Monday, February 24, 2020

Operation Solo: A S.A.D Survival Guide

It is that time of year again. The year where everyone is booed up, sending chocolates to their Valentines, or going out on expensive...

The Perfect Valentine’s Movie: “Silver Linings Playbook” Film Review

Valentine's Day is coming closer, and for those who want to enjoy a good movie with their partners, “Silver Linings Playbook” is a top...

Q&A With New CDI Coordinator, Joseph Harris

Joseph Harris, originally from Prince George’s County, Maryland, is the new CDI coordinator. Harris is a poet and is working towards a PhD in...

Misconceptions of the Youthful Mind: A Jojo Rabbit Movie Review

Winning "Best Adapted Screenplay" and earning countless nominations in the 92nd Academy Awards, JoJo Rabbit made headlines after its late-2019 release. Set in WWII, is...

What Does it Take to Make It? “Once Upon a Time...

Inspired by the infamous Manson murders, Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood" follows the story of rising actor Sharon Tate,...

Taking Up Her Space: Felicia Santiago ‘14 Alumni Spotlight

Felicia Santiago, director of last week's production of Brainpeople, is not simply a lover of theater, but an educator, a killer kickboxer, and a...

1917: A One-Shot Wonder

The past decades have seen many great war movies like “The Hurt Locker,” “Hacksaw Ridge,” and “Dunkirk,” But if I have to pick one,...

Teal Talks Takeoff

The Women’s Center is beginning a new program this semester discussing sexual violence prevention and sexual health as a whole on campus. The first...

BUST-A-FIT: Alex Jackson talks Rico Nasty, being a black woman...

Byron Mason: We’re here with Alex Jackson. Artist, very stylish person. Tell me about your outfit from head to toe Alex Jackson: My shirt is...

Coronavirus Concerns

The coronavirus has been a prevalent issue, both across DePauw’s campus and in the international media. But public panic over the danger of the...
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