With the 2012 elections long over and the public fed up with hearing about them, Arts and Entertainment Editor Zachary Zahos '15 tackles the subject nonetheless, asking what photos and videos of Obama and Romney stood out from the rest and whether or not they captured their subject in a positive or negative light.
Members of the Ithaca College community are challenging a new policy that forces student media groups to request interviews for administrators through the college’s office of media relations, effectively prohibiting them from contacting the individuals directly.
Moved by Charles Blow's lecture last Thursday, Adam Lerner '13 revisits a familiar story — how increasingly prevalent opinion journalism is to blame for our country's hyperpolarization. Journalism, he writes, is like yogurt.
Cosmopolis is pretentious and convoluted, but appropriately so. By mirroring our dangerous quest for speed, connection and perfection, the expressively-directed film leaves us wondering how human we really are. Arts & Entertainment editor Zachary Zahos '15 goes on the road with a proligate young billionaire, played by Robert Pattinson (who isn't exactly human in this show, either).
In politics, talk is cheap, but action can be priceless. Clint Eastwood's conversation with an empty chair at the Republican National Convention leaves Kai Sam Ng '14 contemplating the unexpectedly fine line between politics and art.