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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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Creating a Second Home: Student Advice and Comments on the College Experience

For many college students, home exists in two places: their familiar hometown, and their new, lively community on campus. Becoming comfortable at the University of Redlands is not instantaneous for most Bulldogs, but through participating in organizations, sports, and clubs, as well as exploring the city of Redlands and Southern California, students gain a sense…

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She Kills Monsters killed it

In a show full of action, adventure, and monster fighting, She Kills Monsters pulled at my heartstrings with an endearing story of two sisters.   Written by Qui Nguyen and directed by Stelle Salsbery for their senior capstone project, the production featured the story of an “average girl,” Agnes (played by Kirsten Orrahood), who lost…

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The Real Thanksgiving Highlights Native Traditions and Jacob Green

Sponsored by Native Student Programs (NSP), The Real Thanksgiving is an annual dinner that aims “to highlight what actually happened on Thanksgiving,” as well as “native foods of local tribes,” Elizabeth Shulterbrandt, Assistant Director of NSP, told The Redlands Bulldog.   However, plans for the night on Nov. 20 were interrupted following the announcement of…

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