UCC’s winter term play had a successful run from Feb. 25 to March 6. Directed by Adjunct Theatre Faculty Christina Allaback, the play adapted the classic Greek play by Aristophanes that dates back to 411 B.C. Allaback chose this work as she, “felt the UCC student community really needed [the comedy].”
You’re preparing for a job interview, date or first day at a new school. You go to your closet and contemplate what to wear. You want to make a good impression, so you choose something stylish and probably in your one of your favorite colors. After all, if you wear the most recent trend or your favorite color, how could you go wrong? Unfortunately the wrong color choice can make or break you in some instances.
Spring encourages the desire to break out our colorful clothes; however, that doesn’t mean that you have to buy a new wardrobe. The clothes that you already love may just need a little spicing up. A pair of scissors and 30 minutes can upcycle drab or old clothes into something unique. This tutorial will explain how to upcycle an ordinary t-shirt into a work of wearable art.
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.” So begins Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice, which readers have enjoyed since first published in 1813. The book has been adapted many times in both written and film forms.
Difficulty Level: Easy Supplies: Sharpie markers: multiple colors Glass: look for glass in packaging which says microwave or oven safe; glass in a picture frame, plates, bowls, mugs and stemware usually work Desired design Rubbing alcohol or white vinegar Rag or paper towel Oven Clean baking sheet Gloves I have made my fair share of craft projects from Pinterest and YouTube, some that were simple and easy, and others that were dreadful and just down right impossible. But not all online crafts are bad. I found this Sharpie Art on Glass project on both Pinterest and YouTube, which usually means it’s accomplishable. It was so
As a student, you spend a lot of time indoors. Many days you never see sunlight, especially prior to mid-terms and finals. Periods of time like this can leave you in a low mood and just a little on the cranky side. It would be easy to blame the work load, but the culprit may really be a Vitamin D deficiency.
A couple of years ago, we took a coastal road trip down Highway 1 and ended up at Monterey Bay, California, where I re-discovered Shepherd Pie at a local British pub. I had it once when I was young, but Shepherd Pie was not something I had on a regular basis growing up and, for the most part, I forgot it even existed until I saw it on that menu. Now Shepherd Pie makes a regular appearance in our dinner rotation, specifically when it’s my turn to cook.
Student activist sues government over climate change impact UCC student Jacob Lebel and a group known as Our Children’s Trust are attacking climate change by suing those who have the power to make a difference, but as of now have not.
This year will see the release of six superhero films. In a genre that has become stagnant in its complacency, fatigue has set in. “Deadpool,” 20th Century Fox’s re-do/apology for the Deadpool character shown in 2009’s “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” however, brings back the energy.