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Movie of the Month: “Minari” and the American Dream.
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Movie of the Month: “Minari” and the American Dream.

We are one year removed from “Parasite” being the first South Korean film to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards and making history. A24 now brings the tender, poignant, and delightful “Minari” to the table. “Minari” follows a Korean family that immigrates to Arkansas in the mid-1980s and the […]

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The Art of Journaling: An insight into reflective writing.

Journaling can look different for everybody. Some people like to bullet journal to stay organized, some prefer a short, daily entry, and others are utterly overwhelmed by the prospect. I have been an avid journaler for around three years now. What once started as a failed discipline attempt in high […]

Community Through Virtual Events: An overview of SAB’s attempts in creating companionship in COVID.
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Community Through Virtual Events: An overview of SAB’s attempts in creating companionship in COVID.

On Friday, Feb. 5, SAB held a virtual paint night for students to explore some creativity while maintaining social distancing. SAB advertised this event by telling students to join as a professional guides them step by step to paint their very own masterpiece. Over the week, the club set up […]

Halftime Show History Crossword
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Halftime Show History Crossword

Across: 2. Who performed the 2021 Super Bowl halftime show? 6. Which performer in 2004 suffered one of the most famous wardrobe malfunctions ever? 9. Which artist was asked if they were okay to perform in the rain, and replied, “Can you make it rain harder?” 10. Which member of […]

Black Representation in Film MAAC Event: Understanding how the history of Black caricatures in film affects film and society today.
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Black Representation in Film MAAC Event: Understanding how the history of Black caricatures in film affects film and society today.

On Tuesday, Feb. 9, MAAC held a dinner and discussion featuring Eugene Haynes, a professor of Race and Ethnicity in Mass Media and Film at Temple University. This event was one of a monthly dinner and discussion held by the club throughout the spring semester. The topic of discussion for […]

The Art of Horror Film: A look into the art of everything frightening.
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The Art of Horror Film: A look into the art of everything frightening.

When I was little, my mom and I would frequently visit a local bookstore whenever she dragged me along on her errands. I remember this store fondly, and how I would always pick out my books quickly in order to have enough time to run to the back and peek […]

The Struggles of Entertainment in 2021: When can live entertainment open their curtains?
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The Struggles of Entertainment in 2021: When can live entertainment open their curtains?

In a world of isolation and disconnection, technology has been a lifesaver during this pandemic, especially for the arts. Like every other industry, the live entertainment scene was dramatically impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Broadway theatres went dark last March and will continue to be closed until at least May […]

Eastern’s 24 Hour Play Workshop: Insight on the creative works of Eastern students and alumni.
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Eastern’s 24 Hour Play Workshop: Insight on the creative works of Eastern students and alumni.

When you think about how long it takes to write a play, you probably think of it taking days, weeks, months, or even years to finish and get to be stage-ready; however, a group of Eastern students and alumni, along with a production team, took on the challenge of writing […]

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Top 6 Shows to Watch in Isolation: Some “not-so-popular” shows to spice up your quarantine boredom.

Finding shows on Netflix can be difficult on its own, adding extra time on our hands can make it almost impossible to find something binge-worthy. I don’t know if it’s just me, but I am pretty sure I have watched more shows in these past 10 months than I have […]

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2020 Music in the Midst of a Pandemic: A look at the best COVID-19 music.

The year 2020 — a year of adversity, fear, uncertainty, and major struggle. Mental health, small business prosperity and normal life took a decline into what seemed like a dark abyss. Smaller artists in the music industry took a large hit as well, with many artists struggling to stay afloat […]