Music. The beautiful collection of melodies intertwining with poetism. The net casted on memories, pulling ideas from the depths … More
A piece inspired by the writing style of the famous American author Ernest Hemingway. His style, while at times a … More
As the year of 2016 winds down, I wanted to share a short list of my favorite books that I read this past year. So as you head into the holiday season and the boredom of being away from school sets in, look to this list if you find yourself needing something to do.
If you’re like pretty much every other college student, you’ve been putting studying and projects off for weeks, but there’s … More
Earlier this year, Revolution Café and Bar in downtown Bryan brought something precious back to Bryan/College Station, something we thought we had lost after the A&M system regents approved a change to the university seal and Johnny Manziel, patron saint of football and hard living, was cut from the Browns. What was that thing, you ask?
Forget Christmas! It’s the most wonderful time of the year: the release of the new issue of The Eckleburg Project!
The Spring 2016 issue of TEP has been in the works since January, with artists refining their best work and sending it in and the editorial team working tirelessly to craft a perfect issue.
For about a decade, Mic Check Poetry in Bryan has been nourishing the poetry-starved members of the community by bringing weekly open mic poetry to the Bryan/College Station area. Then in 2011, the non-profit wanted to further feed the poetry addicts by hosting an annual state-wide slam poetry contest called the Texas Grand Slam Poetry Festival. This year is no different, with only a few short days until the 3-day festival commences!
Throughout your entire life—especially when you’re in college—you encounter many varying personalities, and a lot of these very different characters … More
In February of 2015, Texas A&M University was graced by the presence of none other than George R.R. Martin, the … More
1. Wait, that’s on the syllabus? The semester is already halfway over and your professor casually mentions in class the … More