Imagine if end-of-the-year rituals no longer evoked fear in the heart of students, but celebration. Imagine that instead of writing final drafts, the school year's end required hanging final drafts in a gallery downtown? It sounds too good to be true. How about switching majors?
The International Society for the Study of Narrative held its 25th annual International Conference on Narrative last Thursday through Sunday downtown at the Renaissance Hotel on Public Square, with nearly 400 scholars and students in attendance. The massive conference was coordinated by CWRU's own Kurt Koenigsberger, associate professor in English.
Fact: I am out of ideas for "Worst Case Scenario." It might have something to do with the fact that my collegiate career will end in approximately two weeks. After writing this column all year, I think I have exhausted all the possible worst-case scenarios.
Located on the West Side near Ohio City, Tremont from the street looks like a quaint neighborhood of old houses. Upon closer inspection though, you'll find some of the most outstanding restaurants and bars in Cleveland.
Everything from the game's visuals to the smooth touch screen controls feels unbelievably polished, but the changes aren't just on the surface level.
Let's face it: when it comes to protection, the most important factor is reliability. There's a reason that the Glock 22 is the most popular police sidearm in the country: it's made by one of the most reliable weapons manufacturers in the world.
At some point in time, rompers became popular. Stick with these rules and I'll make sure you don't end up looking like a hot mess.
Letts's play is an homage to all of those classic, American three-act plays of the past that you had to read in high school. Time passes slowly and every plot thread has a neat, satisfying conclusion. There's a reason it won a Tony and a Pulitzer;