The night the rest of Covenant College was watching Josh Garrels in the chapel, me and three of my friends dressed in our grungiest black outfits and drove to Nashville to see Crystal Castles perform on their continuous tour. Go ahead, you can call us rebels.Read More
Heavy, hard, black, and twisted
are the pain and sorrow in this life.
All cannot possibly be sifted,
O Lord come and end the sting of strife.Read More
This year’s Mountain Affair, as highly anticipated as ever, consisted of eleven musical acts and one spoken word performance. The big winner of the night was Sam Miller who closed the show with his solo violin act where he dazzled the crowd with his incredible talent.Read More
The theater department has once again brought a somber, thought-provoking play to Covenant’s stage with their recent production of Consumption by Courtney Baron.In the span of an hour and fifteen minutes, four characters in four different parts of the country are united in a meditative dream state as they each suffer the final stages of consumption (now called tuberculosis) together.Read More
I spend a lot of time thinking about places, but I also go places,” began Professor Jeffrey Morton on the evening of Wednesday, October 11, presenting the product of his sabbatical work. The pieces displayed in the Lucas Art Workshop are only a small representation of an almost ten-year-long project entitled “Thinking of a Place: Finding Home in the Wilderness.”Read More