The turning of the tassel, the tossing of caps and the marching to “Pomp and Circumstance” are quickly identified as commencement traditions widely performed at graduation ceremonies throughout the country. At Taylor, however, one more element gets thrown into the mix — the bagpipe.
Features Co-Editor Amelia Bostick wraps up her column “Cellar Door” with a fan favorite.
A community is only as strong as its buzz, and bees do this best. Since the earliest civilizations known to man, these honey producing insects have been silently showing their importance to not only the landscape, but the economy.
Features Co-Editor Amelia Bostick discusses her review of “Uncharted.”
Features Co-Editor Amelia Bostick discusses her top picks from February.
Many women of Taylor continue to commit themselves to the community around them, long after their own graduations.
What is seen on screen leaves a lasting effect on the mind — it’s a fact that parents love to stress with their children as a way to control media consumption.
Features Co-Editor Amelia Bostick discusses some of the best films that premiered at Sundance this January.
It was an unbreakable bond that formed between senior Sophie Olson and the film screen after witnessing “The Incredibles” for the first time. From this earliest encounter, Olson’s passion for film has yet to cease.