Rather than produce a year-end list that follows the suit of those other publications, we decided to focus on solely the work we found to best the best in it’s own right.
“The goal is to make everyone happy. If they are smiling at the end [of the night], I’d say it’s a good thing.” said Bunting.
Rosewater unpacks questions about media responsibility
When the semester comes to an end and our bank accounts sit somewhere between $20 and negative overdraft allowances, is wine a viable drinking option?
We need to think on whether or not immediate reviews are enough and how we can encourage deeper thinking about a film.
Arguing that one burrito is better than the other is like arguing which is more beautiful: a sunrise or a sunset. Why can’t we just enjoy both and call it a day?
Whether it’s through traditional art, film or music, there will always be a way to judge something based on how pretty it is.
Students may use different forms of reading as stress-release from school.
Long gone are the days in which a couple would meet each other at your local Sadie Hawkin’s dance and live happily ever after.
Criticizing glitches doesn’t help game developers improve