REVIEWS  

June 9, 2018

                This second season of the hit Netflix show based off the novel by Jay Asher picks off five months after the events of season one. The trial to prove that Hannah’s school was responsible for her suicide is set to begin. We see the show’s hero, Clay is now dating Skye and even sets out to get a tattoo in memory of Hannah (which leads to Clay passing out, but he does redeem himself in the end). We see how each of...

May 30, 2018

          The Handmaid’s Tales season two has reached its midway point with the very explosive episode, First Blood—but more on that later. This focus of this  season is consequence. In the first season, we are introduced to the dystopian world where the totalitarian and highly religious government known as Gileadtakes control after a bloody civil war. Women are horribly subjugated, and under the new laws are not allowed to wo...

February 26, 2018

On February 21st, Sheryl St. Germain came to Penn State Harrisburg to promote and read sections of her new book The Small Door of Your Death. This book is very dark and emotional because it expresses the feelings of a mother whose son overdosed on heroin and ultimately passing away. The room of the event was small and intimate for the audience and the author. She was introduced by a Penn State Harrisburg student that spoke all...

January 18, 2018

The campus of Franklin and Marshall had opened its doors to the public shortly after the semester started to the first production of the 2018 F&M Player season. Legally Blonde the musical is based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture. There are still three chances to see the show: Friday 7:30PM, Saturday 2:00PM & 7:30PM.

The first song in the musical is an entire ensemble song titled “Omig...

October 3, 2017

              North and Central by Bob Hartley follows Andy, a thirty-five-year-old bartender on Chicago’s West Side in the late 1970s.  He has spent years watching the neighborhood fall into decline and serving drinks to the city’s corrupt cops.  At the start of the novel, Andy begins to question how long the city will survive with the current crime rates — which are steadily increasing as the city steadily declines.  Despera...

June 23, 2017

When I was fifteen, I felt lost, and that was hardly unusual. Who knows who they are at fifteen, much less who they’re going to be? The popular crowd? I didn’t even know who they were. My nerd friends? Definitely not. Those smart kids in my AP gov. class who wouldn’t give me the time of day? Eh, unlikely.

Lani Garver didn’t know who he was either, or maybe he did. Either way, nobody else could tell. One of the main conceits in...

April 28, 2017

April 20, 2017

Presented two nights in a row, on Thursday and Friday: April 20-21 at 7pm, The Penn State Harrisburg Chamber Singers, Campus Choir, and Concert Band performed passionately, as always. The Fall play and Spring ’18 musical were both announced, as well as the listing of the four Standard Music courses (MUSIC 76, 82, 88, & 104) including the newly offered, “Chamber Orchestra (arg18@psu.edu), MUSIC 76: Tuesdays 3:05-5...

April 28, 2017

PSH School of Humanities- Masters Project Presentation

April 24, 2017

A Theatrical Review

“Exciting, Surprising, Satirical, Wild, Insightful, Inspirational… Martian!”

Truly a perceptive window into Humanities in Theatre medium, sparking ontological upsurge in the audience’s hearts. The author, Humanities Graduate Student, Sarah Pavlick is completing her Master of Arts degree, and on Monday, we were privileged to participate in a s...

April 17, 2017

April 6th, 7th, & 8th, 2017 – Penn State Harrisburg’s Spring Production

Life outside your apartment is Only For Now, and anyone who missed Penn State Harrisburg’s prestigious performance of Broadway’s Avenue Q will admit their regrets after hearing the hype resonating from this inaugural musical on the brand new stage in the Student Enrichment Center (SEC) building. Cosmically all witnessing hearts were transformed, regardless...

April 10, 2017

STAUNTON, Va. – The opening run of Emma Whipday’s Shakespeare’s Sister has sadly come to an end at the American Shakespeare Center. Whipday’s fictional account of Shakespeare’s sister, Judith who is an aspiring playwright. Shakespeare did have a sister named Joan, but she lived out her life in Stratford. But in 1929 Virginia Woolf wrote an essay, “A Room of One’s Own,” in which she wrote: “Let me imagine, since the facts are s...

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