Tommy Martin
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Commandment XI: Thou shall not know

The first 10 minutes of “The Christians” made me feel trapped. A church altar served as the entire stage, and the audience took the place […]

An American Guitar Story

In the age of Youtube, guitar has taken on the appearance of a simple instrument. Grab a six string, download a tuning app, watch a […]

Sing, O Muse, of the Rage of Silliman

For a moment on the Sunday evening of Oct. 29, silence consumed a classroom in William L. Harkness Hall. The door opened and five men […]

Bolshevik Revolution remembered through film

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, an audience of 75 people watched Esfir Shub’s “The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty” on Wednesday […]

Liberian World Fellow reflects on treating Ebola

About 250,000 Liberians were killed in the country’s 14-year civil war and almost 5,000 died during the Ebola crisis. But despite the civil unrest and […]

Religious groups provide relief in laughter

In response to increasing detentions of undocumented immigrants, the Hamden-based progressive Reform synagogue Congregation Mishkan Israel decided to laugh alongside members of the immigrant community, […]

Meaning Beyond Limits // Tommy Martin

To create her exhibit, Greyson Hong recorded rather than produced. “Your Only Limit is You” features a collection of snapshots into the life of Hong. […]

Malloy vetoes Republican budget

Nearly a full quarter into the new fiscal year, Connecticut is the only state in the country without a budget. Governor Dannel Malloy on Thursday […]