“Extremely Wicked” left me feeling extremely thirsty.
Author: Jeremy Porr
Four women embark on deeply personal journeys to win seats in Congress.
Students were invited to learn more about earth-conscious living through engaging, interactive booths.
Knowles highlights the HBCU experience and provides a peek into her personal life with new Netflix documentary.
Season two of the ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” debuted on Netflix April 5. The nine new episodes cover everything from possession and potions, to orgies and the otherworldly. The writers do their best to cover every witchy cliche in the (spell)book.
Founding member of the Raza Unida party and Chicano activist Gutierrez spoke to a full room of students and staff at the Anatol Center on Wednesday.
If you’d like to contribute to the puddle of tears you’re already drowning in this Pisces season, you’re in luck — the third season of “Queer Eye” premiered on Netflix this past Friday. The gaggle of gays are back and better than ever, with a dash of heavily scripted banter[Read More…]
On the surface, the 91st Academy Awards appeared to celebrate diversity, but marginalized communities still got the short end of the stick Sunday night. Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler opened with a light, shared monologue. The holy trio of women in comedy poked fun at the host-less occasion[Read More…]
Ladders hang from the ceiling in a small, dark room dimly lit by an array of mismatching chandeliers from times gone by. A woman in knee-high fishnets catches your eye. She smiles. A man in knee-high fishnets catches your eye. He winks. A wide array of characters are sleuthing about,[Read More…]
In such stark political times, some student artists have decided to weaponize their brushes in order to shed light on social issues they’re passionate about. The latest exhibit at the School of Art Galleries, “Luminance,” highlights the artistic work of three students: Hannah Brimer, Riley Natividad and Sylvan Steightiff. The[Read More…]