Tom’s Bookshelf: Slaughterhouse-Five

4/5 Stars Critic Score: A-Reader Score: B+ Published in 1969, Slaughterhouse-Five, or The Children’s Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death is a postmodern science-fiction novel by Kurt Vonnegut known for its anti-war themes and experimental treatment of narrative chronology. The story follows Billy Pilgrim through various times in his life as a WWII Soldier and veteran….

5 Halloween Looks That Will Take You Back to Your Childhood

In recent years, we’ve seen a lot of nostalgic looks inspired by iconic cartoons. It takes us right back to our younger years with our eyes glued to the TV humming along to the theme song of The Proud Family, Rugrats, or Totally Spy. Bringing our cartoonish characters to life is a unique way to…


Pretty Spooky Stuff Photo: Elaine TantraModel: Diti Kohli & Nadia Hibri

Halloween Should Be Scary; Costume Shopping Shouldn’t

Halloween, like almost all holidays, has been commercialized for as long as any of us can remember. We get roped into buying decorative pumpkins, festive ceramics we’ll put out for just a few weeks every year, and bags upon bags of candy to give out for free to swarms of overexcited kids. The most important…

LGBTQ: Power in Out

Photographer: Stella Drews-Sheldon Model: Bella Cartularo Makeup: Lily Noyd

I’m Learning to Butter People Up with My Journalism Skills

Sometime last week, I had to explore the city of Boston for a Journalism assignment. I swear some of the journalism professors love sending students out for stories here at Emerson. But besides that point, I had to do a story relating to food trucks so I headed down to The Chicken Rice & Guys’…