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The Queens Gambit, which takes place in the 1950s and 60s, is available to watch now on Netflix. (Photo courtesy of Shepherd Management)

TV Review: ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ is an ode to passion, wisdom and femininity

Milena Berestko October 30, 2020

Some say that genius and madness walk the same path. I don’t believe that. I dare to say that genius and madness are the same, just used interchangeably by some persons and not the others depending...

Im Thinking of Ending Things is not a film to watch while doing homework. (Photo Courtesy of Indie Wire)

Review: ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ twists the meaning of time – and the complexities of relationships

Milena Berestko October 2, 2020

What if time was not a chronological straight line but a series of events without any meaningful sequence? Last month, Netflix released the long-awaited “I’m Thinking of Ending Things," written and...

The college has been holding many events for Black Heritage Month including the Three Kings Day celebration on February 9. (Photo courtesy of Abiola Olofin 22)

Students discuss importance of Black Heritage Month, events planned to celebrate

Milena Berestko February 14, 2020

February is Black Heritage Month, a time designated to celebrate the African diaspora. This year, the theme for the college's celebration is unapologetic. The Office of Intercultural Development organized...

Clifford Owens explores race, performance and photography through his art. (Photo by Brandon Marin 22)

‘My studio is in my body. I contain my practice’: Clifford Owens talks about complexity in his works

Milena Berestko March 15, 2019

A renowned artist interested in the intersection of performance, photography and race, Clifford Owens spoke about the complexities of his work and the motivations behind some of his pieces such as "Anthology"...

Poet, journalist, podcast host Al Letson urges audience to ‘do something extraordinary’

Milena Berestko March 8, 2019

At his talk Tuesday afternoon, Al Letson opened up about his journey: from realizing his true passion to making a career out of it. He is a poet, playwright, journalist, podcast and radio host for Reveal:...

The Nature of Forgetting will be performed at the Williams Center for the Arts tonight at 8. p.m. (Photo courtesy of Danilo Moroni)

Preview: ‘The Nature of Forgetting’ explores memory loss, its impact on those who experience it

Milena Berestko October 26, 2018

"What is left when memory is gone? What makes memory still alive even though we lost [it all]?" Those are the the questions that Guillaume Pige hopes that "The Nature of Forgetting" answers. Pige said...

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