Arts and Entertainment

Actors Experience the Thespian’s Dilemma

With exams, textbooks, flashcards and assignment sheets, college is full of chunks of text students are expected to interpret and internalize. Though the challenge is often daunting, a cross section of every campus consists of masters at this elusive skill. Every actor’s performance starts out with a script: a piece of paper with words meant to become a theatrical production. ... Read More »

Album Review: Nicole Serrano – Hello to Daylight

Nicole Serrano released “Hello to Daylight” in 2012 as her most recent studio recorded album. Serrano’s music style includes different influences giving this album an indie rock, folk vibe while still being in the soft singer and songwriter genre. “Hello to Daylight” came out in the same year as Serrano’s debut on The Voice on NBC. Talent scouts recruited Serrano to ... Read More »

Spring into Trendy with New Fashions

With spring hiding just around the corner, everyone is itching to get out of their winter coats and wool sweaters. Shorts and sundresses are starting to pop up on clothing store racks and in the pages of fashion magazines, and the wait to try out new trends is almost over. Starting this spring, everything is denim. Gone are the days ... Read More »

Humans Of Point

Travis Loepfe is a junior communication major. What is your favorite viral video and why? My favorite viral video of all time has to be Charlie the Unicorn because it brings me back to a simpler time when I was younger and very easily impressed. What do you think is so appealing about viral videos? Viral videos are often outrageous ... Read More »

You Are Feeling Very… Hypnotized?

An array of students from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point filled the DUC Alumni room for a night of “Cards Against Hypnosis,” hosted by David Hall and sponsored by Centertainment. It was a Saturday night filled with fun, laughter and excitement. Following the idea of the popular adult-based card game, “Cards Against Humanity” the audience became interactive with the hypnotist ... Read More »

Look Both Ways For New Album By Olivia Millerschin

Invited back to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point after two years, Olivia Millerschin brought her meaningful lyrics, colorful melodies and positive personality, showcasing her newest album, Look Both Ways. Millerschin writes songs about personal experience and the experiences of those she is close to. In Look Both Ways, the song Ellie was inspired from an article her mom read in ... Read More »

April Fools Horoscopes

Aquarius, Jan. 20 – Feb. 18 Since it’s no longer your birthday time, put your big boy pants on and get back to work. You may not have had a great V-Day, but neither did anyone else who’s single. Pisces, Feb. 20 – Mar. 20 A vague statement about your love life is the best you’re going to get. Aries, ... Read More »

T-Shirt Upcycling Chennels Up with the Old

Clothing accessories, storage and home decor are all commodities that can be fashioned from old T-shirts. Centertainment Productions hosted T-shirt Upcycling on Thursday, an event that encouraged students to create something new and trendy from the mundane. Upcycling is a derivative of recycling. The idea is to repurpose unused or old materials in a way that adds to the value ... Read More »

Beetle Invasion Music Hits Campus

History met contemporary excitement on Apr. 1 when The Beetles performed their milestone zillionth live show for students, staff and community members. The legendary band from Kidneypond, United Kingdom has been touring the world since 1962 when they began the musical genre known as Beetle Invasion. The genre has influenced bands such as The Lawmen, The Fabric Overland and The ... Read More »