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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Beyond Ferguson: Poetry, Prose and Student Activism on Campus

On Monday, Feb. 8 in the Cohen Lounge, students and faculty came to listen to Jamila Lyiscott and Lavelle Porter discuss student activism, racial...

Review: Tale as Old as Time Reimagined Beautifully in New ‘Beauty and the Beast’

It is rare for a film to be deemed a classic from the first time it graces the silver screen, but “Beauty and the...

‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’ is a True ‘WTF’

Whenever Tina Fey and Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels team up to produce a film, the comedy expectations are set high. Their new...

Student Artist Profile: Maddie Best

Q: What is the name of your major? A: I’m a senior filmmaking major. Q: When you did you start filming movies? A: I started making short...

Beirut’s ‘No No No’ is More Ok Ok Ok

In what is considered to be a step away from Beirut’s 2011 The Rip Tide, an album widely acclaimed for its distinctive orchestral melodies,...

Jesse Owens Would be Proud of Race

The incredible true story of the United States’ best track and field athlete has finally come to the silver screen. It is amazing that...

The Building that Never Sleeps: Behind the Art at Calcia Hall

By Stephanie Pitera, Contributing Writer

‘Goosebumps’ Still Thrills

It is safe to say that most of us college kids have read at least one Goosebumps book in our past. At the very...

‘Midnight Special’ is Weirdly Beautiful

Writer/director Jeff Nichols’ newest film, "Midnight Special," is just as ambiguous as the title suggests. The entire film is an interpret-it-as-you-will story that is...

Scream Queens: A Show to Die For

It seems a bit unusual to start a horror-mystery show with a woman staring at her blood-covered hands. This has to be the ending;...
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