As many prepare for sorority recruitment this week, they may not know what to expect from the process. Staff writer Madison Mills uses her personal experience rushing Zeta Tau Alpha to advise newcomers to have confidence, keep an open mind and be yourself.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City opened its doors Monday once again for the annual Met Gala. Due to COVID-19, the gala that usually takes place the first Monday of May didn’t happen last year, and this year’s celebration was moved to September, marking the end of New York Fash…

In Kacey Musgraves' first album since the release of her Grammy Award-winning album "Golden Hour," she pushes sonic and lyrical boundaries in a complete departure from her roots in country music. "Star-Crossed" is a concept album depicting the tragedy surrounded by her heavily-publicized divorce in 2020.

Since opening its doors in July, Island Wing Company has made a splash in Harrisonburg. With an expansive menu of wings, fish tacos, hamburgers, flatbread pizzas, salads and vegetarian and gluten-free options, owners Travis and Corri Loan hope to bring island vibes to the 'Burg.

Following the release of Kanye West's new album, "Donda," a media uproar has surrounded the release in controversy. West claimed the album — named after his late mother — was released by his label without his permission. Contributing writer Emma Johnson said regardless of the potential early release, the 27-song album feels "over the top" and "bizarre," rating it three stars.

As Dukes return to Harrisonburg, many may want to make changes for their health in the start of the new semester. Eating out can be difficult, but the Friendly City holds a wide variety of restaurants with plant-based alternatives.

Elizabeth "Libby" Custer lived by the mantra, "Get up and dress up and show up." In her 106 years of life — spent almost entirely in Rockingham County —  Libby was multi-faceted. She coordinated the first Rockingham County Fair, ignited the Turkey industry in the Shenandoah Valley and created works of art free of charge. In "Libby," her great-great niece Caitlin McAvoy (’15) tells the story of the local legend.