An Authentic Egyptian Movie and Conversation with Fulbright Scholar

Emily Derrenbacker, Writer - The Reporter

March 16, 2020

On Thursday, March 13, visiting Fulbright Scholar Noha Mayhoub hosted a showing of the movie, “Asal Aswad” which translates to “Black Honey.” The movie tells the story of an Eqyptian man who has been living in America ...

Russian Cuisine Night

Russian Cuisine Night

March 10, 2020

Stetson University Theatre Arts Presents: Mrs. California

Kendall Couture, News Staff

February 25, 2020

Doris Baizley’s, “Mrs. California,” was brought to life on the Stetson stage this past weekend, Feb. 20-23. The show had a lively cast of only 12, and was directed by theater arts major, Jaycie Cohen ‘20.    The...

Artist Talk: Cyriaco Lopes

Hannah Russo, Writer - The Reporter

February 21, 2020

Cyraco Lopes, a Brazilian artist currently based in New York, shared his collection, “Saints & Martyrs”—along with his many inspirations—to Stetson students on Feb. 19. Lopes describes his work as “genre fluid, que...

Symphonic Band

Nicole Rosen, News Staff

February 17, 2020

On Feb. 14, Stetson’s Symphonic Band put on a beautiful concert, an abundance of performers that completely covered the stage, and the music loud but enchanting. There were four pieces on the night’s program: “Carnival ...

Audiovisual Designer, Ginger Leigh Comes to Campus

Kendall Couture, Arts Staff

February 17, 2020

On Friday, February 7, Ginger Leigh, an interactive audiovisual experience designer, came to campus to give a lecture on her work. Leigh, who also goes by Synthestruct, combines her love for coding, math, science, psychology, and ...

Javon Johnson at Stetson University

Rene Campbell, Associate Editor of Touchstone

January 26, 2020

            Javon Johnson, a spoken-word poet, writer, and professor known for his work “Killing Poetry: Blackness and the Making of Slam and Spoken Word Communities” sat with Stetson students on Thursday, Jan 23, t...