The Academy Awards commercials reflected the country’s politically-charged atmosphere.
Sharply dressed stars like Brie Larson and Alicia Vikander won on and off the red carpet.
The Arts & Living section of the Daily Collegian looks at a broad spectrum of film largely overlooked by the 88th Academy Awards.
The Daily Collegian will provide live updates of the 2016 Oscars Ceremony. Follow along with #OscarsMDC
The 87th annual Academy Awards get it right, mostly, in Sunday night’s ceremony.
From Sidney Poitier to David Oyelowo, Academy snubs black actors in positions of power.
Year after year the Academy overlooks film’s greatest talents and their work.
The Masschusetts Daily Collegian covers the Oscars live on Twitter using the hashtag #OscarsMDC.
The under watched gems discuss thought provoking themes.
Keaton delivers performance of the year.
Elise Martorano explains how honoring abusers at award shows gives off the dangerous notion that talent is a justification for ignoring violent behavior.
Ellen DeGeneres hosts an entertaining, albeit unsurprising Oscars ceremony.
Celebrities stun and set the trends for the upcoming season at the Oscars on Sunday night.
This year’s Oscar-nominated short films include “Mr. Hublot,” “Get a Horse” and “Feral.”
Emily Merlino discusses actors and actresses who have yet to win an Oscar but she believes have deserved the honor.
Elise Martorano decries sexist humor from The Onion, Seth MacFarlane and others, on the night of the the 2013 Academy Awards.
Collegian Correspondent Soren Hough discusses the 2013 Academy Awards with guest speaker Josh Rosenfield of the University of Rhode Island.
With a remarkable cast and a breathtaking story, “A Separation”, a film that takes place in modern day Iran, seeks the truth in more way than one.
Fashion blogger Nia Decailles looks at the best and worst dressed of the Oscars.
Collegian columnist Katie McKenna tries to figure out what intrinsic merits, if any, works of art hold or whether it’s all just flashy commercialism.