Arts

Britney Jean not as personal as promised

By JACK OWEN – 10 years ago

Since Britney Spears exploded onto the music scene in 1998 with her wide smile and sharp dance moves, the former Mouseketeer has remained an American pop cultural mainstay. But after…

Catching Fire further alienates protagonist

By LILY SLOSS – 10 years ago

After my first viewing of the second installment of The Hunger Games trilogy, I felt emotionally assaulted. For the majority of the film, your eyes and ears endure an onslaught…

Biopic bland despite strong performances

By MAX ROOK – 10 years ago

Dallas Buyers Club tells the story of Ron Woodruff, a man who was behind one of the “buyers clubs” which arose in the late ’80s to provide medication for AIDS…

Kids enter into Gordon Ramsey’s Masterchef mix

By PALAK PATEL – 10 years ago

There’s nothing I love more than good reality television. It’s basically my bread and butter. With some of my favorite guilty pleasures winding down, though, I soon found myself in…

FLLAC to highlight black female identity

By JACK OWEN – 10 years ago

Kaleidoscope, a lecture series that joins a group of Vassar professors once a semester to discuss a work of art from the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, is back after…

Devised theater troupe Britomartis focuses on family ties

By MARTHA LINO – 10 years ago

Part classic American family drama, and part murder mystery, this semester the Britomartis Devised Theater Ensemble will examine family dynamics in their show Game Night: A Three Act Tragedy. The…

VCTV gets energy boost from fresh-faced members

By EMMA DANIELS – 10 years ago

A chemistry whiz and comic book fanatic named Theo teams up with his group of friends to take down a bully, Tobias, who has discovered dangerous super powers. This may…