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Filmaker shows his identity

Filmaker shows his identity

Carlos Martinez

February 14, 2018

Filed under College Life, Features, Showcase

Armando Ibanez, film major and director of the web series, "Undocumented Tales" grew up concealing his secret of being an undocumented student and his sexual orientation as queer. Like many immigrants, Ibanez left Mexico with his family in order to escape poverty and to find a better life in the United...

“Cloverfield” fails to Impress

John Chavez

February 13, 2018

Filed under College Life, Reviews

In an interesting move, the long-brewing "The Cloverfield Paradox," directed by Julius Onah, debuted on Netflix recently. Perhaps it was a sign of the production studio's unbelief in the film's success. In the end it was a smart decision, as the movie unfortunately did not hold up to the standards s...

A Futile and Stupid Gesture

Bianca Martinez

January 29, 2018

Filed under College Life, Movies, Reviews

It is safe to say that all of us have seen at least one National Lampoon flick be it a quick snip-it of "Animal House" on TV while channel surfing or a portion of Caddyshack that you vaguely remember watching."A Futile and Stupid Gesture" is a Netflix original that centers on the life of Doug Kenney, c...

Love Filters Hate

Karina Quiran-Juarez

January 21, 2018

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"Love, Hate & Other Filters" by Samira Ahmed is a compelling young adult debut that balances heartwarming contemporary moments with the honest and sadly all too current issue of Islamophobia.Told through a first person point of view, the reader gets to know Maya Aziz, a 17-year old Indian Muslim-Am...

‘The End of the F***ing World’ for cliche teens

Carmelita Islas Mendez

January 16, 2018

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Netflix’s British comedy "The End of the F***ing World" is a prime example of shows who use teenage angst as a peg. A show with teenage angst is nothing new or interesting, if anything that makes a show boring and cliche.How does the show overcome this? Great character development that explains and ...

Top Chef starts 15th season off great

Nicholas Johnson

December 14, 2017

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Top Chef returned for their 15th season on Dec. 7 on Bravo.The Judges are:Tom Chef, who has appeared in every season and serves as the head judge who makes the final decision.Gail Simmons, who has been a judge since the very beginning, is a successful Canadian food writer.Richard Blas, who joined the ...

Knightfall is a must see

Nicholas Johnson

December 14, 2017

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Knightfall is a new series that premiered on Dec. 6 on History.The full time cast features:Tom Cullen as Larry, who is the leader of the Knights Templar and a veteran of the Crusades.Sam Hazeldine as Godfrey, Masters of the Templars, mentor and father figure to Larry.Padraic Delaney as Gawain, formerly the greatest Tem...

Black Ink Crew is back and better than ever

Nicholas Johnson

December 14, 2017

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Black Ink Crew: New York returned for their 6th season on Dec. 6 on VH1.The full time cast features:Ceasar Emanuel: The only original cast member is known for Dutchess Lattimore's ex-boyfriend and a fling of Karlie Redd, who stars on Love and Hip Hop AtlantaSky Days: Promoted to the main cast in season thr...

Twilight Los Angeles 1992 rivals reality

Benjamin Garcia

December 5, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, College Life, Reviews

There are plays such as Romeo and Juliet that are too fantastic to be believable; then there are some such as Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 ( written by Anna Deavere Smith and Directed by Brandt Reiter) that are to real to be beautiful.In short, the play currently being put on by the theater arts depart...

Student shares her story as a Muslim woman in America

Student shares her story as a Muslim woman in America

Jocelyn Torralba

December 4, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Showcase

  Reham Eihab Zin migrated from Egypt five years ago with her mom and siblings to the United States where she thought it would be a nice place to start a new life. When she got to the United States she had a hard time adapting to customs, the most difficult thing for her was English. "I...

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