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The Best of Last Semester: Music, Movies and Moments

The Best of Last Semester: Music, Movies and Moments

September 4, 2019

By Margaret Rothfus Want to know what caught the Ram’s eye in the culture section last semester? Amongst all the happenings of spring 2019, a few stand out. Here’s the best of what our writers thou...

Game of Thrones Fans Gear Up for the Final Season

Game of Thrones Fans Gear Up for the Final Season

March 6, 2019

In just a few short months, viewers will finally know who wins the Game of Thrones, once and for all.

Sorry to Bother You: An Unobvious Satire

Sorry to Bother You: An Unobvious Satire

September 12, 2018

By Matt Dillon Sorry to Bother You starts out like a mid-2000s workplace comedy. The directionless Cassius Green (Lakeith Stanfield) ends up as a telemarketer, forcing him to deal with abrasive coworkers and the fear of being forgotten. As the film goes on, it introduces more radical concepts u...

BronxArtSpace Exhibit Represents Intersectionality

BronxArtSpace Exhibit Represents Intersectionality

April 11, 2018

By Shelby Daniel BronxArtSpace, a hidden gem in the Mott Haven neighborhood, showcases personal representations of diversity in its newest exhibit titled “For Us.” The exhibit fills the one-ro...

Real Talk at Gurls Talk: Panel Highlights Women’s Stories

Real Talk at Gurls Talk: Panel Highlights Women’s Stories

March 14, 2018

By Isha Khawaja On Sunday March 12, the Gurls Talk Festival in collaboration with Coach and Teen Vogue harbored a space for young girls to share their insecurities about their bodies, learn to actively...

Love is Not a Game

Love is Not a Game

February 16, 2018

By Isha Khawaja Amongst hook-up culture, it can be difficult for college students to draw the ambiguous line between friend and lover. However, for black college students, the residual effects of slave...

Winchester Fails to Stand Out from the Crowd

Winchester Fails to Stand Out from the Crowd

February 14, 2018

By Mathew Dillon Winchester is an Australian horror film based on one of the more famous real-world ghost stories, another entry in the long-dormant “haunted house” subgenre. Taking place ...

Jumanji Is a Wild Ride Worth Taking

Jumanji Is a Wild Ride Worth Taking

February 7, 2018

By Chris Canadeo The year 2018 is set to be one of the all-time greatest years for movie production. With blockbuster films such as Avengers: Infinity War, Solo: A Star Wars Story and Black Panther, it...

When Music Meets Protest

When Music Meets Protest

February 7, 2018

By Meredith Nardino All sides of the entertainment industry are facing intense scrutiny for decades of systematic misconduct, yet the music industry has somehow managed to avoid the conversation...

I, Tonya Takes the Gold

I, Tonya Takes the Gold

February 7, 2018

By Joseph Felix I am pleased to announce that figure skating, as documented through the lens of Craig Gillespie, is not the glossy-coated, sparkly sport we know it as — it is completely badass. ...

Uptown Artists of the Resistance

Uptown Artists of the Resistance

February 7, 2018

By Isha Khawaja Hydr0punk and Blue Machine Records presented their second annual Art Exposition this past weekend. What looked like a large warehouse in the East Bronx was revealed to be a haven for the uptow...

The Oscars: Likely Winners and Biggest Snubs

The Oscars: Likely Winners and Biggest Snubs

January 31, 2018

By Dominic Arenas Andy Serkis and Tiffany Haddish announced the nominations for the 90th Academy Awards bright and early last Tuesday morning. #MeToo and #TimesUp have replaced #OscarsSoWhite. ...

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