Scott Abrams
Online Editor
Class of 2018
Scott Abrams cries a lot, just not for the reasons you think. An English and Psychology major in his sophomore year, Scott enjoys working for the Campus Times and with his a cappella group, the University of Rochester YellowJackets. His interests include flossing and checking his email. He hopes you don't judge him too harshly.

Articles by Scott

On self-important social media

If there’s one thing I can't stand, it's someone who posts some kind of sob story that’s less sad than they think it is, followed by how they overcame whatever “adversity” they faced.

CT recommends: ‘Jackie’

“Jackie”—starring Natalie Portman in what should  be a career-defining role—goes far beyond the constraints of its genre, where it arrives at catharsis for both subject and viewer.

Oscars predictions read ‘La La Land’ triumph

On Febr. 26, the Academy Awards could go one of two ways: either “La La Land” is going to sweep or the Academy will spread the love, leaving the film with a mere six or seven wins.

In “La La Land,” an old-fashioned type of love thrives

It’s funny and entertaining and heartbreaking and hopeful.

Predicting Tuesday’s Oscar nominations

Who’s going to be nominated for Academy Awards on Tuesday? Well, despite a seemingly endless season of speculation, no one really knows.

Liberals can learn better ways to talk to conservatives

It may be cliché to say that we’re “stronger together,” but it’s true. The only way to effect lasting, meaningful change in policy and social convention is to rally the masses, and that will only occur when we’re united.

The importance of flossing

You see, I have nice teeth. Like, REALLY nice teeth.

‘Harry Potter’ play dives into the series’ past

The play finds its characters struggling with the past.

Here’s some advice

You really don’t need my advice—and that’s why I’m going to give it to you.

Gender and race in entertainment: Matt McGorry’s take

Matt McGorry sits down with the CT to talk about #OscarsSoWhite, feminism and “Orange is the New Black".