Arts and Entertainment
Arts & Entertainment writer Jacqueline Thom considers the benefits of writing every day and how Stuyvesant alumnus Keir GoGwilt (‘09) uses it as a creative...
Issue 6, Volume 110
Jacqueline Thom reviews “Living With Yourself,” a new Netflix show starring Paul Rudd that takes on the doppelganger trope.
Issue 5, Volume 110
Unconventional films call for unconventional reviews. Jacqueline Thom discusses “The Lighthouse,” with spoilers, and delves into the film’s experimental examination of identity and human psychology.
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Issue 4, Volume 110
Arts & Entertainment Editor Jacqueline Thom struggles to review “The Five Dollar Album” because she’s never done a music review before.
Arts & Entertainment editor Jacqueline Thom examines the elements that make “Ad Astra” a great work of cinema.
Issue 3, Volume 110
An analysis of the appeal, and the failures, of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” director Quentin Tarantino’s latest film.
Issue 1, Volume 110
The Arts & Entertainment Department visited the Tribeca Film Festival. Here are some of the highlights and the best new things to check out.
Issue 16, Volume 109
Arts & Entertainment editor Jacqueline Thom reviews the implementation of Stuy’s latest cultural project, the Shy Staring Table.
Issue 15, Volume 109
In which three-quarters of the A&E editors plus Darius review all the waters.
Issue 14, Volume 109
Editors Jacqueline Thom and Brian Zhang cover New York Post’s Sean Giancola’s bafflement after hiring a real journalist.
Issue 13, Volume 109
A review of “Alita: Battle Angel,” a movie worth watching for the thrill.
Issue 12, Volume 109
With all the controversy and backlash surrounding the fact that Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie are not gay, it’s just another call for us to be supportive of the characters that do represent the LGBTQ+ community.
Issue 3, Volume 109
BlacKkKlansman contains plenty of Spike Lee’s trademarks but remains the perfect movie to introduce newcomers to the director’s style and genre with a piece that makes fun of white people and celebrates the African-American struggle.
Issue 1, Volume 109
A reminder of all the times Asians slayed in the arts and entertainment world.
Issue 15, Volume 108
All the best new games coming to a store near you!
Issue 13, Volume 108
Stephen Hawking is smarter than you’ll ever be.
Issue 12, Volume 108
Art is an enriching experience, but what has technology done to change our views and use of it?
Director Guillermo del Toro’s latest film is fantastically whimsical, emotional, and perfectly dramatic.
Issue 11, Volume 108
“The Last Jedi” has been met with such resounding success thanks to its wider-reaching emotional depth and modern viewpoints.
Issue 8, Volume 108
Fast food companies are trying to be more green, but they need to try harder to offset the mass environmental damage they have caused.
Issue 7, Volume 108
In the highly-pressurized environment of Hollywood, rape culture continues to exist and little is being done about it.
Issue 6, Volume 108
Pumpkin Spice Lattes are probably why fall still exists.
Issue 5, Volume 108
“It” brings the traditional exploitation of fear to the table along with some unexpected humor and soul.
Issue 4, Volume 108
Issue 3, Volume 108
“Dunkirk” is not a story about war, but about human endeavor.
Issue 2, Volume 108
Without Asians holding more responsibility, Hollywood is able to continue with its bad casting decisions and racist stereotypes.
Buster’s Mal Heart chronicles the almost psychedelic overtones of two men in their journeys to discover their true selves.
Issue 16, Volume 107