Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Bachelor–more awkward than ever

Watching a dating show always induces some nervous laughter and cringing but lately, The Bachelor has left me speechless and uncomfortable.  This season has been filled with awkward silences, annoyingly dramatic women, and repetition.  What this unfortunate change has made … Continue reading

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Chelsea Does – Luke Kohler

Chelsea Handler is my kind of comedian… brutally honest, self-deprecating, offensive when needed or when she desires, and well, funny as hell. That being said, I don’t usually watch stand-up comedy on Netflix unless there’s absolutely nothing else available. I … Continue reading

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My Weekend Watching “Cooked” – Emily Strachan

This weekend my friend introduced me to a new Netflix documentary series called, “Cooked.”  Based off of a book, the four episode series attempts to examine our cultures’ relationship with food.  Recently, a lot of documentaries have dealt with health … Continue reading

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Spotlight: A Review & the Oscars – Corey Washburn

Aside from the praise this film has received since its debut, it has been suggested to me many times by friends, professors, and peers who have seen and loved it. I am in an editing course this semester and was … Continue reading

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Diversity in Film: ‘Lack of opportunity, not talent’ -Viola Davis

{Devin Williams} I found this particular segment of NBC’s TODAY Show featuring, Emmy Award Winning Actress, Viola Davis, to be so inspiring, as she powerfully shared her opinion on diversity in film. Not to mention, because she will be in … Continue reading

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Work Work Work Work Work

As a recent Tidal subscriber*, and an avid fan of both Drake and Rihanna, I was eagerly anticipating the release of not one, but two videos for Rihanna’s recent single “Work” featuring Drake. Some people may be sick of the … Continue reading

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Kesha in the Classroom

Megan Barr The most refreshing part about courses like ours is the amount freedom our discussion have. It never feels like anything is off topic. I believed that my legal class was going to be similar. We have been tackling … Continue reading

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