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September, 2015

Critic's Corner

Critic’s Corner: A Night With the Disaster Artist

By On September 23, 2015

When a film is so horrendously awful that it fails to gross even a fraction of its budget, that’s one thing. But when said film suddenly sees an incredible surge as a… Read More

USA

Imperialism: A Barbaric, Oppressive Policy, With No End In Sight

By On September 21, 2015

The United States prides itself on the fact that we fought communism, thereby restoring “democracy” and spreading capitalism in many parts of the world. History books highlight the direct influence of the… Read More

USA

Time Out, @POTUS: What President Obama’s Tweet To Ahmed Left Out

By On September 17, 2015

The only thing I hate more than President Obama’s racist policies is the way he continuously negates them through an incredibly strategic cute public persona which makes him seem hip, quirky and… Read More

Lifestyle

The Balance Between Awareness and Self-Care: When Staying Woke Is Too Much

By On September 16, 2015

My body autonomy is a constant political debate–by men who have no clue what being a woman in 2015 means. Convincing people that transgender is, in fact, a gender, is something reminiscent… Read More

Middle East

Your Selfish Humanitarianism is Killing Syria

By On September 15, 2015

By now you will have seen the image circling the internet of Aylan Al-Kurdi. The Syrian Kurdish migrant child was found dead on the shores of Budrum, Turkey two weeks ago after… Read More

Lifestyle

Black Lives Matter at New York Fashion Week

By On September 14, 2015

“If I’m going to be the black designer, I’m going to tell it my way,” Kerby Jean-Raymond said in a recent interview with Mic. And the way he chose to do so… Read More

Art

Miley Cyrus: Cornball and Weed Smoking Extraordinaire

By On September 7, 2015

The night Miley Cyrus released her first all-grown-up music video changed my life. The release–which officially separated the legal adult from the once Disney Channel star–was one full of emotional turmoil for… Read More

Critic's Corner

Critic’s Corner: The Mad Appeal of Mad Max: Fury Road

By On September 4, 2015

When it comes to action films, the world is surely in no short supply. It seems like every summer there are at least a dozen explosion riddled blockbuster potential popcorn flicks with… Read More

Art

The King Of Horror

By On September 2, 2015

The horror film genre is one that many take for granted. Sure, in this day and age, we seldom see any originality in the horror films that “grace” our screens, but if… Read More