See me after class

See Me After Class is a weekly column where a different professor reveals their variety favorites. Brad Carson is the 21st president of TU and former U.S. Under Secretary of the Army. He received his B.A. from Baylor University, a second B.A. from the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and his J.D. from […]

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ (But I am)

Harry Styles and Chris Pine take the Internet by storm with spitting incident Any Harry Styles fan could tell you about his iconic tour performances of his song “Kiwi.” He jumps around the stage, dancing crazily and, as a finale, fills up his mouth with water and spews it up into the air like a […]

Banned Book Week: staff picks

The Collegian Staff discuss some of their favorite books that have survived through censorship campaigns. Zach: I would be remiss if I didn’t mention “Ulysses” as a favorite banned book of mine. Banned or burned in much of the English-speaking world, the book follows two protagonists to recount a single day in Dublin on June […]

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Music and Mayhem with Maddie

In this weekly column, our managing editor Maddie Walters talks to musicians about their craft. Music and Mayhem with Maddie continues with Philadelphia’s Roger Harvey. Harvey’s first two albums, “Twelve Houses” and “Two Coyotes,” show his journey as an artist, working his way through the genres of punk, alt-rock and indie. In 2019, he found […]

The devil works hard, but Taylor Swift works harder

Taylor Swift’s big story behind the release date of her next album Once again, Taylor Swift is taking the internet by storm with the announcement of her 10th album. At the VMAs on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2022 Taylor (drunkenly, according to fan speculation) announced the release of her new album “Midnights,” which will be released […]

National Hispanic Heritage Month: Events to attend and why we celebrate

Eva Salas walks us through the history of this month long holiday and events you can attend to celebrate. Hispanic Heritage Month starts on Thursday, September 15 and ends on Saturday, October 15. This national celebration of Hispanic heritage, as recognized by the United States government, started out as only being observed for one week […]

A Review of Nope (2022)

Don’t say nope to this Have you ever been to a rural area such as a farmland or ranch and gotten the feeling of something not seeming right, something that could be related to extraterrestrial beings? If you have, you should check out this 2022 horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele. Even if […]

See me after class

See Me After Class is a weekly column where a different professor reveals their variety favorites. Dr. Kate Williams is an adjunct professor of composition who received her B.A. from Oakland University, M.D. from Eastern Michigan University and Ph.D from TU. She worked her way from freelancer to business owner, founding her very own company […]

“House of the Dragon” takes different path as a fantasy series

“Game of Thrones” Prequel is the show to watch and here’s why. “Game of Thrones” is back with arguably the biggest show on streaming right now, next to the new “Lord of The Rings” show. This new show, titled “House of The Dragon,” is a prequel to the original series, taking place 172 years before […]