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Movie Review: “When They See Us”

*Disclaimer: I’m not a black, Latinx or an indigenous individual. I’m an aspiring POC ally.  The gruesome tale of the Exonerated Five was a story that captivated America in 1989. Almost 30 years later, the dramatization of what they went through as kids is a

How Art Courses are Adapting to Hybrid Learning

In-person class gatherings have always been vital to art courses. Teaching, critiquing, and physically working on art projects happen best in-person. Since our arrival on campus, we have seen the in-classroom experience change and we have adapted our daily schedules in the new age of

What to Watch While Stuck In Your Room

Does the ongoing pandemic have you spending more time in your room than usual? Do you turn on your television or laptop, only to find that you have no clue what to watch next? You’ve already binged all of the shows Netflix recommended you, and

“5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche”

“5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche” hit the stage Thursday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. and has additional performances March 5, 6, and 7 at Kresge Theatre. The play is by Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood and directed by Marina Bergenstock. To get your tickets to

J. Cole’s Album “Born Sinner” Review

Before J.Cole dropped his famous no feature, triple-platinum album “Forest Hills Drive” he dropped “Born Sinner.” There is often a big discussion about which of the two is the better album. However, while “Forest Hills” is an incredible album, “Born Sinner” is often forgotten in

This Month on Netflix

With a new month comes all-new content available for streaming on the platform Netflix. Some include films ready for a re-watch and others are all new original content. Below are our top titles newly released on Netflix for March 2020:  “The Shawshank Redemption” (1994)- The

TikTok: Gen Z Trash or Here to Stay?

We’ve all watched them. TikTok has surprised us all and totally blown up despite all of the naysayers. For most, late nights watching our “For You” pages has become a guilty pleasure. But there are still many questions surrounding the new platform. Will TikTok die

An International Film Festival, Right Here in Beloit

This year marks the 14th anniversary of the Beloit International Film Festival. Located in the heart of Beloit, this year’s screenings are being held at The Hendricks Art Center, Bushel & Peck’s, Bagels & More, Domenicos, La Casa Grande and the Beloit Public Library. The