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Springfest 2021 was like a virtual mosh pit, minus the sweat

Charli XCX always puts on a stellar show, even from the comfort of her living room. As the headliner for this year’s Springfest, Charli utilized all the elements available to her, from lighting to camera… Read More...

The Oscars make history but misses the beat

Perhaps as a result of the pandemic or maybe as a result of a larger issue of the place film has in the modern age, the Oscars was not a hit this year with the… Read More...

‘The Lathe of Heaven:’ the pinnacle of pandemic entertainment

The COVID-19 pandemic put a hold on many things in our lives as we have had to learn how to reinvent the way we interact, learn and live in a world separated by at least… Read More...

‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier:’ what it really means to be Captain America

The MCU/Disney+ hit series “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” has just concluded its six-episode season, and its six hour-long episodes covered and packed more of a punch than almost anything that the MCU has… Read More...

Student cartoon showcase: 4/30

Campus Life Parts 19-21 by David Shapiro ’24@campus_life_cartoons… Read More...

Student writer spotlight: Cyrenity Augustin ’24

When I became an Arts Editor at The Brandeis Hoot last year, I set myself a couple of goals to enrich the section. Chief among these was to actually get student art into the newspaper.… Read More...

Oscars 2021 Predictions

It is that time of the year again; the Oscars are on this weekend. In a year where not a lot of big-budget projects were released, this year’s race for the most desirable award in… Read More...

‘The Empty Man’ is an intriguing mess

If a horror movie is going to exceed an hour and 40 minutes, it better have a good reason. “The Empty Man’s” near two and a half-hour run time only serves to stretch out this… Read More...

‘Infinity Train’ season four is the end of the line

“Infinity Train” was an animated anthology series created by Owen Dennis, which aired on Cartoon Network. The show revolved around an otherworldly train of endless cars that unsuspecting people get teleported to when they are… Read More...

‘Moxie’ merges high school drama and feminism

So, after watching “Moxie” in my quest to find something new, I have to say that it was actually pretty good. Rather than shuffling high school characters around in a game of “who-likes-who” in the… Read More...
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