Playlist: Naomi Gallagher, Contributing Writer// Graphic: Naomi Gallagher and Ryan Prehara Follow Moda Magazine Arts Section of Spotify to listen to all the monthly playlists.
Love has been described in so many ways. Friendship caught on fire, a battlefield, or maybe even a neurochemical con job. How are modern romantics supposed to navigate the theatrics of love? These songs are for the honest, genuine lovers who are in a constant … Continue readingGenuine Lovers Playlist
Playlist: Naomi Gallagher, Contributing Writer//Photo credit: Margaret Duffey, Arts Editor Follow Moda Magazine Arts Section of Spotify to listen to all the monthly playlists.
A Look Back at the Film that Captured a Generation (and those to come) by Naomi Gallagher, Contributing Writer The apprehension, impulsiveness and retrospective regrets of youth have perhaps never been so painfully and elegantly articulated on screen as in the 1967 film, The Graduate. … Continue readingHere’s to 50 Years, Mrs. Robinson
Playlist: Naomi Gallagher, Contributing Writer//Photo credit: Ryan Prehara, Contributing Photographer Follow Moda Magazine Arts Section of Spotify to listen to all the monthly playlists.
by Lauren Chung, Contributing Writer Thanksgiving is arguably the best holiday. Filled with third helpings of your dad’s famous stuffing and your mom’s cheesecake, it is one of the few times of the year when it is socially acceptable to consume as much food as … Continue readingBinge-Worthy TV Shows for Thanksgiving Break
1 by Caitlin Gronski, Arts Writer After NBC crushed my heart and aired the final episode of Parenthood last year (RIP), I took it upon myself to scour the depths of Hulu in search of a new TV family to fall in love with. It … Continue readingWhat We’re Watching: This is Us
1 by Sydney Weng, Arts Writer I breathed in a stuffy stench upon entering the covert hostel across from the Charles Bridge in Prague. As a one of the hostel’s employees showed me to my room he quizzed me on my knowledge of Antonín Dvorák. “This is … Continue readingDvorák lives on through Rusalka performance
1 by Sydney Weng, Arts Writer If Broadway is the Hollywood of the theater world, then off-Broadway is the independent film scene for theater junkies, like myself, to explore the innovative side of the art form. Over the years, the use of media has emerged … Continue reading‘Youarenowhere’ overwhelms off-Broadway audience
by Margaret Duffey, Arts Editor Sitting on the ground outside The Frequency, I watched as one eager fan after another knocked on the music venue’s door looking to be let inside. Each time a woman, after opening the door just wide enough to reveal her … Continue readingSon Lux lights up The Frequency