The Saber

The Sounds of Columbus: Skyler Saufley

March 1, 2017

Written by Javere Johnson   The blues, with deep base and distorted, soulful guitar, can provide a musical experience unlike any other. If you have ever been to one of Skyler Saufley’s shows, then you know that he and his band are delivering just t...

CSU One-Act Festival Begins Production

March 1, 2017

Written by Sam Sachs   On Feb. 16, the Department of Theatre held its auditions for the annual One-Act Festival, a series of short plays starring, directed and produced solely by CSU students. Student directors, actors and stage managers met in the ...

Creating WCUG’s Old-Timey Radio Drama

March 1, 2017

Written by David Bost   Walking downtown past the Carpenter’s Building on a lazy Sunday afternoon, you might just see the cast and crew of Stone Cold Mysteries plotting their next murderous show. Every episode follows 1890s detecti...

“Patterns of Existence”- Student Art Shows Take Off

March 1, 2017

Written by Zoe Audifferen      “When you don’t believe in it, the work doesn’t seem authentic. It’s that honesty that really makes the work strong,” said art major Julianna Wells. Wells’s first solo exhibition “Patterns of Existence...

In “American Buffalo,” Students and Professors Act Together

February 2, 2017

Written by David Bost     The latest CSU theatre production differs from most because it incorporates faculty in the cast. “American Buffalo” follows Don, played by Professor Larry McDonald, the proprietor of a junk shop in Chic...

CSU Theatre’s Excellent “Fiddler” More Relevant Than Ever

January 24, 2017

Written by Scott Berson       “Fiddler on the Roof” has always been a show of the times, and this month’s heartfelt production from CSU’s Department of Theatre is no exception. The story of 19th century Jewish family facing...

SPARK Wants to Heal the Community Through Art

November 8, 2016

     SPARK, a group of Columbus artists, came into being on December 15, 2015 when founding members Rachel “Smiley” White, Stevie Mauro, and Juanilda Diolosa’s friend Keely had to move away because s...

‘Way Down Film Fest’ to Debut at Springer Oct. 21-22

October 13, 2016

Written by Jacquelyn DeLauder     This October, the inaugural Way Down Film Festival (WDFF) kicks off on the main stage of the Springer Opera House. Founders Stacy Cunningham, Jacy Jenkins, and Cora King are striving to infuse Columbu...

Schwob Students Learn from New York Professor Through Disklavier “Remote Piano”

October 12, 2016

Written by Toni Stauffer       The inaugural Schwob School of Music Remote Lesson occurred without a hitch on Monday, October 10.    The event was the second of five classes from the master class series sponsored by Yamaha, wh...

Arts Spotlight: Julianna Wells (Painting)

September 28, 2016

Written by Elaine Hoffmeister   Let me paint a picture for you: Julianna Wells, age 21 and a senior art studio major who loves what she’s doing. “Painting is my life, and I am thankful I am able to pursue it every day. I p...

Arts Spotlight: Amanda Black (Theatre)

September 28, 2016

Written by Elaine Hoffmeister   Enter Amanda Black, stage left, a 24-year-old senior theatre major with a passion for performance and playwriting. She decided to pursue theatre at Columbus State University after ta...

Arts Spotlight: Stephen Clayton (Music)

September 28, 2016

Written by Elaine Hoffmeister   The hills are alive with talent from CSU’s music program. One remarkable young man who embodies the hard work and discipline of a musician is Stephen Clayton, 21, a senior music performance major. His instrum...

The official website for the Columbus State University award-winning student-run publication
Arts