The show on Thursday, April 7, 2022, at Downs Hall took on some hot topics but the execution was excellent. Before the show even started you could tell that it was going to be a good one with the layout and some more traditional Scottish songs playing. The production happened in a theater in the round where the audience sat around the stage and could be viewed from all angles. Once the show started it took off and kept going!
It’s the start of a chilly Spring semester here at Adrian College, and no one on campus is more excited to see you than your very own Adrian campus squirrels! Though many college campuses boast about their squirrels, there is something particularly remarkable about the erratic, strange, and sometimes violent nature of these spectacular local critters that we get to call our own.
Sporting nearly one billion worldwide players, over half of these are adults who play regularly, chess is one of the world’s most popular hobbies. Despite this resounding popularity around the globe, organized chess is nonexistent in Lenawee County.
Director Matt Reeves’ The Batman does not play out like a traditional superhero movie. It does not pay homage to or mimic the tropes of the many Marvel superhero action movies that have flooded the movie market in the past decade. Indeed, most of the classic Batman franchise trappings: the Batmobile, the gadgets, the butler, and the villains are all completely reimagined, recreated to fit this film’s interpretation of the character.
On Feb. 24, a conflict began in Ukraine after Vladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, authorized a full-scale military invasion of the country. This came after months of a Russian military buildup along Ukraine’s borders, and diplomatic back-and-forth between Russia and various Western state powers.
In elementary school, there was a time I longed for the pink or blue ribbons my classmates pinned proudly to their shirts. The words “I’m a big brother” or “I’m a big sister” always elicited a cheerfully explosive response from a group of students, and teachers paused class to revel in photos of freshly swaddled babies
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics wrapped up last Sunday, but not without significant controversy regarding the human rights record of its host country, China.
The sequel to the award-winning production The Crucible, was created by playwright Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and brought to life in the eyes of Adrian Theater Professor Joe Zettelmaier and put on by Adrian theater students.
As we near the end of November, we begin to approach one of the most highly controversial days of the year: Thanksgiving.
“The Outer Worlds” (Obsidian, 2019) is the love child of a graphic novel and a good, old-fashion, video game.