Friday, March 31, 2023

Arts and Entertainment

Review: “Focus on Painting” exhibition offers a sampling of digestible “art snacks” from a larger feast

“Focus on Painting” features an array of distinctive paintings from the university’s expansive Museums Collections. Staff Writer Nadya Ellerhorst recently visited the exhibition in Old College and gives her thoughts on its kaleidoscopic approach.

Review: New campus art and educational exhibits to sightsee

The university makes some upgrades to campus life by adding six new exhibitions containing a variety of arts and educational displays. Staff writer Caroline Powell visited two of the six to review the exhibitions herself.

Movie Review: The darkness of “Broker” is expertly punctuated with light

Director Hirokazu Koreeda’s “Broker” isn’t your everyday road trip movie. Staff Writer Nadya Ellerhorst reviews the genre-defying, thought-provoking film that recently got its American release.

Commentary: The downfall of David Dobrik, the Vlog Squad and the consequences of their lifestyle

Recently, the Vlog Squad has come under fire for a handful of different misconduct allegations.

From the fourth dimension: A deep dive into Death Grips

BY GERSHOM SHAHID Staff Reporter There were many amazing and boundary pushing music acts to come out during the...

“Dancing with the Devil”: A docuseries on Demi Lovato’s overdose

In their new docuseries, Demi Lovato raises awareness about how recovery doesn’t always look the same for everyone and that exploring options and different paths is often the best way to figure out what works best for you.

Raising money for charity during COVID-19

BY DANIELLE MCILTROT Senior Reporter Senior Reporter Danielle McIltrot discusses fundraising, charity and how it all has shifted as...

Captain Blue Hen vs. the comics industry: Comics and the economy of boredom

For Murray, comics are a real business and they deserve to be treated as such.
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