Dreams. Dreams are what keeps us going in this confusing, sometimes even bleak world. They’re what we burn for in a feverish sweat in the
Month: February 2018
OP ED: FINSTA OR RINSTA?
In this new age of technology and platforms of “over-sharing” exists the ever-growing journaling concept unlike any other that is, plain and simple, a finsta:
THE STATE OF OUR UNION
Unity, “America first,” historic unemployment and rising wealth. These were just a few of the topics covered in the recent State of the Union address
THE CATHOLIC NEWMAN CLUB HOSTS ASH WEDNESDAY
This Valentine’s Day corresponded with the Catholic holiday of Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of Lent, a season of fasting and atonement wherein practitioners
UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS’ ORCHESTRA PERFORMS 9TH SYMPHONY
On Wednesday Feb. 14, Valentine’s day, crowds filed into the Memorial Chapel at 7:50 p.m. as the University of Redlands Orchestra, with Bel Canto, Chapel
THE LARAMIE PROJECT: AN UNFORTUNATELY RELEVANT STORY IN 2018
The Theatre Arts Department of the University of Redlands is presenting a powerful play called The Laramie Project at the Frederick Loewe Theatre, opening with
NBA ALL STAR GAME PREVIEW
When: Sunday, Feb. 18 | 5:20 p.m. PT TV: TNT & ESPN Radio, coverage begins at 4 p.m. PT With the 67th NBA All-Star
THE FLORIDA TRAGEDY: U OF R SHARES A SIMILAR SENTIMENT
The flag was at half-mast today at the University of Redlands in mourning of the victims of the eighth shooting at a U.S. school this
HYPNOGOGIA PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION: DREAMS AND NIGHTMARES
Hypnogogia is a photography exhibition on campus, at the University Art Gallery, displaying work by Tommi Cahill, an art professor at The University of Redlands.
VALENTINE’S DAY: BE MINE. BE KIND.
Valentine’s Day is here again! While some can’t wait to share this day with their special someone, others roll their eyes at even the sight