Sarai Walker, the author of “Dietland,” visited TU to discuss the pressure to be thin and the influence behind her book.
The play, written by a TU professor, directly places the audience among the eloquent speech, intricate dance and historically-minded philosophy of an underrepresented era.
Twelve student films, many complete with original scores, made their TU debut at the Lorton Performing Arts Center on Monday, March 6th. The films ranged from the futuristic “116” to racially charged “House Jazz.” At the end of the evening, Chandler Barrett’s “House Jazz” took home the awards for Best Picture and Audience Choice. During […]
“Lysistrata” is a well-executed contemporary take on a Greek classic.
The 44-minute record contains a vast array of sounds and emotions that are sure to stick with the listener for a long time.
We’ve got one easy trick – could it change your life?
After banning multiple news organizations from White House press conferences, Press Secretary Sean Spicer has begun briefing Know Your Meme reporters.
Someone told John about the political and economic ideas of Karl Marx, and now he won’t shut the fuck up about it.
A white guy at a party started rapping along to the explicit version of Kanye’s “Gold Digger,” and he doesn’t seem like he’s gonna avoid certain words.
A State-Run writer had a few epiphanies while on spring break, which were definitely unrelated to any substances he was ingesting.