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Performing arts senior grateful for time at RWU

Emma Bartlett, Arts and Culture Editor

May 7, 2020

Devon Kaplan, a senior performing arts major with a creative writing core concentration, is optimistic for the future and reminiscent about his time at RWU. After graduating, Kaplan hopes to develop his talents in acting, piano, ...

Gift ideas for graduating friends

Kayla Ivan, Arts and Culture Manager

May 7, 2020

Everyone look out — the class of 2020 is nearing graduation! While seniors are reaching the end of their experiences as part of the RWU’s student body, graduation calls for gifts to be given. In the midst of the Coronavirus out...

Clubs and orgs give thanks and final goodbyes to their seniors

May 7, 2020

"Musician's Guild would like to thank Tom Schmidt for being our club president and being so dedicated to the club for his entire four years here at Roger! Tom always comes to meetings with his keyboard and a smile on his face....

At home photo shoot inspiration

Kayla Ivan, Herald Contributor

April 24, 2020

Are you stuck inside without any ideas on how to spend your time during quarantine? Why not create your own photo shoot and take new pictures for your profile?If you’re looking for some photography fun this weekend, here are a f...

Book review: “In Five Years” by Rebecca Serle Where do you see yourself in five years?

April Federico, Herald Contributor

April 24, 2020

A 25-year-old woman named Dannie Kohan wakes up to her totally normal life, that would also be totally envious for aspiring lawyers. Kohan may seem like one of those ostensibly perfect women in 2020 from New York City, acing her...

A “Park Avenue Summer” for you A throwback to simpler times

April Federico, Herald Contributor

April 16, 2020

I found “Park Avenue Summer” by Renee Rosen when perusing social media, specifically when I looked through YouTuber Katy Bellotte’s feed and saw that she highly recommended it to her millions of followers.“Park Avenue S...

COVID-19 won’t keep RWU’s chorus and band from rehearsing

Emma Bartlett, Arts and Culture Editor

April 16, 2020

Singing or playing an instrument with other people is difficult to do with social distancing, but it’s not impossible. The RWU chorus and band, which normally meets once a week on campus for three hours, have found online a...

Netflix documentaries that will widen your range of knowledge

Emma Bartlett, Arts and Culture Editor

April 16, 2020

Movies are quick and enjoyable, television shows are fun and take dedication, but sometimes a quick and informative documentary is just what someone needs. Netflix offers many documentaries spanning different themes. No matte...

Sophomore supports medical personnel during COVID-19

Kayla Ivan, Herald Contributor

April 16, 2020

In the midst of the coronavirus' impact, there are rays of hope that peak out from a plethora of places. Caitlin Tavares, a sophomore graphic design and communications major, is making a positive impact in the community with her ar...

TikTok trends to watch or learn at home

Ashton Waldron, Herald Contributor

April 14, 2020

TikTok, an app that launched back in 2016 as a "replacement" of the app Vine, has taken over the world by storm. Since the beginning of 2020, over 800 million users worldwide have watched and uploaded videos on TikTok. This v...

Plan a family movie night for the film “Justine”

Emma Bartlett, Arts and Culture Editor

April 8, 2020

Everyone get ready for family movie night! Grab the popcorn, soda and settle into your seats for the Netflix original movie “Justine.” This film tells the story of how Lisa, a woman in her 30s, befriends Justine, an eight-yea...

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