On Cloud 9

Changing tides of British colonialism intersect with the awakening of repressed sexuality in Caryl Churchill’s dark, insightful, and wonderfully odd play, Cloud 9. Currently gracing the stage at The Performance Space at Queens College, the production is at once humorous, thought-provoking, lewd, and intimate. Not a play for the faint of heart (or the conservative […]

A New Year’s Eve with CERRU

One aspect of college life that provides eye-opening experiences is a culturally diverse student body. Immersing oneself in an environment defined by different religious, ethnic, and racial backgrounds creates an expanded knowledge base and understanding of oneself and others. Luckily for Queens College students, the Center for Ethnic, Racial and Religious Understanding (CERRU) concentrates the […]