When we go to Valentine Dining Hall (Val), we all have a common goal in mind: to eat. Whether you are there to catch up with friends, do homework or write that article for The Student you’ve been procrastinating on, the main reason for going to Val is the
Gaby Bucio '21
Even before the 92nd Oscars aired this past Sunday Feb. 9, everyone knew there would be a lot to digest. With tensions running high since the Academy once again presented a nominee list comprised almost entirely of white, male filmmakers, this year’s Oscars were bound to deliver memorable moments.
Despite the controversy surrounding its depiction of violence and loneliness, “Joker” broke box office records this weekend, bringing in $96 million in North America and making the film the highest-grossing October opening of all time. Prior to its official release, the movie was both lauded and criticized, winning the top
For years, I was confused as to why so many people loved “The Great British Baking Show.” It has none of the elements of the typical American competitive reality TV show — there is no tension between contestants, no surprise challenge element and no significant monetary reward. So last fall, I
“If the mammoth ever goes out of style, her blue baseball cap should be the new Amherst mascot.” In one sentence, longtime friend Hannah Firestone ’19 encapsulated what makes Emily Park ’19 so special: she is what every student coming to Amherst envisions they will be. Park, a native of
“What I liked was meeting amazing people by chance. Chance has always been my best assistant.” In a scene from her last film “Faces Places,” Agnès Varda speaks to her co-director, JR, about their experience filming their documentary and revels in the magnificence of capturing the stories of different people,
Gordon Ramsay is easily one of the most famous celebrity chefs in the world. Even those few people who have never watched an episode of any of his more than 10 television shows know him as the ruthless chef with great insults. Creative insults, whether on television or Twitter, have