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Get Out follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya), a black photographer, as he visits his white girlfriends parents. What begins as an awkward, first meeting quickly turns sinister as the neighborhoods twisted secrets come to light.

Review: Jordan Peele’s horror film examines racial tension

By Aidan Lentz, Contributing Writer February 15, 2017
Peele’s direction screams a boldness that one would expect from a filmmaker decades into his career, much less someone on his first feature.

It Won’t Happen to Us

By Kylee Roberts, Blogger October 4, 2015
Here, the best way we, as young women, can stay healthy on campus is to keep ourselves educated.

Happy Pilot Season!

By Chloe Wilson January 24, 2013
As much as I love the holidays (which I talked about in my last blog post), pilot season is definitely the most wonderful time of the year. Pilot season — which, in the television industry, comes right after development season — is when broadcast networks have chosen scripts to make into actual episodes. This is…

Emmy 2012 prediction: Best comedy series

By Chloe Wilson September 18, 2012
Predicting the 2012 winner of the Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy Award.

Indie-rock group hails heritage

By Jared Dionne, Staff Writer October 5, 2011
Girls, a folksy San Francisco duo, wowed the indie scene with their catchy throwbacks to 1950s rock ’n’ roll on their debut LP, “Album,” in 2009. Two years later, they have returned with a full-length sophomore effort that proves the first time around wasn’t just luck.

Boston Beat: Girls @ Paramount

By Jared Dionne September 26, 2011
Ok. This is the last Girls related blog post. I swear…at least for the month of September. You may remember that last week I had “Vomit” as the Song of the Week. Well, I went to Boston this weekend and saw them live for the first time, and it was a solid show.   I…

Song of the Week: “Vomit”

By Jared Dionne September 19, 2011
So we're trying this new thing out that will help link Sharp Notes with the print format of "The Ithacan!" Have you seen those funky QR codes? These things have been popping up everywhere since smart phones really started catching on. Just scan the code and you are immediately taken to bonus content you wouldn't…
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