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Panchiko – “Deathmetal” (2000)

Matt Rushford, Living Arts Editor

October 15, 2020

I will start my review of this EP with this: despite only being four tracks, the story behind Panchiko is quite deep, and I certainly wouldn’t have listened to them prior to learning the backstory behind the group. Despite this ...

Clark Musicians During COVID Part Two

Will Talbot, Scarlet Staff

October 15, 2020

This is the second part of a three-part series of interviews with musicians in the Clark community in which I discuss with them how they have adapted to the changing situations caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Last week, I intervie...

CONSPIRACY CONFIRMED? DAWSON IN ANOTHER CONTROVERSY

Mary Kelley, Scarlet Staff

October 9, 2020

Youtuber Shane Dawson posted several text-heavy posts to his Instagram story supporting his fiancé, Ryland Adams. Adams is beginning a new internet talk show featuring Lizzie Gordon. Dawson specified that this post was not his retu...

Clark Musicians During COVID: Part One

Will Talbot, Scarlet Staff

October 9, 2020

While the pandemic has given me plenty of time to relax and listen to music, rediscovering old favorites and expanding my tastes to find awesome new songs, the pandemic also has been very hard for me as a musician. It is very ha...

What does the Future of Concerts Look Like?

Maxine Como, Contributing Writer

October 2, 2020

As America surpasses six months of restrictions due to COVID-19, many are wondering what the future of large-scale events looks like. Since March, facilitators of populous events have been required to modify or cancel such events...

“Perhaps, It’s a World that Needs Changing”

Mary Kelley , Scarlet Staff

October 2, 2020

A mixture of the quintessential Victorian girl coming of age film and an op-ed reflecting on ever-present straight white male privilege; this best describes the new remake of “Enola Holmes” based on the 2006 series of the...

Does Netflix’s “Cuties” Deserve the Hate?

Maxine Como, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2020

The French film Cuties is one of the latest movies to become available on Netflix, but it has many customers threatening to cancel their subscriptions. At first glance, one can see the movie has drawn so much negative attenti...

Minding the Gap Director Bing Liu Talks Skateboarding, Filmmaking, and Life

Jesse Lowe, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2020

On Friday, September 18th, Bing Liu appeared on a webinar-style Zoom call to talk to students at Clark University about his Academy Award-winning documentary “Minding the Gap”. The film centers on the experiences that young a...

#Alive Review

Ben Krueger, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2020

#Alive is a Korean film directed by Il Cho and was released on Netflix earlier this month. The movie follows a man named Oh Joon-woo as he’s stuck in an apartment building during a zombie pandemic. This feels pretty relevant...

Quarantine Jams!

Will Talbot, Contributing Writer

September 18, 2020

Quarantine is a time that we were thrown into very quickly as a society. One day, we were meeting new people, visiting new places, having new experiences. Two weeks later we were stuck at home, physically distanced from many ...

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