The Art Club Community Exhibit displayed immense talent from student artists.
HBO’s ‘Elvis Presley: The Searcher’ dives deeper into the Presley’s early days of soul searching and self-discovery to get to the heart of what made him the King.
‘Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams’ feeds humanity’s obsession with the future with well-known actors and philosophical ideas.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi brings a strong movie to the franchise, but carries with it a desire for merchandising and the increased Disney control of media.
The music video’s pointed political commentary and thematic aesthetic challenges viewers to reject propaganda and groupthink.
When Chris Cheeseman, CSOM ’20, sang at the 25th Pops on the Heights, it might appear that he had it all. But it is not without dedication and self-discovery that he was able to get to sing his song that fateful night.
In the ‘AHS: Cult’ episode “11/9” the social degradation comes in full force, with less parody and more extremist mimicry.