The Beatles: The greatest rock band ever?

By Amanda Seamayer Staff Writer Music, like most art forms, is subjective. In other words, what one person may like, another could skip over; therefore, making it very hard to critique. After all, critiques are just strongly worded opinion pieces. However, that still doesn’t stop music lovers from debating which band is the best. Many will argue that the English band, … [Read more...]

“Good Time” is a more than just a title

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor Fresh off its premiere and Palm d’Or nomination at the Cannes Film Festival in August, “Good Time” is a non-stop thrill ride that has not permeated the crime-drama genre in a while. Catapulted by magnificent performances, fresh direction and a unique score, this film is one that is definitely worth checking out, despite how … [Read more...]

Kesha makes a comeback

By Lindsay Wigo Editorial Editor Kesha Sebert, previously known as Ke$ha but currently known as just Kesha, has come a long way since her first breakthrough song “TiK ToK” in 2010. For those who do not know anything about Kesha, she is a 30-year-old American singer, rapper, and songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. However, she has done anything but blend in with the … [Read more...]

DSU Historical Film Series to Make Debut

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor On Wednesday, Sept. 20, DeSales University’s history program and TV/film department will be joining forces to present the inaugural screening of their Historical Film Series: “Reel” History. The free event is at 7 p.m. in the Air Product Room of the Trexler Library, and features a film screening and discussion centered around … [Read more...]

Don’t Cry for Me William Shakespeare, the Truth Is I’ll Be Back Next Year

By Antonia Spano Layout Editor DeSales University hosts the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, also known as PSF, every summer, using the Labuda Center for Performing Arts and includes staff from the performance arts department. This year’s lineup of shows included “The Hounds of the Baskervilles,” “The Three Musketeers” and the festival’s namesake William Shakespeare’s … [Read more...]