Arts & Entertainment

Series ends on high note

February 23, 2017 Amber Appleby 0

Mengestus tackles racism, love and loss in such a way that you almost don’t realize he’s doing it, but it really makes you think. And that’s not a bad thing. […]

Arts & Entertainment

‘Beloved’: an emotionally good read

February 18, 2017 Amber Appleby 0

Toni Morrison is probably the most well known female African American author. Probably because their English teacher made them, just about every person has read one of Morrison’s novels. To all the students who have […]


Tough read worth the knowledge

February 11, 2017 Amber Appleby 0

The story Obama recounts goes from the time his parents met, which he uses stories from his grandparents and mother to tell, up until he gets accepted into Harvard Law School. […]


Book review of “The Midnight Assassin”

November 18, 2016 Amber Appleby 0

“The Midnight Assassin” by Skip Hollandsworth is different from the other books I have been reading this semester because it is a true story written by a journalist who has done extensive research on the subject; the subject being a string of gruesome murders in 1800’s Austin, Texas. […]


Food review recap

November 18, 2016 Amber Appleby 0

Sierra Murphy: Writing this is bringing tears to my eyes. I am so sad that I won’t be able to continue scouring Russellville for good, home town eats anymore. This series has been such a […]