by Adriana McDevitt Class of 2015 Vinyl, or records, may seem like a thing of the past but they are on a slow uprise, with sales increasing by 49% in 2014. Although early versions of records existed from 1880 and on, durable vinyl records were not mass produced and patented until 1948. They took about […]
by Caroline Tomasetta Class of 2015 “Hey, yaaa, hey yaaaa,” sings Morgan Brown and Thomas McArdle, of the class of 2015. It’s Saturday afternoon and I am standing across the counter of Potbelly’s Sandwich Shop. A retro sandwich chain, with roots in Chicago, Potbelly’s is known for their made-to-order toasted sandwiches. Potbelly’s opened its doors […]
by Rebecca Lackie Class of 2015 Last night, twenty four acts took the stage for Wampstock, formerly Battle of the Bands and Arts Night. The event, hosted by Maverick Lydon-Shay, Jack Hennessey, and Evan Abreu, serves as a fundraiser for Theatre Guild and Stone Soup.