Looking to get into podcasts? Check out these podcasts that students love!

Looking to get into podcasts? Check out these podcasts that students love!

It was a surprise to me when, upon a quick Google search, I discovered that the first podcast was created in 2004, by Adam Curry and Dave Winer. Later that year, Ben Hammersley came up with the word “podcasting,” a...
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New College & “The 305” connecting the coasts of the Florida rap game

New College & “The 305” connecting the coasts of the Florida rap game

*Editor’s note: The author hosted CONCERT SUR LA BAY and FREESTYLE/FLOETRY/F*CKERY PCP with performers SDotBraddy, Yoshi Thompkins and Sekajipo present.*     Hip-hop may have been declared the most popular music genre of 2017 by Billboard, but its ...
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What you gon’ bump to?

What you gon’ bump to?

BY BREE NIEVES, MILES ITON AND NOAH BASLAW   Computer Luv – Ravyn Lenae + Steve Lacey (Crush EP) Ravyn Lenae is an 18-year-old Chicago native. She has been kicking it in the music scene for the past couple of...
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Complications in visibility: “Altered Carbon” and issues of casting

Complications in visibility: “Altered Carbon” and issues of casting

From Mickey Rooney as Mr. Yunioshi in Breakfast At Tiffany’s to Scarlett Johansson in the 2017 live-action version of Ghost in the Shell, Hollywood has a long and abysmal track record of miscasting White actors as East Asian characters.   ...
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Dalí/Duchamp: an exhibition at the Dalí considers the relationship between one of the most influential and one of the most infamous artists of the 20th century

Dalí/Duchamp: an exhibition at the Dalí considers the relationship between one of the most influential and one of the most infamous artists of the 20th century

Artists Salvador Dalí and Marcel Duchamp’s influential works and distinct personalities are the focus of an exhibition taking place at the Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg from now until May 27. The first exhibition to focus solely on the friendship...
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Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Not all thesis’ are alike and rarely any are site-specific. For Rachel Ceciro a literature and anthropology thesis student, site and environment are more than important to her work this thesis year. Specifically, she has reimagined the body of water...
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“Black Panther” release exemplifies Black excellence and the importance of positive representation

“Black Panther” release exemplifies Black excellence and the importance of positive representation

“Black Panther” took audiences on a journey to the nation of Wakanda, portraying its hidden technological advancements seamlessly intermingled into an urban, African space complete with bright costuming and breathtaking scenery. Set against this b...
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The ‘Sitcom’-edy Friends remind us why we love improv

The ‘Sitcom’-edy Friends remind us why we love improv

While cars were being loaded with laundry and bodies that were coming home, another group of students were lining up to enter the Black Box Theatre (BBT). Once chairs were full, students piled onto the floor, waiting in anticipation for...
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“Rebelde” makes BBT history with all women of color cast

“Rebelde” makes BBT history with all women of color cast

    Thesis student Kailah Santos made New College history on Thursday night with the opening of her thesis play “Rebelde: Confessions from Your Dead Abuela,” the first Black Box Theater (BBT) production to feature an all women of color...
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The Florida Project movie review

The Florida Project movie review

  Cara Buckley, in their article on the “The Florida Project” for the New York Times (NYT) uses the  inappropriate adjective “vituperative”–it means bitter and abusive–for one of the main characters, a mother named Halley played by Br...
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