Features

Meet the (often overlooked) townhouse RAs

7 years ago Triangle 0
By Katherine Carpenter Staff Writer One’s first impression of the townhouse Resident Assistants might be: “Who?” Though often forgotten, the RAs of the townhouses are part of what makes that particular area of resident life so unique. The rules of the townhouses are more relaxed than those of the dorms, and with them comes a Read More

Yamato fails sushi test, recovers with hibachi

7 years ago Triangle 0
By Ashley Coker Managing Editor Dayton’s newest culinary staple, Yamato Japanese Steakhouse, has brought life back to the often-vacant building in front of Holiday Express on U.S. Highway 27. The frequently crowded parking lot should tip visitors off to what is waiting inside: hungry guests lining the walls, and no shorter than a 15 minute Read More

Tempest applies modern interpretation

7 years ago Triangle 0
By Bria McKamey First the improvisational exercises—twirling and leaping through the air; then add the purple body paint. For theater major Grace Loe, it is just another day in the life. Well, except for the purple body paint maybe. In Bryan’s spring production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” Loe plays Sprite, a purple-skinned nymph. It takes Read More

2015 Grammy Awards: Beyoncé snubbed, Kanye pulls a T-Swift

7 years ago Triangle 0
By Katherine Carpenter  Staff Writer 2014 was a big year for music. Beyonce dropped the most secretly produced, critically acclaimed album of the decade. Taylor Swift released her first album in three years. Sia blessed us with an intimate, personal record. The music world saw a lot of activity, both bad and good, and it Read More