Music in the Library: Vramensco Quartet

On the night of October 23, 2018, it was anything but quiet in the Littman Library. Indeed, the College of Architecture and Design’s library was bursting with playful, graceful, and downright powerful music as they…

Bellator Takes the Weekend

Two weeks ago, Bellator Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) hosted their 207th and 208th pay-per-view events. Bellator, the second largest MMA organization after the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), has been rising in popularity and raising the…

Dodge Poetry Festival Returns to Newark

The Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival is returning to Newark from Thursday, October 18 to Sunday, October 21. The Dodge Poetry Festival is the largest poetry event in North America and has been held on…

Panic at Global Citizen Festival

The Global Citizen Festival was initiated by the Global Poverty Project in 2012 as a movement to shed light on extreme poverty and the socioeconomic divides of society. It is held annually in New York…

Captain Toad: A Puzzle Lover’s Treasure Trove

Strap on your backpack and grab your pickaxe, it’s time for a treasure-hunting adventure! This 2014 spinoff Mariopuzzle “platformer” re-released on the Nintendo Switch and 3DS systems this past July and features the colorful and…

“Cat’s Cradle” by Kurt Vonnegut

Cat’s Cradle is an incomparable satirical comedy on modern man and his undertakings. However, it must be said that the novel was only acceptable because of Kurt Vonnegut’s use of humor. Cat’s Cradle takes on…