“Laurel Hell,” though its title refers to a beautiful entrapment, is a liberating experience for a listener. It invites one to question the systems around them, yet recognizes the importance of dancing amidst this constant thought.
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Although the initial reaction to Valentine's Day is to think about love in terms of significant others and couples, one aspect that seems to get left out is self-love.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, staff photographer Lux Corrona captured the happy couples of Mercer and asked them about their relationships.
Dorrough says the studio probably sees about ten college students a week, and only about half of them put real thought into what they want on their bodies.
“If you know you want to be a writer, and you're in college, and you can take all the classes and you can major in it, why not do it?”
The Weeknd continues to push personal and musical boundaries on this new record, with hopes of further improvement to come on the possible future album “After Life.”
The film showing will be at the Douglass Theatre at 7 p.m. Thursday. Admission is free for students with ID and $5 for faculty, staff or the general public. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
Foreign, indie and international films are some of the most well-crafted films, and it is amazing that the Douglass Theatre and the Macon Film Guild give them their time to be shown on a big screen in a beautiful theater with an electric atmosphere.
“When I learned that she was re-recording it, I felt proud of her because I know how hard it is for some artists to own their own music because of the way record companies and the music industry works.”
Quickly approaching two years since the mural’s removal, it is still unclear why the mural was removed, if any retributions were made to the artist or the community, and if there will ever be a mural on the previously occupied wall ever again.
“Big Mouth” is the perfect depiction of how comedy can intersect with discussions of sex without being offensive.
Put on the costume Saturday and spend all day Sunday getting your scare on!
Directed by Mercer alumnus Charlie Thomas, the show featured junior Imira Ackerson as Hamlet.
“My little hometown of Macon was heavily instrumental in my musical background.”
Throughout the album, she rages against — but also deeply loves — the world as well as herself.