Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Annual Arts and Music Festival Returns to the Brick Streets / Gracie Lee

After a year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Red Brick Roads Arts and Music Festival is returning to the brick streets of Clinton. The festival will begin on the evening of Friday, Aug. 27 and continue on into Saturday. Attendees can expect to see music and art showcases of all kinds, including local songwriters, on-site painting, craft markets, and a

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Aven Hall Renovations Change Theatre Plans for the Fall Semester / Gracie Lee

The room known as Aven Little Theater to MC undergrads has undergone a makeover since students left for summer break. Organization of the backstage area began at the end of April, and renovations started the weekend after spring graduation. Workers must still install the classroom’s new tech, but will be completely finished with the modifications by the start of classes.

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MC Alum Supports Overseas Travel with Local Business / Gracie Lee

Rebecca Lee, Clinton born, graduated Mississippi College in 2019, with a degree in Foreign Language and International Trade and a passion for traveling. She knew she always wanted to travel overseas, but had never actively pursued it. Then, an internship at a school in Spain presented itself.   “I felt like for a while, life just kind of happened to me.

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New Marvel Series Streams on Disney Plus / Gracie Lee

 A new television series from the Marvel universe aired on Disney Plus’s ‘silver screen’ this summer. Season one of Loki featured six episodes and was released on June 9, 2021. Its credits include director and executive producer Kate Herron, producer and president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige, and head writer Michael Waldron. The cast stars familiar faces, like Tom Hiddleston,

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Some Thoughts on “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”/by Morgan Thomas

I was nine years old when Taylor Swift’s sophomore album, “Fearless,” was released. I quickly memorized every single word from that album and even sang a rendition of “Love Story” for my fourth grade talent show. While the rerecording of this album, released as “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”has filled me with nostalgia for that little girl, it has also allowed me

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Judas and the Black Messiah: The Best Picture of the Year?/by Bryan Matthews

In a film year plagued by rescheduling, low box office numbers, and limited releases, there weren’t many bright points in the industry this time around. However, Warner Bros., through the help of their partner HBO Max, managed to give us a riveting true story account of Fred Hampton and the social revolution attempt in Chicago during the Civil Rights era.

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