Category: Arts & Entertainment

Man-Thing, Elsa, and Werewolves! Oh My!

A Review of Marvel’s First “Special Presentation,” Werewolf by Night ’Tis the season to be spooky (even if this is published after Halloween). Marvel has truly put out a visual masterpiece with Werewolf by Night, which eloquently meets the demands of monster movie mayhem. Werewolf by Night is a black and white special presentation film […]

Nina Miscioscia '24

Happily “Never” After

A beloved book series comes to life In May of 2013, the first book in the School for Good and Evil series by Soman Chainani was released. After nine years, it has become one of the most popular young adult novels, has had five additional installments to the series, and most recently, has been turned […]

Madelyn Young '25

Passing the Medallion

Liam Hemsworth set to replace Henry Cavill in Season 4 of Netflix’s hit show, The Witcher This past Saturday, Netflix announced that a new actor will play Geralt of Rivia in the fourth season of The Witcher, stating that Liam Hemsworth will take the place of Henry Cavill in the fantasy series after three seasons. […]

Liz Keating '24

It’s Not Exhausting Always Rooting for Taylor

A Review of Taylor Swift’s New Album, Midnights After two years of re-recording her music, Taylor Swift has finally returned with original songs for her 10th studio album, Midnights. In a historic release, Midnights has already smashed streaming records and has become this year’s best-selling album. Swift has proven once again that she is on top […]

Olivia Riportella '25

Providence College Students Tune In

WDOM’s Events Continue to Get Better On Oct. 28, Providence College’s radio station, WDOM, held its annual “Tune In With WDOM” event. Six student performers and bands performed for their peers in the crisp autumn air. While there was consternation about attendance due to the event falling on the first day of Halloweekend, Tune In […]

Jack Downey '23

Film Review: Prey 

A Thoughtful Reinvention of a Cult Classic Despite being a cult classic in the genre of slightly campy, ’80s sci-fi action Predator (1987) has always had its challenges with sequels. You would think that making a movie based largely on a handful of very intense people fighting an invisible crab man in an exotic locale […]

Patrick Smith '26

The Best Books for Fall

From Horror to Poetry, the Best Books You Want to Read This Fall  With fall having just begun and Halloween right around the corner, what better time for some perfect fall reads? Whether it be a murder mystery to get you in that Halloween mood, or just a book that makes you want to curl […]

Liz Keating '24

Rock and Roll Returns

A Retrospective of The Latest Student Concert at The Met Last academic year, there were three concerts featuring Providence College students at The Met in Pawtucket, RI. With each show featuring student bands, the turnouts were always in the hundreds, and the crowds loved every second of it. The student who orchestrated much of what […]

Jack Downey '23

Most Popular Halloween Costumes

What to Wear to Impress Your “Boo” This Year With Halloween just around the corner, time is running out to choose an amazing costume for the spookiest time of the year. There are many factors that go into selecting the perfect Halloween costume, such as character relevance, current style fads, and the setting of where […]

Claudia Fennell '24

On Wednesdays, We Wear Pink!

PPAC Kicks off their Broadway Series with Mean Girls Did you know that the popular teenage chick-flick Mean Girls is now also a musical? Mean Girls: The Musical is currently on tour and hit the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) during the first week of October. The musical was written by a creative team who […]

Abigail Levasseur '24