By Andrew Harwood A new year, the exact same series. Welcome back, cinephiles.  For the most part, this series has focused on the larger genres of film. From comedies to thrillers, mysteries to film noir. So, this week, let’s change that.  Film — more or less — is conveyed through textbook rules. Typically, film is […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis Much like lyrical genius Ludacris, I too was 13 when I had my first love. Ain’t nobody in the world who compared to my baby: Academy Award winning actor Leonardo Dicaprio, who has recently been nominated for his sixth Oscar for his performance in the dramedy “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” […]

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By Alia Al-ChalabiIf you’re anything like me, you have dabbled in going vegetarian for a few years and then stopped because the dining hall didn’t have enough options when you arrived on campus. Well, now that I have a kitchen, I am doing my best to cut back on eating meat more than a few […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis As a college student, winter break is generally highly anticipated. The chunk of time between Thanksgiving and finals — for me, at least — is brutal, and the relief of not having to do school work for more than three weeks is euphoric. Unfortunately, my “break” was thwarted by a visit to […]

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By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar Whether you spent winter break tanning on the beaches of Cabo, skiing in a mountain resort or just spending time with your friends and family, getting back into the groove of a new semester can be daunting. It’s important to always practice self-care when facing new and exciting changes in life.  […]

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By Liam Grogan We live in an era of absolutes in the media. With every story, there’s a rush to make things as black and white as possible so we can easily distinguish between who we believe to be right and wrong. Democrats and Republicans, boomers and Gen Z-ers, Thanos and the Avengers, dogs and […]

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By Katherine Wright  Following the release of “Frozen 2,” the world has been, once again, taken by a “Frozen” storm. Your favorite radio station plays “Into the Unknown” on repeat, posters of Princess Elsa’s face consume every movie theater, bananas proudly display snowman Olaf stickers. It is unavoidable and all-powerful — so the only option […]

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