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“The Post” powerfully preaches the free press

“The Post” powerfully preaches the free press

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

January 16, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Everyone has heard the phrase “History repeats itself” and today, I tend to agree with that. We are currently in the midst of a battle between the government and the free press, an almost identical situation to the hard fought battle in 1971 between the country’s largest publications and the Nixon...

Recap: 75th Golden Globes

Isabella Brock, Contributing Writer

January 16, 2018


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The Golden Globes took place over the past weekend, and this year brought heavy competition and many memorable moments as Hollywood celebrated another year of great entertainment and incredible social movements that have changed the industry. Stars saluted women in film by wearing black and discussin...

“Bright” leaves viewers unsatisfied

“Bright” leaves viewers unsatisfied

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

January 8, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Netflix’s most recent original full-length feature, “Bright”, while entertaining, might have been a bit too ambitious for the streaming service. The film follows Will Smith as LAPD Officer Daryl Ward and his Orc partner Nick Jakoby (played by Joel Edgerton) as they navigate an alternate present-day f...

Gen Z finds a voice with “Grown-ish”

Gen Z finds a voice with “Grown-ish”

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

January 8, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Following the overwhelming critical and commercial success of ABC’s “Black-ish”, creator Kenya Barris seized the opportunity to create a new show directed toward a younger and much sought after demographic. From that, the new spin-off “Grown-ish” was born. Airing on Freeform Wednesday nights at...

What’s fresh on Netflix

What’s fresh on Netflix

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

January 8, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Peaky Blinders This often overlooked period drama set in Birmingham, England after World War I has recieved immense critical acclaim over the course of its four seasons so far. Often described as the middle ground between "Downton Abbey" and "Boardwalk Empire", this show is the perfect choice for people...

The divide in “Black Mirror”

The divide in “Black Mirror”

Mackenzie Murtaugh, Copy Editor

January 8, 2018


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

A spoiler alert is necessary, as many plot points and endings will be discussed and analyzed from here on out. The fourth season of Netflix’s British smash hit “Black Mirror” premiered on Dec. 29, 2017 to vivid reactions by fans. Viewers prepared by rewatching the past seasons of the mind-bendi...

A Winter break binge watching guide

A Winter break binge watching guide

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

December 14, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

For those of you who want to maximize this break’s binge-watching potential, there are a handful of shows that can rise to the occasion. Shows that are tried and true and have over 100 episodes for you to autoplay one after another until Netflix has to confirm that you’re still alive. Without further ad...

What’s fresh on Amazon Prime

What’s fresh on Amazon Prime

Matt Koske

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

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Networks at war: Popularity of military TV shows rise as quality falls

Networks at war: Popularity of military TV shows rise as quality falls

Lacey Latch

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

A montage of bullets flying through the air, military members barking commands, all done through the haze created by the sandy terrain of the Middle East. The scene closes with the narrator loudly announcing, “‘The Brave’ Mondays on NBC.” A quick flip of the channel would offer you a similar...

The Walking Dead episode 3: “Monsters” recap

The Walking Dead episode 3: “Monsters” recap

Cailey Gleeson

November 13, 2017


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“They’re coming for us,” says King Ezekiel (Khary Payton). “And yet I smile. And yet Carol (Melissa McBride) smiles.”  Read More »...

Gary Oldman surrenders himself to Winston Churchill

Gary Oldman surrenders himself to Winston Churchill

Matt Koske

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Winston Churchill is a man who has not only been played by many, but written on by many too. The British Prime Minister was quite the busy man in his heyday, but it is the keen attention to detail during the month of May in 1940 that director Joe Wright (“Atonement” and “Pride and Prejudice”)...

What’s new on Netflix

What’s new on Netflix

Matt Koske

November 6, 2017


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

[accordions] [accordion title="While We're Young" load="show"] Shortly after director and writer Noah Baumbach's "The Meyerowitz Stories" was released on Netflix, one of his past gems from 2014, "While We're Young," was added to the streaming service. Ben Stiller plays Josh, a documentarian that is n...

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