A portrait still image of a group of clowns looking at each other with confused looks.

Blending Animation with Music: A Look into the Work of Worthikids

By Joaquin RoblesMusic Journalist “Worthikids,” an animator and musician by the name of Ian Worthington, has been publishing his works to Youtube and Bandcamp since mid-2015. He presents his artistry with soulful, guttural songs accompanied by colorful, humorous animations designed … Continue reading Blending Animation with Music: A Look into the Work of Worthikids

Spanglish, Queer and Worth Reading: Interview with Juli Delgado Lopera on “Fiebre Tropical”

By Diamond Marie PedrozaWeb Content Contributor Juli Delgado Lopera’s novel, “Fiebre Tropical,” is a coming-of-age story about a 15-year-old girl named, Francisca, who has recently immigrated to Miami, Florida from Bogotá, Colombia with her family. Throughout the novel, Francisca explores … Continue reading Spanglish, Queer and Worth Reading: Interview with Juli Delgado Lopera on “Fiebre Tropical”

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Year of the Ox Officially Begins: New Year Traditions Mark The End of Holiday

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Yesterday was the Spring Lantern Festival, marking the end of Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations. The holiday (Lunar New Year) itself lasts two weeks. The lantern festival is a fitting way to conclude the holiday. … Continue reading Year of the Ox Officially Begins: New Year Traditions Mark The End of Holiday