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Keke Palmer led a powerful virtual discussion with Suffolk students on Feb. 28.  

Keke Palmer speaks with Suffolk students about self-love and racial justice

Julia Ahaesy, Opinion Editor March 2, 2021

Actress, comedian, singer-songwriter, Emmy-winning television host and social activist Keke Palmer led a powerful discussion about self-love, Black Joy and racial justice at a Suffolk University Zoom event...

On Feb. 28, Rosamund Pike won a Golden Globe award for her performance as Marla Grayson in

“I Care a Lot” divides audience with dubious ethics

Ainsley Miles, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

Following the release of “I Care a Lot” on Feb. 19 – and the negative reviews swirling online – the movie was No. 2 on Netflix’s top 10 in the U.S. on Feb. 26. However, the rating was not an...

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo share a scene in

“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” is a great rom-com, if you’ve read the books

Alida Benoit, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” is an exceptionally satisfying movie that will make you long for a love story of your own. That is, if you have already read the books.  “To All The Boys:...

Celebrate the Year of the Ox with these five Hong Kong films below.

Ring in the Chinese Lunar New Year with these five Hong Kong films

Imani Hill , Journal Contributer February 16, 2021

In the spirit of celebrating the Lunar New Year and the Year of the Ox, here’s a top five list of some of the best Hong Kong films you have to see right away. From great epic dramas to modern masterpieces,...

Zendaya and John David Washington in the Netflix film

“Malcolm and Marie” is a classic case of good actors in a bad movie

Zoe Saben, Journal Contributer February 16, 2021

“Malcolm and Marie,” written and directed by “Euphoria’s” Sam Levinson, had the potential to be something special. Instead, this experimental film made with a limited cast and crew proves to...

“Black Boys” illuminates the toll of racism on Black men in America

“Black Boys” illuminates the toll of racism on Black men in America

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor February 16, 2021

The Boston Globe is showcasing an array of new and classic films that celebrates Black culture and experiences as part of the paper’s Black History Month Film Festival. The documentary “Black Boys,”...


Disney’s “Soul” beautifully explores what it means to have a purpose in life

Brooke Harvey, Journal Contributor February 9, 2021

When someone thinks about having a purpose in life, finding something that they are passionate about might come to mind. For others, it’s finding out who they really are. Either way, finding a purpose...

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Regency era England in

The obsession with period dramas during a pandemic

Alida Benoit, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

In a year encapsulated by technology, people found solace in the romantic world of ball gowns, crowns and courts. Social media platforms are overrun with people of all ages commenting on their dreams to...

Carey Mulligan stars as Cassie in director Emerald Fennell’s

“Promising Young Woman” offers a bold, but poor take on the rape revenge story

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor January 17, 2021

The new thriller and dark comedy movie “Promising Young Woman” tells a candy-coated rape-revenge story which bares resemblance to “Joker,” but for women.  Carey Mulligan, known for more tamed...

How to get started in film photography

How to get started in film photography

James Bartlett, Politics Editor November 24, 2020

Film photography has made sort of a comeback. Go on YouTube and you’ll find tons of videos about film photography, film camera reviews, film stock reviews, etc. More people are trading in their Instagram...

Poster for “Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel Part III: Spring Song” which will be released in select U.S theaters starting Nov. 18.

Popular anime trilogy “Fate/Stay Night” premiering in the United States

Thomas Pholnikorn, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

The temporary ending of the anime “Fate/Stay Night” has come, and the last installment of a trilogy from the well-known franchise will premiere in the U.S. this week.  “Fate/Stay Night” is...

Vanessa Hudgens plays three look-a-like characters in Netflix's

New original Christmas movies and shows coming to Netflix this holiday season

Alida Benoit, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

Grab some hot cocoa and your favorite blanket. Netflix has a lineup of new feel-good original movies and TV shows that you’ll want to cozy up on your couch and watch during this unconventional holiday...

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