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'Covers the campus like the magnolias'
"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

Scorsese effortlessly stages the vicious conspirators of the Osage murders. (Courtesy of IMDb)

‘Killers of The Flower Moon’ haunts the American West

James Watson, Arts & Culture Editor November 13, 2023

“As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster,” the late Ray Liotta’s Henry Hill announces in Martin Scorsese’s 1991 feature film “Goodfellas.” The line bursts with romantic...

Sivan has explained that he started writing this album after a big breakup in 2019 and a subsequent period where he rediscovered the beauty of relationships. (Courtesy of Spotify)

Troye Sivan’s ‘Something to Give Each Other’ is a pop masterclass

Kenley McClure, Staff Writer November 8, 2023

On Oct. 13, Troye Sivan released his third album “Something to Give Each Other” — his first album release in five years. I must admit, while I do enjoy what I’ve heard of Sivan’s music, I have...

Dr. Michael Snediker, the author of “The Apartment of Tragic Appliances,” reads aloud from “Landscape as Ascesis.”

Dean Family Speaker Series event befuddles students

Adam Coil, Arts & Culture Editor October 30, 2023

On Oct. 19, The Dean Family Speaker Series welcomed Dr. Christopher Freeburg and Dr. Michael Snediker to the Z. Smith Reynolds Library to discuss “What Aesthetics Matter.” Many students found it difficult...

Bad Bunny says his newest album is for his true fans.

Nadie sabe the future of Bad Bunny’s music

Caroline Mederos, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

How do you follow a record-breaking album? Bad Bunny, or Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio's, last album "Un Verano Sin Ti" shattered industry standards as the first album in Spanish to be nominated for...

Ally Werstler enjoyed The Holdovers the most of the films she saw.

Dispatch from Abroad: BFI London Film Festival gets mixed review

Ally Werstler, Staff Writer October 25, 2023

The London International Film Festival is one of the biggest movie celebrations in the world, with this year alone showing over 250 titles in eleven historic theaters across the city. I had the incredible...

Teezos provocative appearance is as boundary-pushing as his music. (Courtesy of Spotify)

Teezo Touchdown’s newest project as eccentric as him

Cooper Sullivan, Sports Editor October 9, 2023

Unless you’re Teezo Touchdown’s stylist, it is impossible to nail him down.  The Beaumont, Texas-native’s music is not the most genre-bending or sonically pioneering by any means, but it feels...

(Courtesy of IMDb).

‘BoJack Horseman’ is a philosophical roller-coaster ride

Syed Abdullah, Contributing Writer October 2, 2023

​​From the swear-happy “South Park,” to the constant flashbacking of “Family Guy,” to the zany escapades of “Rick and Morty,” many animated shows for adult folks have become enduring 21st-century...

Four artists perform at a poetry reading in the Hanes Art Gallery on Sept. 14.

A pair of poetic evenings break political, artistic boundaries

Breanna Laws, Print Managing Editor September 20, 2023

Footsteps reverberate across the concrete floors in the Hanes Art Gallery. Whispered voices ascend the staircase, and people of all ages and backgrounds begin to take their seats. Beside me, someone’s...

Vampire is Olivia Rodrigos lead single for her album GUTS (Courtesy of IMDb).

Olivia Rodrigo spills her ‘Guts’ on her sophomore album

Carolyn Malman, Staff Writer September 20, 2023

On Sept. 8, Olivia Rodrigo dropped her highly anticipated sophomore album “Guts,” which was made, once again, in collaboration with her producer Dan Nigro. Two years following the release of her debut...

‘Glass Onion’ is the perfect rewatch movie

Ally Werstler, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

"Glass Onion,” Rian Johnson’s sequel to the critically acclaimed 2019 whodunnit film, “Knives Out,” takes viewers on another wild ride of twists and turns with the world-renowned — and hilarious...

Mitskis new album explores deeper concepts, like the price of fame.

Mitski’s “Laurel Hell” explores fame and relationships

Alexandra Karlinchak, Senior Writer February 10, 2022

 On Feb. 4, Mitski released “Laurel Hell”, her sixth — and potentially final — studio album. Her goal for the album was simple: to make meaningful music that served as an honest depiction of who...

Adam Coil writes that A24s The Tragedy of Macbeth was underwhelming.

“Macbeth” adaptation underwhelms viewers

Adam Coil, Life Editor January 20, 2022

A24 took a step back this past year with its latest release, "The Tragedy of Macbeth". A24, which has been a shining light in the film industry for its ability to produce movies that are off of the beaten...

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