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Grozny

We sit in the dark dusty basement one particular faculty member loves to call home. The basement of Denton hall is a chameleon, a small ever changing creature capable...

Gamelan: Student and Faculty Perspectives

India Gailey- I first consciously listened to gamelan music in the fall of my first year at Acadia when Dr. Jeff Hennessy played some snippets for our Music and...

The Sylvia Platters: Make Glad The Day

The Sylvia Platters are a power pop trio from Vancouver, British Columbia....

The First Acadia Environmental Film Festival a Success, Say Student Co-founders

This past November, Acadia students Robin Lawson and Raymond Wieser developed...

Das Racist: In Search of Backpack Rap

It’s been a couple of years since the New York based rap collective Das...

Rewriting Sex Appeal

Dressing sexy no longer means bearing it all. The fashion industry of 2015 will...

Instrument Gender Bias

Why are certain instruments associated with certain genders? Why do women tend...

Peeling Away Conceptions of Crazy in The Acadia Theatre Company’s The House of Blue Leaves

"Crazy" can mean many things to many people: cracked, flawed, erratic, unusual,...

Identifying Pronouns

“I walked to meal hall with him today.” “I met her at the dance...

Pope Francis On The Road To A Grammy?

VATICAN CITY – After years of decrying Rock and Roll music as “satanic,”...