August 24, 2019

Posts from "Arts & Entertainment"

  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.31, 2019

    Kerry Me To London: The Imperial War Museum

    A British Perspective Memorializing World War I  by Kerry Torpey ’20 A&E Co-Editor When one pictures London, the first images that come to mind are major tourist attractions, such as Big Ben, the London Eye, and Tower Bridge. Although these…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.31, 2019

    American Must-Reads: Stamped from the Beginning

    Life is too short to read everything. It may even be too short to major in American studies, history, or English. This column, brought to you by professors in American studies, history, and English, highlights the books you simply cannot…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.31, 2019

    Vinyl Revival

    Jack White Opens  Detroit Record Press by Dan O’Neill ’21 A&E Staff Jack White may not be a household name when it comes to music lovers, but he is without a doubt one of the most influential artists and producers…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.24, 2019

    Chelsea Cutler Takes Providence College

    Collegiate Soccer Player to Hit Pop Artist The emerging, young singer-songwriter Chelsea Cutler took the Peterson Recreation Center stage on Friday, January 18, performing her new hit songs to eager Providence  College students. The event was sponsored by the Board…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.24, 2019

    More Than a Social Media Platform: Facebook Releases Podcast 3.5 Degrees

    by: Julia Vaccarella ’20 A&E Staff Facebook is most commonly known as a social media platform. Among others like Instagram and Snapchat, it enables users to connect with others through text, photographs, and other related media. However, the company has…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.24, 2019

    Plot Twist: The Villain Is Stealing Hearts In Netflix’s You

    by: Madeline Weaver-Nolting ’19 A&E Staff Watching a TV show from the perspective and narration of the bad guy is exactly what the Lifetime-turned-Netflix show You does. It is the classic horror stereotype: man meets woman, woman falls in love,…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.24, 2019

    “Anyone Can Wear the Mask”

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Breaks the Web-Slinging Mold by: Peter Keough ’20 A&E Staff It is not uncommon in the realm of comic book movies to observe criticism of the repetitiveness of the genre. While powerhouses such as Marvel and…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.24, 2019

    Cold Horror from Ashes in the Snow

    Film Adaptation of Successful War Novel Falls Short by: Anne DeLello ’20 A&E Staff Sometimes the book is better than the movie. This past week the movie, Ashes in the Snow, premiered, based on the book, Between Shades of Gray…

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  • Arts & Entertainment | Jan.24, 2019

    Flying Into the Bird Box Buzz

    How Meme Culture Propagated the Netflix Original’s Success by: Brigid Walshe ’19 A&E Staff Winter break is the perfect opportunity for many of us to sit at home and binge-watch our favorite shows or movies, and it seems like this…

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  • Art | Jan.17, 2019

    At Home Overseas: The Dominican Order and DWC Abroad

    Renaissance Art and Architecture in Florence, Italy by: Catherine Goldberg ’20 A&E Staff Providence College is proud of its Dominican identity. Much of the Dominican Order’s history roots itself in 13th century Italy, where St. Dominic traveled, preached, and led…

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