‘The Boy and the Heron’ meets every expectation
By Ashleigh Clark
This review includes light spoilers for “The Boy and the Heron.” You have been warned.
It was no surprise when I walked into the theater for “The Boy and the Heron” that I would find Hayao Miyazaki’s newest work to be a surreal experience. His latest film intertwines music, animation and storytelling into one beautiful narrative, a feat he accomplishes masterfully in all his works. Miyazaki’s new film provides an adventure with stunning animation that ...
International Student Spotlight: Hannah Grace Patton
By Jewell Strock
Hungary is located in eastern Europe and is surrounded by countries such as Romania, Austria, and Croatia. A senior linguistics major, Hannah Grace Patton lived in Hungary until 2020. She grew up in Tat, Hungary, a town of about 5000 people in Northern Hungary. One of Patton’s favorite things about Hungary is the pastries.
“The kakaós csiga (cocoa snail) is a really yummy pastry that I used to eat growing up,” Patton said. “Bakeries are everywhere and have ...