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Rian Johnson’s Sharply Entertaining “Glass Onion” is a Worthy Sequel to “Knives Out”

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My Multiracial Role Model, Spock

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Reflections on Asian American Identity and Musical Expression From a Meaningful Homecoming Weekend with Kyle Shin ’20

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From the Argives: The History of Metro Movies, a Middletown Mainstay

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Cross Talk: “Bros” is a Romantic Comedy with Both Laughs and Insight

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The Case For Watching Old Movies

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Weezer Finds Fresh Feel for Fall on SZNZ: Autumn EP

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Letter From the Editors: Hallie Sternberg ’23 and Oscar Kim Bauman ’23

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Return of Mabuhay Showcase Highlights Pan-Asian Culture

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“Everything Everywhere All at Once” Lives Up to Its Title

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“Better Luck Tomorrow” Presents a Bleak, Powerful View of Asian American Life

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April Film Screenings Celebrate Asian and Asian American Culture

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Oscar on the Oscars: A Televised Fever Dream at the 94th Academy Awards

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“The Batman” Nails the Core of its Titular Hero

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Oscar on the Oscars: A Toast to the Snubbed

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James Gunn’s “Peacemaker” Perfects Superhero Streaming TV

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Oscar on the Oscars: The Academy Tries to Find a New Normal

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Film Series Honors Sidney Poitier’s Legacy With “In the Heat of the Night” Screening

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Spring Has Sprung: An Exciting Semester Ahead in the Arts

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Ten Albums That Brightened My 2021

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“Bruised”: Halle Berry’s Mixed Martial Arts Drama Doesn’t Quite Hit The Mark

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Kyle Shin ’20 Discusses Musical Expression and Upcoming EP “Always Autumn”

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Cross Talk: “Eternals” Is a Fascinating Marvel Misfire

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“Dune” is a Stunning Adaptation of a Foundational Sci-Fi Text

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“The Card Counter” is a Grim Cinematic Look at The War on Terror’s Demons

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Return of Film Series Brings a Diverse Array of In-Person Movie Offerings to Campus

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Excitement and Anxiety Surround the Return of Live Music

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Oscar on the Oscars: 93rd Academy Awards Deliver a Fittingly Offbeat Ceremony

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Oscar on the Oscars: Picking Favorites from the Nominees

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Oscar on the Oscars: Groundbreaking Nominees Refresh the 93rd Academy Awards

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The Weeknd Brings the Strange and the Spectacular to the Super Bowl Halftime Show

by Oscar Kim Bauman, Nora Knoepflmacher, Olivia Sharenow, Arts & Culture Editor, Contributing Writer, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on The Weeknd Brings the Strange and the Spectacular to the Super Bowl Halftime Show

The 2021 Golden Globes: Delayed Nominees Still Reliably Controversial

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In Bring Me the Horizon’s “Post Human: Survival Horror” EP, The Apocalypse is Channeled

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“The Trial of the Chicago 7”: A Period Piece For the Current Moment

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10 Years Later, “The Social Network” Still Has Plenty to Say

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How I Went Back to the Movies: Seeing “Tenet” While Wearing a KN95

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BUMPER’s “pop songs 2020”: A Soundtrack for the Summer of Quarantine

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