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Staff Recs: Favorite Songs to Have Fun To

Staff Recs: Favorite Songs to Have Fun To

By Thomas Price, Taylor Rogers, Hailey Nuthals, and Jemima McEvoy

March 24, 2017


Filed under Arts, Music

Even if it's only been a week of classes after our break, it's still Friday — indulge in some fun, if you know what we mean, and let us suggest a soundtrack for the night.

Staff Recs: Best Local Cinemas

Staff Recs: Best Local Cinemas

By WSN Staff

February 17, 2017


Filed under Arts, Top Stories

Mid-winter is prime movie-theater-going time. This week, WSN staff help you out for a date-night spot or a justification for staying in.

Staff Recs: Favorite Moment from Lady Gaga’s Halftime Show

Staff Recs: Favorite Moment from Lady Gaga’s Halftime Show

By WSN Staff

February 10, 2017


Filed under Arts, Top Stories

Our staff cried at Lady Gaga's halftime show at the Super Bowl — in this week's Staff Recs, we tell you exactly when we broke out in tears.

Staff Recs: Best Laptop Stickers

Staff Recs: Best Laptop Stickers

By WSN Staff

February 3, 2017


Filed under Arts, Top Stories

If you're still in the midst of reinventing your new self for the new year — or if you're just looking for a new statement sticker for your laptop — WSN staff has got their picks for the best screen accessories.

Staff Recs: Best Worst Band Names

Staff Recs: Best Worst Band Names

By WSN Staff

December 2, 2016


Filed under Arts

We all know there are some band names that shouldn't be band names — here's WSN staff's favorites.

Alum’s Film Induces Anxiety From Start to Finish

Alum’s Film Induces Anxiety From Start to Finish

By Thomas Price, Deputy Opinion Editor

December 1, 2016


Filed under Arts, Film, Top Stories

"The Eyes of My Mother" is what horror movie fans have been waiting for — a breath of fresh fear in a tepid genre lost to jump-scares.

‘All Governments Lie’ Succeeds Through Honesty

‘All Governments Lie’ Succeeds Through Honesty

By Thomas Price, Contributing Writer

November 2, 2016


Filed under Arts, Film

"All Governments Lie" starts out with a timely and engaging premise, but ultimately falters in its attempts to follow in journalist giant I.F. Stone's footsteps.

Anthology Archives Celebrates Halloween in the Age of Technology

Anthology Archives Celebrates Halloween in the Age of Technology

By Thomas Price, Contributing Writer

October 28, 2016


Filed under Arts, Film

Topical both for the Halloween season and the concerns emerging over media's role in our daily lives, the latest Film Anthology Archives brings out media-centered horror films for its "The Medium is the Massacre" series.

One Word Why Indie Films Are Better: Passion

One Word Why Indie Films Are Better: Passion

By Thomas Price, Contributing Writer

September 29, 2016


Filed under Arts, Film

Independent film allows artists to create the stories they want, without constraint from major studios.