What do Bruce Willis, Michel Foucault and LL Cool J have in common? Their contributions to society? Their devastating sexiness? Yes, but even more importantly, all three men are bald. Although baldness can be a sensitive subject for some, men across the country are bringing sexy back by taking pride in lacking locks.
When I arrived at the Varsity Theater on Feb. 13, I was greeted by a most welcome sight: multigenerational mingling (facilitated by our dear friend alcohol), comfortable chairs and dim, moody lighting.
When temperatures drop and snow begins to fall, Oles break out their boots. While most students at St. Olaf face few serious snow-related obstacles (after all, three major campus buildings are connected), nothing says warmth and comfort like a good pair of boots.
Two weeks ago, I hope I got your attention. But this week, I want to move beyond the closet but not too far. We're still going to be behind closed doors. However, this isn't about closed bedroom doors, but the doors of an admission interview of a woman applying to Beloit College.
I can't seem to shake my love of the Academy Awards. I almost universally disagree with the way they work it is impossible for me to shake the feeling that it is all just one big money-grubbing ploy. But God help me, I can't stop watching, and this year was no different.