Category: Columns

The voice of a generation: The Review’s staff reflects on their favorite Frank Ocean songs

The voice of a generation: The Review’s staff reflects on their favorite Frank Ocean songs

Column- October 27, 2019

It is evident that Ocean is a voice of a generation who has significant meaning to every person for varying reasons.

Unusual horror flicks to watch this spooky season

Unusual horror flicks to watch this spooky season

Column- October 27, 2019

It’s that time of year again when the uncontrollable urge to watch horror films is met by the smell of pumpkin spice in the air ...

Album and film review: “Jesus is King” tries to make the profane into the sacred with mixed results

Album and film review: “Jesus is King” tries to make the profane into the sacred with mixed results

Column- October 27, 2019

The album experience of “Jesus is King” is one thing, but the film takes it to another confounding place entirely.

Album Review: “Two Hands” is Big Thief’s testament to the elemental force of the human spirit

Album Review: “Two Hands” is Big Thief’s testament to the elemental force of the human spirit

Album Review- October 20, 2019

“Two Hands” channels the heat and expansive landscape, elevating the band’s sound to an elemental force, fully defining each member.

Grotto: Coming to a theater near you

Grotto: Coming to a theater near you

Column- October 20, 2019

No matter how terrible your life is, it won’t seem so god awful after listening to the events that transpire behind Grotto.

Checkout line philosophy: what working a minimum-wage job has taught me

Checkout line philosophy: what working a minimum-wage job has taught me

Column- October 8, 2019

There are few other circumstances where people in this day and age just take the time to talk to one another, and especially with someone ...

Masculinity in Movies: “Ad Astra” and “Moonlight” (spoiler warning)

Masculinity in Movies: “Ad Astra” and “Moonlight” (spoiler warning)

Column- October 8, 2019

How does masculinity limit one’s expression of feeling? Is it a slow-moving and self-destructive poison fueled by confidence and outside expectations?

Natalie is Soy-Free: What is a food sensitivity?

Natalie is Soy-Free: What is a food sensitivity?

Column- September 29, 2019

It felt like everything that put into my system caused a problem; I was cramped, bloated and suffering. Finally, in the summer of 2018, I ...

Pumpkin spice and everything nice: Mosaic’s review of campus’ fall drinks

Pumpkin spice and everything nice: Mosaic’s review of campus’ fall drinks

Column- September 29, 2019

Fall only comes once a year, so take full advantage of the opportunity to sip on some pumpkin-y goodness.

Album review: “Jaimie” presents Brittany Howard at her most powerful, singing for us all

Album review: “Jaimie” presents Brittany Howard at her most powerful, singing for us all

Column- September 29, 2019

Brittany Howard is a perfect example of what can happen when an artist challenges themself by taking a chance to do what feels authentic.