Burgers, pizza, sandwiches–after a while, it all tastes a little bland. We’ve covered some new territory for those of you brave enough to break away from your typical routine and try something different.
Tired of spending countless hours underground in T-Coop, surrounded by books and that annoying girl who clearly doesn’t understand the meaning of “quiet floor”? Claim a new study space. Check out these secret spots to kick your studying into gear and, dare we say it, enjoyable?
Third-year theatre student Jane Hearn stage-manages the psychologically thrilling play, Macbeth. When snow falls, dry ice steams or fog hazes, Jane is the one pulling the strings. A gruesome Shakespearian tragedy, Macbeth takes the stage in Drayton Hall on April 14th and continues through the 22nd.
If you believe Farmers’ Markets are gathering spots for tree-huggers and grandmothers only, think again. Offering inexpensive, healthy food in unique atmospheres, these markets break stereotypes and make you question your affection for Earth Fare.
Fourth-year art studio student Lucas Sams was the first to exhibit artwork at Tapp’s new Arts Center. In addition to his installation in its front window, Lucas has a studio, paint-splattered and packed with his art, in Tapp’s basement. Boasting 22,000 square feet of exhibit space, performance areas and artists’ studios, Tapp’s Arts Center, located at 1644 Main St., is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Spring semester, with its nine-week stretch of class and no breaks, is often dreaded. Students count the days that stand between them and their spring break plans. Trust me, you can make it! When you need a stress-free escape without emptying your wallet on gas money, visit these local getaways to rejuvenate your overloaded noggin.