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33 Years of Movement

The purple hazed lighting and colorfully woven costumes have been implemented for the final preparations of Dance Gala 2013.


Witching Hour

Halloween is just on the horizon and the idea of witches might summon images of black cloaks, pewter cauldrons, and malicious cackling. With this imagery in mind, most will find it easy to forget those accused of witchcraft hundreds of years ago.


Old is Gold

Many people would be surprised to learn the little-known group Old Gold is actually, well, old. Old Gold Show Choir has been re-started on Iowa's campus this semester after it disbanded in 2004. The group has received plenty of revamping from the original Old Gold Singers of 1957.


Story of a Father and Son

In today's world, the common American has the financial capability to cover the bare necessities of life and a few material items to satisfy wants. Yet in the case of writer Don Snyder, he found that being poor at a certain time of his life helped him hone his craft, and in turn provided him with incredible experiences.


Gory October TV

I wouldn't consider myself a dark or bloodthirsty person, but there are few things that thrill me more than watching a zombie take a nice stringy bite out of a squalling teenager's leg, or seeing a witch telepathically flip a bus full of rapist frat boys.


Mambo Italiano

Some of the best things in life are those that are hidden in our everyday lives. And there's something to be said about being hidden in plain sight.


Music Here and There

What I have learned being in Iowa is that no matter where you live, geography does not affect your musical taste.


Your Next Drink: Pomatini


Funny Man Returns


Rapping NY Roots


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