CT Recommends

CT Recommends: “Rango”

In 2011, Pixar was in the middle of a golden age, and with Dreamworks contenders like “How to Train Your…

Not Vanilla: Jenna Marbles

Alright, reader. It’s time. It’s time for me to admit my maybe outdated slight obsession with Jenna Marbles. Maybe you’re…

Emperor X is absurdly authentic

Kick back with a tall boy and jam along with the most esoteric Canadian former physics teacher to grace the 21st century lo-fi indie folk punk scene.

Closing this graphic novel made me sad to the ‘Bone’

The books are just as funny, sweeping, and touching as when I was a lad.

CT Recommends: Norm Macdonald

Norm Macdonald once said, “I always told everybody the perfect joke would be one where the setup and punchline were…

CT Recommends: Ismo

Most people are familiar with that old cliché: “It’s not the joke, it’s the way (s)he tells it.” Like most…

2018 Campus Times summer playlist

The Campus Times staff recommends their picks for their favorite song from the summer. The songs range from contemporary to 19th-century impressionist.

CT Recommends: John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’

About once a year there will be a big snow in New York City. If we’re lucky, we’ll get a…

CT Recommends: ‘Spiderland’ by Slint

The album has a unique surrealness, where we can be told what to envision but are somehow unable to conjure up images even remotely concrete.

CT recommends: Dua Lipa

Now 22, Dua Lipa has come out with a shimmery, sometimes sardonic, synth-pop debut album.