportunity to start fresh in a completely alien environment---the … Continue reading Situating One’s Path during Cross-Country Construction