W. Kamau Bell: Comedian, activist, USF resident

Sam Crocker Staff Writer In November, USF welcomed comedian and social justice advocate W. Kamau Bell…

2020 in the music you won’t see at the Grammys

Sam Crocker Staff Writer 2020 has been an undeniable trainwreck of a year. In spite of…

Playlist for the post-election season

Sam Crocker Staff Writer In the midst of an extremely stressful election, it’s important we have…

Should we ‘cancel’ cancel culture?

Sam Crocker is a junior media studies major. A quick search for the phrase “cancel culture”…

Kanye’s ‘Jesus Is King’ inspires little faith

Kanye West is back and holier than ever. His highly-anticipated ninth studio album, “Jesus Is King,”…

“Endgame” is Marvel’s Perfect Goodbye

There has never been a film quite like “Avengers: Endgame,” and I doubt we’ll see another…

Fyre: The Most Fraudulent Festival That Ever Happened

“Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened,” one of Netflix’s latest documentaries, takes aim at the…

“The Favourite” Is a Masterful Story About Powerful Women

“The Favourite” is a surreal, perverse tale of power and femininity in 18th century British royal…

“On the Basis of Sex” Is a Powerful Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“The word ‘woman’ does not appear even once in the U.S. Constitution.” “Nor does the word…

“Mid90s” Wastes Its Nostalgic Setting

“Mid90s” is a cinematic ode to an era where teens smoked Marlboros on street corners, worshipped…