“Big Eyes” a relatable, thought provoking film that retains Burtonesque qualities

19 January 2015

Student Writer Hannah Kloppenburg reviews Tim Burton’s “Big Eyes.” She finds that the film offers a new, more relatable side of Burton that still retains the dark edginess he is known for. The film also profits from thought provoking performances by lead actress and actor Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.

Ronald Radford: a history of Tulsa-born Flamenco guitarist

19 January 2015

Features Editor Morgan Krueger sheds light on Ronald Radford’s backstory and his path to Flamenco.

Ronald Radford: a review of Tulsa-born Flamenco guitarist

19 January 2015

Student Writer Meagan Collins found Ronald Radford's performance intimate and eclectic.

“The Pinkprint” moves away from Nicki Minaj’s pop past, back to rap roots

19 January 2015

Student Writer Eric DiGiacomo reviews Nicki Minaj’s most recent album “The Pinkprint,” in which Minaj chronicles her life and pulls on her musical background, including more rap than singing and a tribute to her Trinidadian heritage.

“Are You My Mother?”: an existentialist fever dream

19 January 2015

Late one night, Managing Editor Conor Fellin was visited in his sleep by the ghosts of a few of the great so-called existentialists. They shared with him unspeakable tales about the banality and meaninglessness of the afterlife. Additionally, each shared his own adaptation of the children’s book “Are You My Mother?”, with which the ghosts showed a mysterious obsession. The stories are reproduced in part below.

Merry Christmas and a futile New Year

8 December 2014

Existentialism Editor Will Boogert waxes poetic on the materialism of Christmas, the futility of the New Year and the merits of eventually abandoning all religious affiliation to worship the Void.

Glow on the Green rings in the holiday season

8 December 2014

Student Writer Joe Watkins describes the holiday magic at the Guthrie Green’s annual Glow on the Green market and festival.

“Objective” game review: Bayonetta 2 uses buttons and control sticks to perform actions

8 December 2014

Thanks to the #Gamergate movement, the Collegian has realized that video games should be reviewed objectively with no mention of art or social context. To fulfill this goal, Collegian Expat Patrick Creedon, Variety Editor Abigail LaBounty and Managing Editor Conor Fellin share their experiences of “Bayonetta 2.”

Stead lights up Chapman Commons

8 December 2014

Student Writer Vanessa Siemers relates the festivities at Night Light, the annual event hosted by President Upham wherein carols are sung, cookies are eaten and the Chapman Commons are lit by thousands of blue Christmas lights.

Music Review

8 December 2014
Meagan Collins,