Review

The Irishman: Love and loyalty in the mafia

2 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Jake Love, staff writer *Spoiler Warning Few have accumulated a directing resume equal to that of Martin Scorsese. With films such as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas under his belt, some consider him the greatest film director of all time. His new crime epic The Irishman, rated R for graphic mafia violence Read More

BC Blaze—a breath of fresh air among otherwise lukewarm Student Life events

2 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Mathäus Schwarzen, staff writer By all rights, BC Blaze should have been a mediocre escape from the drudgery of college life. Instead, it was downright fun. The school broke out the same cornhole, ladder toss, spikeball and kanjam sets that populate every Student Life event. That combination of games along with music is Read More

Joker: A cinematic look at madness

3 months ago Triangle 0
Written by: Devin Burrow, managing editor Few movies have ever managed to create an uneasy, yet moving atmosphere like director Todd Phillips’ new R-rated comic book flick, Joker.  Released on Friday, Oct. 4, the film uses veteran actor Joaquin Phoenix’s performance to create a more mad and sinister villain than we have ever seen before.  Read More

My Fair Lady has a Successful Weekend

9 months ago Triangle 0
Written by Samantha Burgess, managing editor The Bryan College Fine Arts department put on a production of “My Fair Lady” the weekend of April 11-13. “My Fair Lady,” set in London in the year 1912, follows the story of Eliza Doolittle, played by Sophie Jaeger. Eliza is a working class girl who dreams of owning Read More