As the title suggests, the play followed a mysterious story of gaslighting, a form of psychological manipulation.
Imagine you’re stuck in the Chick-fil-A drive-thru when a pair of beavers start making noises and fixing their gargantuanly sized cowboy hats.
The problem with writing debut albums is that often bands try to create a new identity for themselves.
Sometimes, an album comes along that speaks to the intricacies of human love without any lack of economy.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior will have performances of “Gaslight,” Nov. 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m., and Nov. 17 and 24 at 2:00 p.m.
The screening gave students a chance to see the documentary’s 40-minute exploration of contentious program cuts made in the fall of 2017.
This week’s record, “Altogether,” by emo/dream pop band Turnover, is a turn toward a new era for the group.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior’s annual drag show was held Oct. 26, 2019. It began in recognition of the indigenous peoples’ land UWS resides on. T Leeper was the host of the night and they were as good, if not better than their hosting last spring.
Some students had prepared PowerPoint presentations, while others had made posters that presented their information. The presentations were roughly 15 minutes long and included findings on a range of topics including pollution, social issues, and political issues.
Starting with a proposal last winter, Njau and her mentor, associate writing professor Julie Gard, worked throughout the summer to create her written project “Crossing Generations: Women’s Experience in Fiction.”
Whenever I studied during the formative years of my associate’s degree, I blared the most mindless music I could acquire.
Perhaps I’m tired. Perhaps the problem, too, is of expectation. When I think of outgrowing music, I think of my friends and I who all unironically listened to nu-metal in junior high.