Category: Arts & Entertainment

Burning Man Festival

On Sunday, Aug. 27 the annual Burning Man festival kicked off in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. While many attendees were excited and looking forward to the events to come, things quickly took a turn for the worse. The festival itself takes place every year on a dried-up lake bed. Nevada is typically known for being […]

Riley Coyne ’24

The Bear, Season 2 

Content Warning: This article includes mention of suicide; read at your discretion. If this is a topic you are sensitive to, please jump ahead. With shots of gourmet meals, screaming fights, ticking clocks, and tender family moments, all set to an impressive soundtrack, season two of The Bear packs a punch. After a successful first […]

Mary Catherine Craig

Lindemann Family Returns 33 Stolen Antiquities to Cambodia

This past week, the family of the late billionaire art collector, George Lindemann, agreed to return 33 pieces of artwork from their collection that had been stolen from Cambodia. Mr. Lindemann was an American billionaire businessman who made his fortune as chief executive officer of the Southern Union fossil fuel company. Lindemann was an avid […]

Claudia Fennell '24

Olivia Rodrigo Spills Her Guts

Olivia Rodrigo had the internet in hysterics two weeks ago when she released her sophomore album, Guts, on Sept. 8. While her first album, Sour, was filled with sappy, intimate, and heartbreaking ballads that took over the nation, Guts is filled with pop-punk bangers with hilarious yet witty lines (“I wanna meet his mom/ just […]

Caitlin Ariel '24

O Friar, Where Art Thou?

By Ian Gualtiere ’27 This past Thursday, Sept. 14, a  group of freshmen had the ability to step into a world of Homeric epics, southern folk music, and Depression Era Mississippi, all from the comfort of Guzman Hall. In an extra credit assignment for DWC 101, Father Dominic Verner, O.P., held a showing of the […]

Ian Gualtiere ’27

2023 VMAs: A Night of Stars, Surprises, and Showstoppers

The 2023 MTV Video Music Awards, commonly known as the VMAs, or “music’s most iconic night,” were held on a star-studded evening that brought together some of the biggest names in the music industry. This annual event is renowned for its ability to showcase not only exceptional musical performances, but also cutting-edge fashion and unexpected […]

Liz Keating '24

Button Eyes, Blue Hair, and the BeldamA Closer Look at Henry Selick’s Coraline

Warning: Spoilers ahead! The 2009 Laika Studios film Coraline, based on Neil Gaiman’s book of the same name, was a hit upon its release, making nearly $125 million at the box office. While it was marketed as a family-friendly movie, it has since become popular with all ages. Most of its original audience was too […]

Madelyn Young '25