Articles by Katherine Chase


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SCIAC Champions: Alyssa Downs on Womens Basketball’s Remarkable Season

Following an impressive season, the Bulldogs Women’s Basketball team earned a place in the NCAA III Tournament after winning the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Postseason Championship Tournament.   A star of the championship game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, U of R sophomore Alyssa Downs was responsible for scoring 22 of the team’s 62 total points,…

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Sweeney and Kwak: Poets Supporting the Next Generation of Writers

On Thursday, Feb. 20, poets Chad Sweeney and Youna Kwak participated in the annual Redlands Visiting Writers Series, both reading works from published (and unpublished) books of original poetry. Sweeney is an author of six published books of poetry, and is currently an English and Creative Writing professor at California State University San Bernardino. Youna…

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Pirates of Penzance Cancelled: Students Propose Potential Replacements

The University of Redlands theater arts department’s planned spring production, The Pirates of Penzance, has been canceled unexpectedly due to internal complications. In the absence of a spring performance, the Bulldog met with Scene Shop Coordinator Annie Gibson to discuss the department’s plan for moving forward.    Gibson says that after the show was cancelled, she…

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“The Effect of Gamma Rays” on Theatre Arts: An Intimate, All-Women Cast and Crew

Walking onto the set of The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds, I’m overcome with a sense of palpably positive energy. The director and stage manager converse on the set, talking animatedly about blocking, as the four-women cast laughs together in the corner. In all the play interviews I’ve conducted, I’ve never encountered an environment so positive,…

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She Called, I Answered: A Review of Natalie Singer’s California Calling

California sunsets, teenage heartbreak, the inherent terror and liberation of relocating to a new country and the crisis of adolescent identity: these and many more themes make up the bones of Natalie Singer’s book California Calling: A Self Interrogation. The novel is a startling mix of whimsical poetry, journalistic and technical writing, and personal anecdotes…

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