The Horizon

Why monochrome should be your wardrobe staple

Kat Delaney, Staff Writer, Fashion Extraordinare

October 21, 2020

There is nothing more eye-catching than the twirl of a bright blue skirt, nothing more noticeable than a red silk top, and nothing more confident than a pink monochrome suit with a bright red lip.

Meet Louise Glück, winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature

Eva Moschitto, Staff Writer

October 21, 2020

The beauty of Glück’s work lies in the personal narrative about the universal human struggles

Eddie Van Halen dies at 65

Rachel Patz, Staff Writer

October 21, 2020

Eddie Van Halen’s contribution to the world of rock and roll was prolific and his reputation as a generational talent at guitar playing is undisputed.

Regal Cinemas shuts its doors again

Eva Moschitto, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

While Regal Cinemas’ choice is a disappointment to many movie-goers, the greater tragedy lies in the setbacks it will cause for the industry and the resulting nation-wide furlough of Regal’s approximately 40,000 employees.

Why it’s time to let go of Free People

Katherine Delaney, Staff Writer, Fashion Extraordinare

October 14, 2020

Where you choose to spend your money impacts more than just one isolated action but rather affects an interwoven web of industry and human rights.

Joji’s “Nectar” is laid-back lo-fi at its best

Gabriel Farhadian, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

Japanese-American lo-fi artist George Miller, popularly known as Joji, released his third full-length album, entitled “Nectar” on Sept. 25. Previous projects, including “In Tongues” and “BALLADS 1,” are both intriguing...

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