Arts & Entertainment

‘All the President’s Men’ deserves a rewatch

Though the book is far more detailed and exact, the 1976 film–starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford–expresses the paranoia of the era in all of its creeping eeriness.

Celebrity worship is fleeting

Two weeks ago, we witnessed the unexpected dethroning of Queen Jennifer Lawrence when she called out a reporter at the Golden Globes for looking at his phone.
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Goodbye, Alan Rickman

Not since the death of Robin Williams has an actor so ingrained in our childhood passed away.

ReportOfTheWeek wins for simplicity

The entertainingly bizarre YouTube channel ReportOfTheWeek centers around reviews of the mundane.

With #OscarsSoWhite, we’re having the wrong debate

It’s reductive and rather unhelpful to cry foul at the exclusion of people of color if the performances don’t really warrant that reaction.

Bowie’s ‘Blackstar’ is fitting punctuation for an iconic career

If “Blackstar” tells us anything, it’s that Bowie wanted to be remembered for being himself, not Ziggy Stardust or Aladdin Sane.

‘Yerma’, the dark tale

UR's International Theatre Program, with their talented cast and original director Gisela Cardenas' inspired staging choices, artfully tells the unsettling story of "Yerma."

Wynton Marsalis shines a light

Jazzman Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra visit the Eastman School of Music for a rousing holiday concert, and guest vocalist Audrey Shakir talks about her career and jazz inspirations.

2016 Oscar Predictions

Who do you think will win? Our prediction of the 2016 Academy Award nominees.

Top ten albums of 2015

Picks for the best albums of the past year, including work by artists Marilyn Manson, Sufjan Stevens, and Drake.