From Oct. 30 to Nov. 7, Tyler Hawes’ thesis exhibition, “Renaissance Black,” took over Bates Gallery in Loveland Hall. The title of the show speaks to its Renaissance influences, specifically from artists like Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, and Titian.

Located at the back of The Mill, the “Yaas” in Yaas Mercantile may bring to mind a popular bit of internet lingo, but it’s actually an acronym that stands for Your Artisan and Antique Specialists.

Living a sustainable life doesn’t mean creating zero waste, growing all your own food and giving up modern comforts. It’s really just about making smarter choices day-to-day.

Get the inside story of Lakeside Bagel and Deli's past 25 years, including an interview with the original owner, and information on the business's impending move to The Mill.

“This comprehensive resource catalogs all local businesses, services, restaurants/bars and accommodations supporting local tourism and for exploring all of the hidden gems within our community.”

“The fact that they will have all of this experience on an enterprise platform, specifically SAP, that will give them a significant advantage when looking for positions in organizations."

“As long as I’m in the art world and I’m making art, I’m going to be happy.”

Staff writer Sam Bohen details his must-watch sports action for your winter break. If you don't care that the Steelers are 11-1, there's still plenty more to check out.

This is a deep-dive list. A list filled with titles that will impress your relatives when you mention them around the roast beast (but do not actually gather, of course, because of the pandemic).

“Therapeutic” is the perfect word to describe “Is Enough.” The mellow beats and calm vocals provide a relaxing backdrop for a study night or a Sunday stroll.

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