Arts & Culture
All of these wins deserve to be celebrated and recognized for the groundbreakers they are in diversity, and everyone who worked on any film or project nominated deserves to be recognized for their talent and craftsmanship.
“As It Was,” quickly broke barriers and became Spotify’s most-streamed song in a single day in 2022 with 8.3 million streams, as well as the most-streamed song in a single day in the US in Spotify history.
Some Muslim students at Mercer have also taken steps to take the month more seriously in an attempt to get closer to their faith even while taking their full course load.
The idea of loving and embracing the parts of yourself that are “too big” or “different” is an amazing message.
“Your generation is more of a generation of the screen, so usually when you learn French as a language, as a culture, it’s through books, through literature, and so I thought it would be interesting to learn French language and culture through film,” Chauchois said.
It is a game so great that it serves as the new gold standard that open-world action games should attempt to follow.
REVIEW: Poet Hazem Fahmy’s new collection makes sense of complicated feelings through Frank Ocean’s discographyBy Ivy Marie Clarke | March 15
At the center of a swarm of poems grappling with family, identity, politics and existential meaning, Fahmy spins with readers to Frank Ocean’s records.
As the Oscars approach, many people have begun filling out their prediction ballots and starting conversations online about which films are nominated, which were left out and the film that will come away with the most awards.
“I love seeing students’ eyes light up when they hear or see something new, especially when it relates to the German language,” Edward Weintraut said.
“So occasionally, it’s like the kiln is rejecting my work, you know," Johnston said. "I put these poems in there and then they come out and a tablet will sometimes be just blank, which is okay. It’s kinda cool to not know what you’re gonna get, to always have that element of surprise."
The album is more so a message and meditation on the fact that healing is non-linear, and that it’s perfectly okay that healing occurs in this sense.
“The depth of Macon’s music history is undisputed. The different parts of town and people represented here showcases the breadth of this living legacy, too.”
In honor of Black History Month, the Macon Arts Alliance opened up Feb. 4 with “The Black Artist Showcase,” an exhibition intended to celebrate and share the work of local Black artists.
“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.
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.