Written by Jeremy M Albert
This Veteran’s Day marks seven years since being discharged from the United States Army; I am officially reaching the point where when having a conversation with a younger Veteran or current service member, I begin with “Back in my day…”
Photos and Writing By Taylor Cosalter
The cold breeze swirls leaves of muted tones across a once bustling schoolyard. Across the yard stands a behemoth of an academic facility. Walking up to this massive building, you almost feel a sense of power in its looming stories and massive columns adorning the front of the building.
Written by Kenna Hixenbaugh
What makes a place haunted? Is it the myths that change over time to become the elders’ well-known facts or is it these facts that have become twisted and rearranged into a new one with each generation it touches?
On Jan. 27, the Frick Pittsburgh virtually arranged “Ekphrasis: Poetic Responses to Victorian Radicals” over Zoom, where poets from Pittsburgh were able to create poems based on Victorian art being showcased in the museum. They had the opportunity to explore the museum and choose their art piece.
The month of February celebrates many concepts, one of which being love. The love we have for a significant other, our family, and our friends. But why do we celebrate this day in February and how did it come about?