Arts & Entertainment

WOLFstock draws big crowd

WOLFstock draws big crowd

Photo Credit: Anndrea Ours People lined the Campus Center patio, halls and ballroom to get a taste of the WOLFstock festivities. The smell of barbeque lingered outside while students played Cornhole trying to win prizes. Inside the ballroom,...

 

Mumford & Sons rock Duluth two nights in a row

Mumford & Sons rock Duluth two nights in a row

Photo credit: Cassidy Chreene and Molly Stassfort Mumford & Sons wowed crowds at the Infinite Energy in Duluth, Ga., with back- Photo credit: Cassidy Chreene and Molly Stassfort to-back performances on April 11 and 12 as part of their Wilder...

 

“God’s Not Dead 2” addresses religion and the American public school system

“God’s Not Dead 2” addresses religion and the American public school system

Photo Credit: Pure Flix Entertainment” “God’s Not Dead 2”, the sequel to the 2014 “God’s Not Dead”, addresses an issue highly prevalent in the American media and society: the idea of the separation of...

 

Shadow People flock to Atlanta’s Psychedelic Swamp

Shadow People flock to Atlanta’s Psychedelic Swamp

Photo Credit: Molly Stassfort The line down Roswell Road was a confusing site for Atlanta drivers. Hippies, hipsters and everything in between stood on the sidewalk waiting for the doors to open. A sold out show packed the venue, leaving little...

 

“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”: Dynamic and dense at the same time

“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”: Dynamic and dense at the same time

Photo Credit: Warner Brothers Pictures “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is not a classic comic hero movie, yet it is not a total clunker either. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 29 percent approval rating, but it is much better than...

 

Fans say opa! to “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2”

Fans say opa! to “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2”

The sequel to “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” released by Universal Pictures on March 25, will have you crying, “Opa!” It was a long 14 years for fans wanted to know what was going on in the lives of the Portokalos. The movie brought back...

 

FOX’s “The Passion” is a must-watch

FOX’s “The Passion” is a must-watch

“The Passion,” FOX’s live musical production that aired March 20, inspired and awed viewers through a creative and modern recount of Jesus Christ’s last days and crucifixion. The musical utilized areas in New Orleans, La., as the backdrop...

 

New name, new sound to start tour for Glass Mansions

New name, new sound to start tour for Glass Mansions

With a new name and new music to share, Glass Mansions, a female-fronted electro-rock band from South Carolina, kicked off their 10th self-booked and self-funded tour on March 3. Formerly known as Death of Paris, the band is scheduled to play...

 

Award-winning author discusses racist childhood in new book

Award-winning author discusses racist childhood in new book

Photo Credit: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill Jim Grimsley, author of notable works such as “Winter Birds” and “Dream Boy,” brings forth a memoir about real people and real lessons he learned during his childhood. In his newest book “How...

 

CDI, SGA and Anthropology Department partner for 7th annual Multicultural Festival

CDI, SGA and Anthropology Department partner for 7th annual Multicultural Festival

  Photo Credit: Center of Diversity and Inclusion There was a line outside of the door of the UWG Campus Center Ballroom. At last year’s festival, students, faculty and Carroll County citizens waited their turn to experience a taste of...

 
 
 
 

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