Granting college students full anonymity to express their concerns over a class or professor sounds like a good idea in theory, which is why the Rate My Professor site was established. The platform has since become a haven for highly problematic student reviews that regularly contain sexist and racist undertones.
“Laurel Hell” by Mitski is an album that uses heavy synthesizers, deep hitting lyrics, and a reflection on the effect of her sudden rise to indie stardom. It marks her first full length album since her hiatus in 2019.
The Board hosted the thirteenth annual ReelStories Film Festival on Feb. 4, screening seven student-made short films. “Nai Nai,” “Mushroom Pizza,” and “Finding Empathy: A Glimpse Into the Life of a Paralyzed Surfer” were the standouts of the night.
In the new comedy “Licorice Pizza” Alana Haim stars alongside Cooper Hoffman in a treacherous 1970s San Fernando Valley love story. The fast-paced film fuses silly with the serious, as an entrepreneurial teen and insecure adult wonder if romance can ever be possible.
The 2021 Met Gala marked the return of the iconic event after it was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Reporter Addison Whiten lists the best and worst looks of the night, as well as some honorable mentions.
After missing a typical summer film season in 2020, studios and audiences alike looked forward to this summer’s lineup of new releases. With a variety of films premiering to varying degrees of success, this summer signified the return of the in-person theater experience.
John Carney’s “Sing Street,” portrays the life of a high school boy living in 1980s Dublin, Ireland, when he decides to form a band to impress a girl, and he ends up falling in love with both the girl and the music. “Sing Street” is a modern-day example of perfect storytelling, where heart and music collide.
During the quarantine period, many people have spent more time with their families. “Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father” shows the hilarious stories of traveling with ones’ family member.
The Walt Disney Company’s longtime CEO gives advice on leading with integrity in a world that is anything but a fantasyland.
The powerful duo behind Tacos 1986 has opened their second permanent location, bringing a whirlwind of energy to the west side.