CUB’s 2018 Fall Lecture was filled with many “gorgeous moments,” courtesy of Jonathan Van Ness, the featured speaker. The bubbly and energetic grooming expert, who came to visit Kendall Hall Thursday, on Nov. 29, stars in Netflix’s Emmy-award winning series, “Queer Eye.”
Something sweet came to the College this week, and I’m not talking about the ice cream in Eickhoff Hall. Peppermint, a Celebrity drag performer, Broadway star and LGBTQ+ activist gave students both a vivacious and intimate
Boys in black underwear waltzed into the room tossing pink and red flower petals as hostess and professional drag queen Davida Sky, a vision in rainbow feathers, sequins and fishnets, took the stage to mark the start of PRISM’s Annual Charity Drag Show on April 24 in the Brower Student Center.
Some of the staples of an Italian deli include homemade vodka sauce and roasted red peppers, but one of the greatest food mashups can be made right at home by blending these two Italian delicacies together to make a roasted red pepper sauce.
Brian Marino, a sophomore mechanical engineering major, was prepping for his first live comedy show. He had just downed four cups of coffee, and was ready to take the Traditions Lounge stage as the opening act of CUB Alt’s Student Comedy Night on Friday, April 6.
Aaliyah Jordan, the musical director of the a capella group the Monmouth Seasharps, felt a mixture of nervousness and excitement as she waited offstage. Her group was missing a few singers, but they had rehearsed these songs for hours beforehand. When the moment came, she marched up to the front of the makeshift stage in demin and black attire in the Brower Student Center, and smiled at a room packed with people.