Julio Salgado Is “Undocumented and Unafraid”

September 19, 2017 Samantha Barth 0

The LGBTQIA center hosted Julio Salgado for a talk and poster-making workshop on Wednesday, Sep. 6. A self-described “artivist,” Salgado creates bold cartoons and visual art which depict moments from the DREAM Act’s implementation and the migrant rights movement.

Don’t See It

September 19, 2017 Riley Meachem 0

Stephen King adaptations are a hit-or-miss affair. While King is an experienced writer and can generally make even the silliest and most bizarre premises seem plausible and frightening, when put to screen by different minds, it is easy for many of his works to come off as ludicrous. This was certainly the case with the original 1990’s It miniseries, which featured several cringe-inducing moments and lines, especially from Tim Curry as Pennywise the clown. Fans of the original text had hoped for a scarier, grittier adaptation of a book about an evil demon clown turtle, so when the remake was announced 27 years later, many were filled with hope.

A Letter to a Friend

September 19, 2017 Margaret Condon 0

Dear Friend, My headaches have come back. It’s been so long that I thought this life was behind me. But here it is. A construction zone in my frontal lobe…