You—among many—may have chanced upon Poe’s stories and post-mortem biographies, but few take the time to truly delve into his life and loss—an existence haunted by his own creations. This February, the Covenant College Theatre Department invites you to slip into Poe’s imagination as he mulls over his past misadventures and those of his characters on the eve of his death.
At this point, you’ve probably never heard the name Maggie Rogers. She only recently began her career as a songwriter, releasing her first official EP in 2017. Her first studio album “Heard It in a Past Life” was released mid-January of 2019. However, if you are unfamiliar with her work now, you won’t be in the dark for long.
“Contrary to popular belief, we love color.” This is how Professor Jeffrey Morton kicked off the opening of Jodi Hays’ show “Plans” on January 23rd, and Hays’ work is indeed vibrant and colorful, a welcome respite from the gray foggy month of January.
Coming into Covenant, I was a starry-eyed double major whose sole conversation skills were in the areas of philosophy and theology. Not much has terribly changed there. But what has changed dramatically is my perspective on Covenant’s requirement of a natural science lab.
The typical mark of a new Covenant student or Rock City tourist is that of a slow- painfully slow- mountain driver. I imagine that those dreaded drivers are often consumed by uncertainty over when the next sharp curve might come, what the drivers of the cars crawling behind them are thinking, whether they’re obviously new or not, and finally, what the speed limit is.
This semester I am taking Theology of Sexuality with Dr. Hans Madueme and, as you would expect, the class has been great— so far. Both the teacher and the opinionated students (of whom I am a particularly vocal representative) are animated and engaged, and tackle the avalanche of class readings with gusto.
A snowy day in the greatest college town in America failed to cool off one of the hottest teams in college basketball. The Iowa Hawkeyes (17-5, 6-5 conference) stifled the Big Ten’s top team, Michigan (20-2, 9-2 conference), 74-59. The Hawkeyes, a mid-tier team in the Big Ten, finally got over the hump and claimed the signature win they had been after all year.
fter a long and very eventful winter break here at Covenant College, I’m sure the number one question on all of your minds was, “What is Will gonna write about in the next GBP article? There is so much gooooooood, juicy material.” Well all your questions will be answered here shortly, don’t you worry.
The Covenant College men's basketball team is a on a tear. They’ve put together a couple of lengthy win streaks, average around 80 points per game as a team, and before losing a single conference game, put up 10 wins a row, tying their best conference record in over a decade.