REVIEW: Uncovering a few “Hidden Figures”

On Monday, America remembered the efforts of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. On Friday, I learned about the work of a few "Hidden Figures." The film, which takes place in the early 1960's, is a testament to a few NASA employees' progressive efforts during the Civil Rights Movement. Doesn't ring a bell? I'll give a few more details … Continue reading REVIEW: Uncovering a few “Hidden Figures”

REVIEW: ‘The Crown’ brings British royalty to reality

In "The Crown," Netflix’s most recent original production, political drama, history, and the royalty all collide to create a 10-episode season that watches more like a movie than a television series. It has been documented as Netflix’s most expensive production, but the extra dollars were well spent. "The Crown" showcases exquisite costumes, gorgeous views of … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘The Crown’ brings British royalty to reality

REVIEW: ‘Doctor Strange’ is another systematic superhero film

I should start off saying that this film has many positives. Having seen director Scott Derrickson’s last film, "Deliver Us from Evil", in theaters, I can truly say that he has matured so incredibly much as an artist in just one film. Benedict Cumberbatch does a decent job as the arrogant doctor of the film’s … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Doctor Strange’ is another systematic superhero film

Bleeding blue, silver, pink and green – Olympiad XXIII

Olympiad — some say it's the best weekend of the year on campus. Students have the opportunity to compete head-to-head against other students in athletic, intellectual and artistic games and challenges. This year, the teams were the Pink Panthers, Silver Duct Tape, The Luck of the Irish and Pirates of the Cari-blue-an. Opening ceremonies kicked off … Continue reading Bleeding blue, silver, pink and green – Olympiad XXIII