By Arts and Entertainment
The 2018 Beale Street Music Festival lineup has arrived. Do the selected artists for BSMF 2018 redeem the wildly ill-received lineup of last year? Read more to find out if the St. Mary’s community thinks so.
By Kate Stukenborg
In the past few years, it seems as if there has been more opportunity and less judgement surrounding genderfluid fashion. In “Flannel Shirts and Boys in Skirts,” A&E shares ideas and opinions about whether man buns, button-downs, and other traditionally feminine or masculine trends have ever truly “belonged” to a single gender.
By Evie Fowler
Most of the people who do not like country music have most likely not given it a try. Hopefully, this article will change that by showcasing the dedication, hard work, and love that several of the industries best songwriters, singers, and producers have for the genre. So, what are you waiting for? Read this article and spread the country love!
By: Ria Patel
Every two years, we get to enjoy watching the finest athletes of the world compete for medals and international fame. It became a way for people to share their talents with the world, however, the Olympics weren’t always open for everyone. Keep reading to find how the Olympics evolved to be one of the most inclusive, international competitions in the world.
By Lily Smith
In recent news, women in broadcast journalism have been criticized for the way that they look and dress on television. Read more to see how these women and others have responded to these attacks.
By Bella Zafer
Learn tips and tricks from cinematic pros and discover what it is like to go on the set of a major motion picture as Bella Zafer describes her experience on the New York City set of “The Irishman”, directed by Martin Scorsese.
By Phoebe Lusk-Hussong
Netflix and Spotify have finally released a collaboration: curated playlists for the characters of “Stranger Things.” Read more about this release and take the quiz to discover your own “Stranger Things” personality playlist!
By Kate Stukenborg
This year’s International Dinner, organized by the St. Mary’s Diversity Club, was a fantastic night of dancing, eating cultural foods, and drinking tea. Read more about how the Diversity Club and the International Dinner help show that a diverse student body makes for a more interesting community.
By Lily Smith and Elsie Morrow
European artist Isabelle de Borchgrave’s paper dresses are making their North American debut at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Read more about how de Borchgrave and other paper focused artists found their unique and beautiful medium.
By Kate Stukenborg and Phoebe Lusk-Hussong
The time to vote for who will be seen on stage at the annual Beale Street Music Fest has rolled back around. Remembering that last year’s lineup was met with disappointment, two Arts and Entertainment reporters conducted a poll to potentially uncover any differences in the preferences of St. Mary’s girls and that of the 901 community. See the results for yourself here!