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English professor brings attention to the mis-portrayal of disabled persons in the media

English professor brings attention to the mis-portrayal of disabled persons in the media

Isabel Perez March 28, 2018

*Some movie spoilers ahead* On Wednesday, March 14, Dr. Giuseppina Iacono Lobo, a professor in the English Department, held a lecture on the relationship between disability and the media as well as the...

Fifty Shades: A review from a reluctant fan

Fifty Shades: A review from a reluctant fan

Katie Nolan February 23, 2015

Unlike my friends who have devoured the "Fifty Shades of Grey" books, I went into the theater knowing nothing about the series, besides obviously, that there would be sex. Although I didn’t exactly...

Movies you have to see before The Oscars

Movies you have to see before The Oscars

Kate Hollingsworth January 19, 2015

With the Golden Globes, the Critics' Choice, the SAGs, the Grammys and the Academy Awards, Sunday nights get even more exciting during January, February and March. Every year, the Academy Awards, better...

What’s on at The Charles Theatre

What’s on at The Charles Theatre

Leo Gray December 8, 2014

The Charles Theatre just sent out their schedule, and it’s another good one this season. Here’s a preview of what’s coming up: Hurley’s Centennial: This short film night features former-Disney-man...

Top 10: Underrated movies

Georgia Lundberg November 3, 2014

Top 10 Underrated Movies It’s hard to understand how someone could not appreciate the magic of a great movie: a gripping plot line, exceptional acting tons of emotion. What’s not to love? However,...

Adjacent Meanings: Nolan’s newest

Leo Gray November 3, 2014

Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is coming to the Senator in 35 mm, and reviews are already mixed. The movie’s been called an “awe-inspiring mess.” Everyone who happened to watch the “wait, it’s...

Chris Pratt: Hollywood’s newest leading man?

Bridget Bunton October 6, 2014

I’d always known the name – Chris Pratt – but it didn’t mean much to me as compared to, say, “Leo DiCaprio” or “George Clooney,” for which there’s a pre-programmed swoon setting in my...

Adjacent Meanings: What’s with Thursday?

Leo Gray September 29, 2014

This article was meant to dive into the diverse film scene of Baltimore and provide a calendar of movie opportunities around the city. But apparently everyone decided to schedule the best screenings of...

Adjacent Meanings: Dr. Strangelove

Leo Gray September 22, 2014
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) is a satirical comedy that mocks basically everyone who lived during the nuclear scare of the sixties. The film will be playing at a local theatre later this month.

The Case for Black and White

Leo Gray September 15, 2014

A lot of people don’t like black and white movies. Some have the nerve to come right out and say it, but far more let their movie-watching track record speak for them. Case in point: during the first...

The three movies to see this fall

Kendall Hartzell September 8, 2014
Get ready for an action packed fall with these top three movies: The Maze Runner, Gone Girl, and Good People. Each of these movies, coming out soon, will keep you on the edge of your seat, as they’re all filled with twists, turns, suspense and of course action.
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