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The ‘Black Mirror’ episode ‘USS Callister’ is a journey of space and mind

The ‘Black Mirror’ episode ‘USS Callister’ is a journey of space and mind

By John Buday, Collegian Correspondent

February 1, 2018


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The first episode of the show’s fourth season inspires unsettling premises.

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‘The Post’ is a riveting thriller of suspense, charm and courageous audacity

‘The Post’ is a riveting thriller of suspense, charm and courageous audacity

By Charlie Turner, Collegian Staff

February 1, 2018


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An excellently crafted and polished script allows ‘The Post’ to gut-punch with suspense even when nothing noteworthy is happening on screen.

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Michael Wolff’s capture of Trump is fiery and furious

Michael Wolff’s capture of Trump is fiery and furious

By Isaac Simon

January 31, 2018


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The man we’ve seen is no different from an inside perspective.

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The Grammys are coming up; predictions are in

The Grammys are coming up; predictions are in

By Steven Turner-Parker

January 24, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Music, Scrolling Headlines

This year there is no doubt that Hip-Hop and R&B dominated the overall music scene nationally and around the globe. Even through in past years it seems like these two categories never got there just due, this year is different with Jay-Z having the most nominated album this year. This is also...

Sticking to your fitness New Year’s resolutions

Sticking to your fitness New Year’s resolutions

By Nicholas Remillard

January 24, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Fitness, Headlines, Scrolling Headlines

One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to begin a regular workout routine and/or to eat better, but unfortunately, many people do not get beyond making that first assertion. At the beginning of each year, gyms experience an expected rush when hordes of newcomers fill the weight rooms...

‘The Shape of Water’ fantastically celebrates our love affair with monsters

‘The Shape of Water’ fantastically celebrates our love affair with monsters

By Ben Tuval

January 24, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Scrolling Headlines, Television

Think how absurd it must have been for Fox Searchlight Pictures to hear monster Guillermo del Toro’s pitch: at a top secret government research lab during The Cold War, a lonely, mute janitor falls in love with an amphibious humanoid creature subjected to vicious experiments. This is “The Shape...