CRESCENT MAGAZINE APRIL 2021

VIEW FULL ISSUE UE Without Borders: International Students in the Pandemic Article>International Students When UE resumed in-person classes this fall, most students’ return depended solely on a reopened campus. But […]

COVID-19’s Impact on UE Sports

Article>UE Sports The athletic season at UE and other universities across the nation was cancelled when COVID-19 began its spread across the U.S. last spring, and at many universities, the […]

The Show Must Go On

Article>UE Theater The history of theatre spans thousands of years, and while its demise has often been predicted, it lives on today. The pandemic launched the longest shutdown in the […]

Vaccinate The Virus

Article>Covid Vaccination It has been over a year since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S. and vaccine distribution is underway. Over 100 million people have been vaccinated […]

The Fallen Linden Beauty

Peace Ilegomah The Fallen Linden Beauty    The tree that stood tall in front of Olmsted Administration Hall was a magnet for generations of students. They studied in its shade, […]

CRESCENT MAGAZINE APRIL 2019

VIEW FULL ISSUE Mother Earth Celebrating Our Home cover > Mother Earth As humans, we are granted the privilege of living on Earth. In order for our planet to properly […]

Mother Earth Celebrating Our Home

cover > Mother Earth As humans, we are granted the privilege of living on Earth. In order for our planet to properly provide for us, our lifestyles must reflect behaviors […]

More Than Meets Th Eye

Rap is a well-known genre of music, but most listeners are unaware of its many subgenres that make it great. voices > rap, trap & boom bap kaleb | SLAGLE […]

Blazing Her Own Path

a closer look > Tiffany Griffith dallas | CARTER “Did I mention I’m a smartass?” Tiffany Griffith, assistant professor of English and Director of Rhetoric and Composition, asked.  Tiffany has […]