Seneca Falls Women’s March

By Mary Warner

Arts & Entertainment Editor

On January 20, 2018, millions of protestors gathered in cities around the world to participate in the Women’s March.  One of these protests took place in Seneca Falls, NY, home to the Women’s Rights National Historic Park.  Around 15,000 people attended the march and a number of people spoke at the event, including Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren and New York Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul. 

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Thread Bare Debuts at Davis Gallery

By Mary Warner
Arts and Entertainment Editor

The Davis Gallery at Houghton House will have a new exhibition, entitled Thread Bare, in November of chosen works by artist Kate Kretz. 

D’Agata Reads for Trias

By Mary Warner

Arts and Entertainment Editor

The English Department is currently holding a series of readings curated by John D’Agata, this year’s Trias Writer in Residence.

Area Records Enters Final Days

By Mary Warner ’21
Arts & Entertainment Editor

     Area Records and Music has been a Geneva institution for forty years, beloved by students and community members alike.  However, the store will be closing its doors.  Area Records’ owner, Mikel George, loves the store and is passionate about music but also ready to retire.  “I could have kept going for two or three more years, but I want to enjoy the next years of my life.  I figured that the fortieth anniversary was a good stopping point, a round number,” George said, speaking about his decision to retire now.