First-time film director, Aneesh Chaganty, made his cinematic debut with “Searching,” which was released in the United States on August 21. The film falls into the drama/thriller genre, and stars John Cho as David Kim, a father and widower.
Where did he get those shoes? What are Chacos? How come everyone here loves thrift shopping? How many pairs of Vans does that person actually own?
Welcome to Covenant College’s brand new fashion column, where these questions and many more will be answered.
This fashion and lifestyle magazine has become iconic in the United States, including many much-loved celebrities on its cover. So how come Beyoncé’s recent cover shoot stands out so brilliantly?
Powerful speeches, comical policemen, and the realities of humanity were all put on display in the show “Protest (and other writings)” that was performed on behalf of the Covenant College Theatre Department, directed by Professor Camille Hallstrom.
There I am, staring at a blank Word Doc. Already, I can hear the voice of some parody of my sixth grade teacher. She’s fierce with bulging eyes, snapping the white board with a wooden pointer; the board reads in big, bold letters “HOOK.” She says, “You’ve got about seven words before your reader gets bored!”
Imagine it is utterly dark. All around you there are voices, some high, some low, some so distant they are mostly if not totally inaudible, others so close you feel like you could reach out and touch them. Each voice contributes in turn, but all together they are one. United. Complete. Beautiful. You raise your voice, too, and in that very same way your own voice is distinguishable, and yet it is part of a bigger whole.
On Saturday, September 22, Bailey Carpenter, a freshman at Covenant College, completed her first ever Spartan Race in Pulaski, Tennessee. The race, a Sprint, was 4.3 miles in length and consisted of 21 different obstacles, ranging from spear throws to climbing walls to carrying sandbags.
With the NFL and NCAA football seasons beginning to hit their strides and basketball—both NBA and NCAA—also about to begin, we are confronted with many potential storylines. It is difficult to accurately analyze all the variables at play in any given sports season, but, I will nonetheless attempt to do so.
Homecoming 2018 is in the history books, and now only exists in our memories. While much could be said for Jazz on the Overlook, this is a sports article! Let’s talk soccer. While I can’t say what your night was like, I can only tell you about my own experience.