Articles By: Noelle Brake

‘I Hate Hamlet’ brings comedy to Shakesperian acting

‘I Hate Hamlet’ brings comedy to Shakesperian acting

Theatre Tuscaloosa is bringing Shakespeare with a twist to the stage this month. They will perform “I Hate Hamlet,” a dramatic comedy by Paul Rudnick April 5-7 and 10-14. The plot follows Andrew Rally, an accomplished actor whose TV career is at a standstill, and is offered a position on stage as Hamlet. The only problem? Andrew hates Hamlet. He […]

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Engineering students take stage

The College of Engineering Does Amateur Radical Theatre is a group of primarily engineering students out to prove the College of Engineering is a creative place, not just numbers, technology and science. Founded in 2007, the group consists of roughly 50 members. While mainly a theatre performance group, the CDA does also offer a social outlet to its members. “We […]

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Spotify offers students a variety of music

Music is slowly evolving over time, from records to 8-tracks, from tapes to CDs. Now, however, streaming music is becoming more and more popular, with sites like Pandora and iHeart Radio and software like Spotify available at your fingertips. Spotify is a European software that was developed in 2007 and launched in the U.S. in 2011. It’s a streaming software, […]

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Creative co-op to showcase student gallery in Lloyd

On Friday, students will get to see the work of their peers in Creative Co-op’s first gallery of student art. The gallery, titled “The Aesthetic,” will display a collection of student work that will be available to purchase. The opening will display extra art that night only, which will not be for sale. “The Aesthetic contains several artists’ work, all […]

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Alternative band Tegan and Sara’s new album ‘Heartthrob’ features touching lyrics, beats

It’s no secret that alternative bands are getting more and more recognized as the music industry expands. One of those bands, Tegan and Sara, is getting more clout with each new song or new bout of activism. When they released their new album, “Heartthrob,” it blew up everywhere, and with good reason. The new album has a very techno-pop feel, […]

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