Saturday, February 27, 2021
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Anime is the perfect solution if you’re looking for something new

In today’s media age, it has become increasingly difficult for a lot of us to keep our attention. This can be the case due...
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Review: “Wonder Woman 1984” wastes excellent cast on unfulfilling plot

To paraphrase Maxwell Lord, “Wonder Woman 1984” is good- but it can be better, and why shouldn’t it be? Following the smashing success of the...
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Canceled: ‘Music’ highlights issues with Sia’s ableism

Diversity includes disability, and if anyone says otherwise, it’s time for them to face the music. To the average onlooker, the controversy surrounding Sia’s new...

A Hallmark film for Gen Z: “Holidate” review

If not for the cliches, this movie would have a lot of potential. “Holidate” appears to me like it is a Gen Z take on...

Webster Art Shows Review

There were two Webster art events last weekend; Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban’s “Ordinal Solid” was opening on Friday, and “Adorn or Disfigure,” the...

Review: Webster’s DADAH exhibit

Opinion: Webster's DADAH exhibit left me with burning questions and pompous answers

New Gospel Choir on campus

Read more about the choir here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Osyeox30jFU

Emily VanCamp talks ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Actress Emily VanCamp is best known for her small-screen work on ABC’s Scandal. Today, she dons battle gear and kicks butt in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Review: ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Captain America: Civil War has the great action and spectacle one can expect from Marvel, but what really makes it work is that the characters are developed and the story never loses focus.

Review: ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ is a beautiful misfire

'The Huntsman: Winter's War' makes fine use of its production values, but with a muddled script and boring characters, that beauty stars to feel empty.

In the 1980s, Everybody Wants Some!!

Blake Jenner, Ryan Guzman and Tyler Hoechlin travel back in time for the latest Richard Linklater film, Everybody Wants Some!!

The Nick Savage Quartet performs jazz concert for black history month

For Webster’s Black History Month concert, drummer Nick Savage, a former Webster grad student, compiled musical selections to honor jazz drummer, Alan Dawson Feb. 8. Dawson was in Booker Ervin’s band that came to fame around the 1960s. According to Savage, Dawson, as well as Ervin were among some of the leading jazz figures in all of American history, and happened to be African American.

Review: ‘Deadpool’

Throughout the film, Ryan Reynolds’ self-referential Merc with a Mouth makes various jabs at the character’s botched portrayal in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Fans can...

Reliving the U.S. Coast Guard’s ‘Finest Hours’

In the title of their book, authors Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman called the rescue of oil tanker SS Pendleton the “U.S. Coast...

The undead invade the world of Jane Austen

Pride & Prejudice is the famous story by Jane Austen about Elizabeth Bennet as she deals with many social issues in the 18th century. But...

Lifestyle Spotlight: Nicole Bonura performing Bb Backbone

LIFESTYLE SPOTLIGHT: Webster's Nicole (Grace) Bonura preforming Bb Backbone for The Journal. Bonura is also auditioning for NPR's Tiny Desk Contest with Bb Backbone....