Arts and Entertainment

Album Review: Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit

Royal Canoe’s latest album, “Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit,” is an album with different sounds that anyone could get into. Each song on the 12 track album has a unique sound that will have you tapping your feet. These tunes are incredibly catchy and have great dance beats.  The electronic bass beats are all different and give ... Read More »

Don’t Slam The Door On Unnecessary Farce: A Preview

Coming soon to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Oct. 14-22 is the Department of  Theatre and Dance’s production of Unnecessary Farce. Tyler Marchant, professor of acting and directing at UWSP and director for Unnecessary Farce said the basic story is that two cops have been assigned to an undercover operation to find out if the mayor has been embezzling funds ... Read More »

Humans of Point

Emma Adams is a sophomore environmental education and interpretation major. With homecoming right around the corner what are you most excited about? I think I’m most excited about seeing the parade because I didn’t get to go last year to see it. What about homecoming are you least excited about this year? I’m least excited about all of the alumni ... Read More »

Behind The Beats: Featuring Rated R

Students across the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus can be found daily working hard towards their musical aspirations, goals and life dreams. Ryan Wardlaw, sophomore communications major, is one such student working towards making a name for himself in the music industry under the rapper name, Rated R. Growing up on the west side of Baltimore, Maryland with his mother, ... Read More »

Cornerstone Press Brings International Author’s Writing to Life

Student-run publishing house, Cornerstone Press, is excited to announce it will be publishing its first international author since it began in 1984. This year’s release titled, “Meditations of a Beast,” is a collection of poetry written by Kristine Ong Muslim who was born and still resides in the southern Philippines. Muslim is a seven-time Pushcart Prize nominee, an influential award ... Read More »

Lights, Camera, Reporting: SPTV

At one end of the first floor hallway in the Communication Arts Center, you’ll find the home of SPTV, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s television channel. The student-run station, with over 20 staff members, is responsible for putting out a weekly news program, as well as organizing media content to fill the channel’s schedule. The week-long process for creating the ... Read More »

ArtSense Questions: What is Art?

The First 40 Days initiative is planned to invest in new students on campus. It shows what the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has to offer and how they can be involved. One component of the First 40 Days was a week long, live art event called ArtSense. ArtSense allowed students, faculty and the community to dwell on the question, ‘what ... Read More »

City Festival Does a World of Good

The Stevens Point community celebrated the 29th Annual Festival of India this past Saturday. Hosted at Stevens Point Area Senior High, the festival included workshops on meditation, yoga and Indian cooking. Jyoti Chander has coordinated this event every year since 1987. The workshops offered at the festival vary from year to year, but always focus on educating community members on ... Read More »

Humans of Point

Erika Lewin is a sophomore with an undeclared major What is the most influential thing a professor has ever taught you on campus and why? “As a freshman it was really nice when we had all those hand outs and papers that told you to go to the TLC or go to the library because everyone goes to the library ... Read More »