Arts and Entertainment

A professional review of SAGA: A hall of fine dining

Jarbles Westlington Staff Writer SAGA, a “hall of fine dining,” came highly recommended. I hadn’t heard any specifics but from the little I did hear I could only imagine that “SAGA” referred to the culinary journey I was about to embark on. As I entered through swinging glass doors I remarked that the restaurant’s palate was … Continue reading

Arts and Entertainment / Features

Hidden gems: Alternative art spaces

Claire Sammut Contributing Writer There is an unexpected niche in the Pioneer Valley for the Alternative Art Space. I’ve set out to summarize three of these destinations—each an independent example of the effort to direct art towards cultural awareness and community development. 1. Flying Object Tucked behind a parking lot in the heart of Hadley, you’ll … Continue reading

Arts and Entertainment / News

Librarians and Archivists with Palestine visit Hampshire

Pauline Miller Arts and Entertainment Editor On November 13, the organization Librarians and Archivists with Palestine came to Hampshire to share their recently published zine and to present their evolving mission to Hampshire students and faculty. The group, which is currently made up of librarians, archivists, and other information workers from across the globe, is interested … Continue reading

Growing Up at Camp Floggnaw: Tyler, The Creator’s New Album Wolf
Arts and Entertainment

Growing Up at Camp Floggnaw: Tyler, The Creator’s New Album Wolf

By Elyssa Czynski [WARNING: This contains quoted lyrics that are explicit and may be triggering] Within the first minute of the title track of LA rap collective Odd Future’s front man Tyler, The Creator’s Wolf we are introduced to three of Tyler’s many personae: Wolf, Dr. TC and Sam. He uses many different characters to … Continue reading