Davis Rennella ’24 imagines a man traveling across worlds in a piece originally published in the Fall 2022 edition of “The Indicator.”
Davis Rennella '24
On Saturday, the Eighmy Powerhouse hosted back-to-back performances featuring the musical ensembles Gemini and Modality. Staff Writer Davis Rennella ’24 reviews the contrasting performances, from Gemini’s evocative musical landscapes to Modality’s unorthodox improvisation.
Davis Rennella ’24 reviews Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard’s new movie, “Thirteen Lives,” a dramatized account of the mission to rescue a boy’s soccer team trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand.
Jazz@Friedmann Room has been an important recurring social event on campus amid a slow return to “normalcy.” Davis Rennella ʼ24 chronicles the founding of the program’s predecessor, Jazz@Schwemms.
Davis Rennella '24 reviews A24's adaptation, "The Tragedy of Macbeth," directed by Joel Coen. The film's unconventional set design and focus on the inanimate make the film a unique take on Shakespeare's classic play.
Staff Writer Davis Renella '24 reviews "No Times to Die," Daniel Craig's final performance as James Bond. Marred by unemotional acting, overcomplicated plot points, too many characters, and weak writing, it's a disappointing finale.
Staff writer Davis Renella '25 covers the Family Day performance of The Storm Clouds, Amherst College's own student jazz ensemble, a skillful demonstration which moved effortlessly between high-energy pieces and slower ballads.