“Only the Brave” Gets Heroism Back to the Basics

By Allison McCausland A&E and Online Editor In an age of superhero films, it is easy to develop higher standards for what constitutes heroism in everyday context and situations. Only the Brave provides audiences with a reminder that those in the service of protecting their homes and communities can be just as heroic for the American public. The film centers around … [Read more...]

Mindhunter leaves audience anxious for season 2

By Lauren Trumbull News and Features Editor On Oct. 13, Netflix released the new original series, Mindhunter, an adaptation of the book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, which is a memoir of former F.B.I. agent, John E. Douglas. The show takes place in the late 1970’s, featuring two F.B.I. agents, Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff), whose character is … [Read more...]

Historical Film Event Gets “Reel”

By Victor Porcelli Staff Writer On Wednesday, Sept. 20, the Historical Film Series had its inaugural screening. “Reel” History commenced with Norma Rae, a film about a woman who fought for the unionization of mill workers in Alabama in the 1970s. Following the motion picture was a panel discussion which included Professor Esther Duran, Dr. Katherine Grasso and Dr. Sarah … [Read more...]