Arts & Culture

‘The Revolutionists’ showcases unsung heroines of the French Revolution in ...

1793 wasn’t a very good year, friends. “The Revolutionists” is a political fantasy-comedy about four women living boldly during the ...

Kaniqua Robinson on religion as ‘the opiate of the masses’

“What is the idea about opiate of the masses? What did he mean?” Kaniqua Robinson asked the audience. She was ...

USFSP celebrates Diwali

USFSP held its annual Diwali Celebration in the Ballrooms Tuesday. Diwali, or Deepavali, is a Hindu-originated festival of lights. It’s ...

Highlights of USFSP’s 2018 Drag Show

USFSP celebrated its Annual Drag Show Monday. Hosted by OMAPB, BSA and Pride, the 2018 Drag Show featured professional drag ...

31 days, 31 drawings: a USFSP student’s Inktober creations

Thousands of artists from all over the world take part in the Inktober challenge each year to make 31 drawings ...

Tampa Bay hosts first Latin Film Festival

As part of Tampa Bay’s first Latin Film Festival in October, Eckerd College hosted the premiere of the Chilean film, ...

Lively in LA: Must-see spots for your quick trip to ...

Named the entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles could be an exciting weekend trip or a life-sentence on your ...

Navigating New York: Must-see spots for your quick trip to ...

Planning to navigate New York? Here are five spots not to be missed even if you’re taking a quick, weekend ...

Netflix and Thrill: Halloween Edition

As Halloween approaches and the temperature drops, your TV will be calling you to have a scary movie night. Before ...

Rae Sremmurd performs for USF

Rae Sremmurd performed at the Yuengling Center for the University of South Florida’s Homecoming Concert on Oct. 18. Artist Baili ...