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“Hostiles” Lives Up to its Name but Still Disappoints

Ben Lazar Staff Writer It’s 1892, two years after Wounded Knee. In Colorado, Cheyenne chief Yellow Hawk (Wes Studi) is dying in captivity. For propaganda purposes,...

Super Mario Odyssey Review

Michael Mondello Staff Writer Few pop culture icons can match the name recognition of Mario. From racing go-karts, to playing various sports, to pretending to be...

The Disaster Artist(s): A Q&A with James and Dave Franco

One of the first movie reviews I wrote as scene editor at “The Foghorn” was for a James Franco comedy. It’s only fitting my...

KUSF Rocks!

This article has been corrected from its print edition. The name of one of the bands is “Jinkies,” not “Junkies.”   USF’s rock music fans got...

“Three Billboards” is an Angry, Hopeful Masterpiece

Ben Lazar Staff Writer Martin McDonough’s masterpiece “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” is perhaps the best film about anger I have seen. This is a movie...

ISA’s Culturescape Thrills USF

Dominique Dollenmayer Staff Writer   The International Student Association (ISA) held their annual Culturescape event last Friday to kick off the start of International Education Week. Culturescape...

Lady Bird Delights on Two Different Levels

Rose Heredia Staff Writer “I hate California, I want to go to the East Coast. I want to go where culture is like, New York, or...

Lady Bird Takes Me Back to Highschool

Ben Lazar Staff Writer Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” is frustratingly good. I don’t mean it’s good against all odds, because it has every reason to...

USF Students Host Live Bands at Clement

Grocery shopping is a necessity; some would even call it a chore. We’re all painfully familiar with the routine; hunt around for a reusable...

“Feathers of Fire” Brings Light to the “Shahnameh”

A giant screen shows a feathery figure wearing a mask made out of precisely cut paper designed to resemble a face and decorated with...