Arts & Entertainment

‘Ratboy Genius’ produces warm, cozy, Internet feelings

Ratboy Genius stands as an example that creative genius still exists in pure form these days—you just have to look a little harder to find it.

‘Brooklyn’ should not be underestimated

“Brooklyn” is the rare sort of film that leaves you in disbelief once the end credits start rolling.

B.J. Novak delights with wit and relatability

Writer and executive producer of “The Office” B. J. Novak performed on Saturday as the headlining Winterfest Weekend comedian.

Breakdance jam breaks down barriers

A jam, the inspiration for the event’s name, is a blend of competition, performance, and ritual, in which the dancers and the audience are equally involved.

Musical theater flourishes, expands opportunities for students

The members hope to perform two to three musical productions each year in the future.

‘Room’ is full of surprises

It’s one of those films where knowing absolutely nothing about it is the only way to watch it.

Juicy Connotation brings the funk

They are planning to release their debut album, “Freshly Squeezed,” in a few weeks.

‘Refuge’ depicts tension and release in elegant form

Take a step into Hartnett Gallery, and you are placed in the middle of a picture book, one where little houses are fight to survive amongst swirling black forms.

Finding beauty in mundanity

kenvinnewsman56 highlights an exciting new frontier for the Internet, in which a YouTube personality simply acts as himself within the matrix of mundane day-to-day life.

Oscar watch: A Christmas ‘Carol’

Giving into the charms of Todd Haynes’ “Carol” is kind of like falling in love: you begin to slowly surrender, until you do so all at once.