Broadchurch

On the Jurassic coast of Britain lies a charming, tight-knit little town called Broadchurch. But in the opening scenes of the BBC’s series of the same name, we learn that this town is not as blissful as one might think. After a visually gripping sequence of what appears to be a young boy committing a midnight suicide, the town of Broadchurch is re-introduced as an endearing, everyone-knows-everyone kind of community.

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SIP Series: Meagan Drew & Ethan Hard

For the past three months, the campus community remained peacefully unaware of the lethal danger spawning in the Jackson Art Building.  Perhaps the demolition of the near-by Art Barn should’ve been a sign that the area housed a biohazard.  Perhaps visual art and pre-nursing student, Meagan Drew would’ve thought twice before cultivating some of the most rampant and unanticipated viruses of the past century—AIDS, Measles, and the newly discovered Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome.

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The New Play Festival Review

In lieu of a spring musical this year, Covenant’s Theatre department presented the New Play Festival, a collection of ten student-written plays, each ten minutes in length. The Festival was presented this weekend with performances on Thursday and Friday nights, as well as a matinee performance on Saturday. Preparation for the production began in October with the reading of proposed plays, and the festival was put on entirely by students. 

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