Juan Acosta

Class of 2015


  • Twilight: It doesn’t get its chance to sparkle

    Is there nothing more beautiful than watching the dawn break? Some would blindly agree, while others would think you were making a reference to the final installment of the Twilight saga (I am).

    Forum | November 7, 2011
  • Urinetown: Showering campus with culture

    Senior directing major Christian Fleming brilliantly adapted Urinetown: The Musical, a Tony award-winning play by Mark Holman and Greg Kotis, in a production put on by Scotch’n’Soda Theatre over Cèilidh Weekend.

    Pillbox | October 31, 2011
  • Bake up delicious Halloween treats

    One of the most well-known holidays of the year, Halloween engages those who celebrate it with costumes and copious quantities of teeth-rotting candy. In addition, Halloween baked treats both taste great and are fun to make. You'll be surprised by how simple it is to make these spooky treats and how much fun you have along the way.

    Frankenstein Crispy Treats (Frankentreats)

    Pillbox | October 31, 2011
  • Last-minute Halloween costume ideas

    It’s Halloween. The one and only holiday where you can wear a ridiculous costume in public has finally arrived.

    If midterms bogged you down and left you without time to shop or create a costume, then no worries. Below are a bunch of costume ideas that are both inexpensive — college students are perpetually on a budget, after all — and relatively quick to make.

    Pillbox | October 31, 2011
  • Urinetown returns to campus

    “It’s a privilege to pee,” claims the Tony Award-winning musical Urinetown, written by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis.

    The Scotch’n’Soda theater group will be presenting its rendition of Urinetown from Thursday through Saturday in McConomy Auditorium. Since the beginning of the school year, the group has been hard at work putting the production together.

    Special | October 24, 2011