Wall of Sound

Wall of Sound with Torgo – Wednesday, January 28th 2015 – 11pm to 1am The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Evergreen 14 Iced Bears – Hold…

“Book of Lost Things” brings dark fantasy and tabooed adult themes to life

ohn Connolly’s “The Book Of Lost Things” brings to life dark fantasy disguised with the warm familiarity of a bedtime story. With gory violence and focus on tabooed adult themes, such as sexuality and death of religion, this coming to age story of a boy battling his way through a fractured wonderland questions whether fairy tales are just for children. Although it’s a little bit of a slow start and heavily inspired, “The Book of Lost Things” is an entertaining and meaningful read.

Novel brings to life blue-haired heroine

Closing portals, demon made wishes and a blue-haired girl prowling the streets of Prague to fulfill unworldly deeds are only beginning glimpses of Laini Taylor’s “The Daughter of Smoke and Bone.” This novel will definitely send readers into a whirlwind of imagination and fast paced action; however, Taylor frequently falls into common character and plot cliches that often time distract from her creative qualities

Students’ votes decide Movie on the Lawn event at The Frost

After one month of uncertainty, the Frost Museum has finally announced the winner to the movie that will be airing in this month’s Movie on the Lawn event. For the first time, students were able to decide what will be the highlight of the evening.

Chinese art comes to Frost

For more than a year, 30 Chinese artists have been striving to perfect their creations in time for the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum’s Tianjin Arts in Miami event.
This year, the event will be open on February 10 to the 16, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. From two-foot sculptures to wall-sized manuscripts, all of the art pieces were presented to solidify and celebrate the University’s Tianjin Center in the People’s Republic of China.