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Oscar on the Oscars – Episode II: Who Should Win?

Oscar Kim Bauman, Living Arts Editor

February 7, 2020

This article is the second installment of my series of articles revolving around the 92nd Academy Awards, scheduled for Sunday, February 9. While last week, I looked at the best films to not receive nominations, this time, I’m l...

Bad Boys for Life: A Breath of Fresh Air in the January Dumping Ground

Reem Abouchleih, Scarlet Staff

February 7, 2020

SPOILERS AHEAD Mike Lowry’s metallic blue Porsche 992 S comes to a screeching halt.  “Get me the f**k out of this car!” Marcus Burnett proclaims, resisting the urge to vomit.  The opening scene of Bad Boys fo...

Billie Eilish’s Clean Sweep at the 62nd Grammys

Hannah Ortiz, Contributing Writer

February 7, 2020

On Sunday, January 26, CBS broadcast the 62nd Grammy Awards from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Alicia Keys reprised her role as the show’s hostess and presented for the second consecutive year.  The pre-Grammy Gala ...

Cats: The World’s Horniest Genital-Free Movie

Raina Carfaro, Scarlet Staff

January 31, 2020

I know, I know! I’m sure that you have heard lots of horrible things about this movie, like that it has no plot, terrible effects, and awful dancers, but that’s all wrong! The dancers aren’t that terrible! The dancers do t...

A Release from Eminem that Nobody Could Predict

Malcolm Jacob, Scarlet Staff

January 31, 2020

Fans of both old-school and modern hip-hop will be pleased to hear that Eminem’s latest album is now available for listening. “Music to Be Murdered By” was recorded throughout most of 2019, and it was released on January ...

Oscar on the Oscars – Episode I: Unsung Gems

Oscar Kim Bauman, Living Arts Editor

January 31, 2020

As we approach the 92nd Academy Awards, I’ll be sharing my thoughts in this trilogy of articles on the last year of films and the awards show with which I share my name. For the first installment, I want to highlight some of the...

Toni Morrison’s Flight to Freedom: Asserting a Legendary Legacy

Luis Santos, News Editor

December 6, 2019

As she walks the pier during the early morning wind, she also races against time, against the sunrise. She watches the horizon, “I have to beat the sun,” she says. This is her home. The majestic scene sets the tone of a remark...

He was a SEGA boy… We said see ya’ later boy

Mary Kelley, Scarlet Staff

December 6, 2019

Ten years after Nintendo's Mario changed the face of “gaming,” SEGA debuted their competing mascot, Sonic the Hedgehog in 1991. Sonic quickly became a much-beloved character, collecting gold rings and delicious chili dogs....

Clark Choirs Perform Beauty and Hope in Times of Distress

Mary Kelley, Scarlet Staff

November 22, 2019

Friday, November 15, the doors to the church on Main Street opened at 7:00 pm, welcoming a bustling crowd of students, parents, and alumni, out of the cold dark night. Inside the church, sitting in pews were not patrons but ra...

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