LIAM EASLEY, A&E EDITOR Not a sound beyond the soft hum of the tractor pulling…
October is a month filled with many Halloween and Fall festivities. While Waverly has no haunted houses, there are some attractions within the area for students to visit during the spooky season.
Previous Orchestra Director Jacob Tews left Wartburg’s music faculty in August and Sam Stapleton, the new visiting strings professor from Iowa City, joined the faculty.
The image of rainfall comes to mind when listening to the melancholy standards of the latest Tove Lo offering, “Sunshine Kitty.” As an album of 14 songs, and 40 minutes total, this is short for a pop album.
“What’s really fascinating about this collection is that there’s a lot of great artworks by people that many people are familiar with, like they hear the name ‘Picasso,” they hear the name ‘Matisse,’ there’s a print by Dali … to have something like that here is kind of a great way to give an all-encompassing look at artwork,” Kramer-Weston said.
The end of summer is sad for many, and this is highlighted on Alessia Cara’s new EP, “This Summer.”
Many know the tale of the itsybitsy spider, but director Micah Gallo’s “Itsy Bitsy” is focused on a not-so-tiny arachnid.
The Lumineers broke into the mainstream in 2012 with the smash hit, “Ho Hey.”
The Department of Art at Wartburg College provides students the ability to communicate with discipline and imagination while understanding the visual world. There are four emphases Art and Design, including Studio Art, Graphic Design, Art Education K-8 and Art Education 5-12.
Hollywood goes in and out of phases, and one of its most recent phases biopics are on the rise.