The Milk Dragon: a play for all ages

March 30, 2015

Reading Time: 1 minute Photo credit: Jesca Cluff   The Milk Dragon, written Susan Zeder, was a philosophical performance that both children and parents could enjoy. Starting out, you’re introduced into a drab world of the utopian Village, where every action is ruled by a set of laws and colors are non-existent. However, as you follow the two young […]

Japanese festival: a celebration for the senses

March 9, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo credit: Holly Khaliun Amarjargal   The sixth annual Japanese festival was an exciting window into the vibrant culture of Japan was a celebration for the senses. Whether it be young Maiko gliding about the room in their colorful kimonos or the continuance of traditional Japanese folk music filling the air the room welcomed it […]