Scopophilia presents “Hidden Systems”

By Veerle Fanoy –Although the weather may imply otherwise, ‘Hidden Systems’, the summer edition of AUC’s biannual festival Scopophilia will be held at Cinetol this Saturday, September 30. The event was originally scheduled for June 18, in the previous semester, but had to be postponed due to a budget miscommunication. According to Gordon Lucas, the Art Committee’s CAO at the time and a third-year Science … Continue reading Scopophilia presents “Hidden Systems”

[Live Blog] AUCSA Election GA 2017: As It Happens

Welcome to the 2017 AUCSA Election GA live blog. Couldn’t make it in person? Read The Herring’s live coverage of the event below: 17:30 – Lance Bosch kicks off the event. He walks the audience through the agenda. The agenda is passed unanimously.   17:50 – The vote for the new advisory council is passed unanimously. It will consist of Lance Bosch, Ellen Ackroyd, Petra … Continue reading [Live Blog] AUCSA Election GA 2017: As It Happens

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Review: Macbeth, A Musical

The combination of a Shakespearean drama and a lighthearted musical seemed ambitious at first, but OnStage did a great job connecting the two elements. On March 11, they premiered their new musical Macbeth at the Crea Theatre. With the addition of modern music, new dialogue, a dance crew, a choir and a band, to a well-known story, this performance of Macbeth was OnStage’s biggest show to date and hopefully not its last. Continue reading Review: Macbeth, A Musical

Newly Released Lustrum Budget Creates Controversy

By Lilli Kuechle  — The detailed budget for the first AUCSA Lustrum, a party celebrating the Student Association’s fifth anniversary, was released at the February 24th General Assembly (GA). It sparked criticism of the Lustrum Team’s spending, as well as the spending habits of AUCSA in general. The total budget for the event is €15,530, with a projected net loss of €7,280. The €8,250 of expected … Continue reading Newly Released Lustrum Budget Creates Controversy

28 Committees Later, AUC Still Searching For The Perfect Ratio

By Konstantin Kirilov — As the spring semester draws to a close, AUC’s student committees have begun their campaigns for prospective members. Third-year students are graduating, while others no longer have the time to contribute, and so the race is on to fill the required positions. And while many enjoy the variety of extracurricular activities offered, some members of the community have voiced concern over … Continue reading 28 Committees Later, AUC Still Searching For The Perfect Ratio

In Search of Balance, AUC Screen Turns to Japan

By Elias von Hildebrand — On Thursday, April 16th, the AUC Screen committee hosted its first ever anime screening. In an attempt to introduce the genre to the AUC community and possibly attract a larger audience, its members decided to show the Japanese television series ‘Noragami.’ Since its founding back in 2012, AUC Screen has had to find parity between the films students want to … Continue reading In Search of Balance, AUC Screen Turns to Japan