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Dinner at Ray’s – An Original Piece by Bridget Atkinson Moore

Bridget Atkinson Moore Dinner at Ray’s RAY- Stay at home father VERONICA- Working mother with postpartum depression PATRICIA- Overworked, caring mother JACKSON- Bachelor party man (An immaculate dining room with a long table and six matching chairs perfectly placed around it. The room is well decorated and all of the paintings, potted plants and knick-knacks … Continue reading

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Review of Coe College’s Presentation of “Much Ado About Nothing” by Melissa Schmitt

Shakespeare is very well known, even in present times. English classes generally teach about one of his many plays. After going to Much Ado About Nothing at Coe College, I was pleasantly surprised. Much Ado is one of my favorite Shakespeare plays, mostly because it is an outrageous comedy. I was already familiar with the … Continue reading

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Poetry Book Review: Claudia Rankine’s “Citizen” by Grace Augustin

Claudia Rankine’s Citizen is a 2014 critically acclaimed poetry book that makes an intelligent and thought-provoking addition to the current conversation of race, politics, and inequality. For this book, Rankine is a finalist for the 2014 National Book Award in Poetry, winner of the Poets and Writers’ Jackson Poetry Prize, and winner of the 2015 … Continue reading

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Black Panther Review by Tamia Whiters

Marvel’s 2018 Black Panther directed by Ryan Coogler is a masterful film that spliced engaging fictional visuals with subliminal political messages. Black Panther takes place in a fictional African country referred to as Wakanda. Wakandan society is not a real African country, however, it painted a realistic picture of the rich African culture. The fictional … Continue reading