Music Review: Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major, Hob. VIIb:1

by Brian Clinkenbeard

Haydn is a composer who is well-known among music specialists, and certainly not unheard of in the general public; however, in both realms, he is sometimes dismissed as “That guy who wrote a lot of symphonies/string quartets”, or “That guy who wrote a symphony designed to scare people who had fallen asleep during the concert“, or, to paraphrase a Facebook comment I read a while back, “That guy who wrote dime-a-dozen symphonies, which are incomparable, both individually and collectively, to the mystical poetry of a piece like Berg’s Violin Concerto”.… Click here to continue reading!

Changes the Blackhawks Need to Make for the 2020-2021 Season

by Anthony Yench

After missing out on the playoffs for two straight seasons a young Blackhawks team found themselves in the playoffs due to a shortened season caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people didn’t have the team making it past the Edmonton Oilers in the qualifying round, but to many peoples’ surprise, the young roster beat the Oilers by a series count of 3-1.… Click here to continue reading!

Week One On Campus!

by Jette-Mari Anni

The fall semester has officially begun, but as expected, things are nothing like they were the same time last year. Although the campus feels a little emptier with many classes moving over to an online format, and the trend among students to be seeking human connection after all these months (from 6ft apart), our staff is back on the air and couldn’t be more excited!… Click here to continue reading!