Review: ‘Get Out’ is great commentary on race

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   In Jordan Peele’s debut film that perfectly marries racism, history, horror and humor, the protagonist, a young African-American man named Chris, ends up saving his life by picking cotton. “Get Out,” written and directed by one-half of the comedy...

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Documentary review: ‘Is Genesis History?’

James Neidhardt News Editor   Scientific ideas evolve. Theories and hypotheses are constantly being tested, rejected and revised as experimentation and evidence reveal new information. Yet, there have been many periods of history when the scientific community has arrived at a general...

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Preview: FDU’s Production of ‘Legally Blonde’ the Musical

Michele D'Aries Contributor This semester’s first main stage production on the Florham Campus will be “Legally Blonde,” which opens on March 24. If you have never seen the movie, it is about a blonde sorority girl named Elle Woods, who gets...

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Review: ‘Culture’ grabs attention

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer   Migos is a Georgia rap group that formed eight years ago. The group consists of three rappers, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset. They are recognized for creating the signature dance move, “the dab.” The problem I have with...

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Review: New live action reboot of ‘The Jungle Book’ is nostalgic gold

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Anyone who grew up watching Disney movies knows the tale of “The Jungle Book,” and the lovable characters and songs that derived from the animated classic. What is important about this tale is the journey a young boy...

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Review: Premiere sets up sixth season of ‘Game of Thrones’

ORE OBIWUMI Entertainment Editor April 24 was an exciting day for all fans of the popular HBO series “Game of Thrones.” After nearly a year of awaiting the sixth season of the show, fans all over the world waited impatiently for...

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Music review: Nick Jonas’ ‘Close’ is a ‘true representation of every relationship’

  JENNIFER DRURY STAFF WRITER It is pretty clear at this point that Nick is everyone’s favorite Jonas Brother, at least when it comes to being a solo music artist. About a month ago, Nick Jonas announced that he would be blessing us...

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Kanye West, ‘The Life of Pablo,’ music streaming – and why it matters

NICK GORDON Contributor The digital age has brought unprecedented changes to some of the most established media, altering them in polarizing ways. Physical copies of movies and albums have seemingly become novelties, while streaming services like Netflix and Spotify have become...

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Preview: FDU’s theater chooses a musical with a message

JENNIFER DRURY Staff Writer The rehearsals for FDU’s spring musical are well underway. This semester, the theater department will be putting on “Cabaret.” “‘Cabaret’ is an incredibly real and timeless story about Berlin in the late 1930s,” said Morgan Prytherch, who plays...

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Review: Another mixed-bag superhero flick in ‘Batman v Superman’

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Going head-to-head with an opponent is typically an event that tends to bring a crowd. Whether it’s a childish schoolyard fight or the ultimate battle between good and evil, showdowns like these will stir up an audience. The same...

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