The Oracle

Teaching tools, theatre as a conversation starter

Sabrina Merritt, Senior Reporter

March 13, 2019

Even a single word can hold a lot of power, and it only takes one word to change the lives of college students Tom and Amber in Anna Ziegler's new play “Actually”. The play tells the story of two first-year Princeton students recalling a particular eve...

“How long have you had a mask?”

Kelly Holm, Senior Reporter

March 13, 2019

Unlike a couple of other recent Anne Simley shows you might have heard of, “Shell of a Person,” performed on the eve of March 6, featured no flashy dragons. Nor are there fancy costumes or elaborate set pieces that might explode i...

Making sense of climate change, with dragons

Olivia Koski, Reporter

March 6, 2019

When speaking about climate change, what comes to mind? Is it large industries pumping smoke into the atmosphere or melting polar ice caps? Is it uncaring, monopolistic corporations or are we, as individuals, climate change too...

Professors showcase skills at faculty art show

Sabrina Merritt, Senior Reporter

March 6, 2019

Craving art but snowed in? Disregard the Walker and walk yourself over to the faculty art exhibition in Drew Fine Arts’ Soeffker Gallery. Displaying art by a number of Hamline professors, the show features works in multiple...

IDs checked at the door for Minnesota Children’s Museum

Franki Hanke, Senior Reporter

February 28, 2019

Usually, the Minnesota Children’s Museum is overrun with children and filled with the sounds of imagined narratives, shrill laughter, or overtired screaming as kids of all ages fill the multiple rooms of the play-based museum....

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