Articles by Mia Hildebrandt

NJSO College Night

Being a college student has its perks—one is $10 tickets for front-row seats for a New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) Concert. A busload of eager concertgoers arrived at the New…


Strings and Things

“What amazed me most when I came to Stevens was that there are so many groups on campus and so many different and easy ways to get involved in the…


Oh, What a Night!

On the evening of Sept. 15, a handful of Stevens Orchestra students attended the Rutgers Symphony Orchestra (RSO) concert, ‘FALLA, CHOPIN, and TCHAIKOVSKY’. The students were encouraged to go, especially…


It’s Lit

“Music is dope,” Josh Pirog explains. “It’s the only inanimate thing that [can] completely brighten my day. It’s very powerful.” As a kid growing up, Josh enjoyed singing. “I think…


Write On

If you have ever stopped by the Writing and Communications Center (WCC) in Morton 210, you have seen Bobby Pelphrey. He is the super friendly face that greets all Stevens…


Sal, the Star

Sal Finocchiaro, originally from Clifton, NJ, is a junior Biomedical Engineering student at Stevens, as well as the new concertmaster of the Stevens Orchestra. His beginnings in music occurred as…


Dream team

Zisi Komar, originally from San Diego, CA, is a second year Biomedical Engineering student. In addition to playing on the Stevens women’s soccer team, she is a part of the…



Always and forever P!nk

Billie Haas knew she wanted to pursue some form of art for her whole life. In high school the realm of live entertainment piqued her interest, which in turn led…


Stepping outside her box

Margaret Marino, originally from Glen Ridge, New Jersey, is a freshman majoring in Visual Arts and Technology. Although she describes herself as a “pencil and paper kind of girl,” she…