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REVIEW: Logic’s Everybody fails to deliver correct messages about race

REVIEW: Logic’s <em>Everybody</em> fails to deliver correct messages about race

Michael Forsgren, Social Media Manager

May 12, 2017


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS

Logic put up his third studio album on May 5. Mostly surrounding racial tensions in the US, the message sent did not affect the way listeners viewed the issue.

REVIEW: Rah’mn serves up unique choices

REVIEW: Rah’mn serves up unique choices

Ellie Nowakowski, The Rubicon Editor

May 3, 2017


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Rah'mn offers delicious variations of classic Ramen, however the options are somewhat daunting.

‘The Bluest Eye’ uses a fabulous sense of space to tell the story of 1940’s racism

‘The Bluest Eye’ uses a fabulous sense of space to tell the story of 1940’s racism

Kelby Wittenberg, Chief Visual Editor

May 2, 2017


Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, REVIEWS, TOP STORIES

"The Bluest Eye" uses powerful visual narrative to tell an emotional story

‘The Bluest Eye’ humanizes preferential treatment in gripping tale

‘The Bluest Eye’ humanizes preferential treatment in gripping tale

Ellie Findell, Production Manager

May 2, 2017


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The Guthrie Theater expands its repertoire by spotlighting

del Toro exhibit turns horror into high-culture

del Toro exhibit turns horror into high-culture

Sophie Jaro, Chief Visual Editor

April 28, 2017


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Guillermo del Toro's curated display conveys collections of seemingly scary art as an inspirational monster utopia.

REVIEW: Unicorn Frappuccino anything but magical

REVIEW: Unicorn Frappuccino anything but magical

Jonah Harrison, The Rubicon Editor

April 23, 2017


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Limited Starbucks drink has taken over social media with its aesthetically alluring colors and meets backlash for sour taste.

REVIEW: 5 Weeks focuses on heart of refugee crisis after India-Pakistan partition

REVIEW: 5 Weeks focuses on heart of refugee crisis after India-Pakistan partition

Noor Qureishy, Managing Editor

April 18, 2017


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Pangea World Theater's new play, 5 weeks, tells the story of a nation's loss through the devastation and displacement that individual families - Hindu, Muslim, and Parsi - experienced after 1947 India-Pakistan partition and are still feeling today.

REVIEW: “13 Reasons Why” emphasizes severity of bullying in school

REVIEW: “13 Reasons Why” emphasizes severity of bullying in school

Stephanie Li, The Rubicon Editor

April 11, 2017


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"13 Reasons Why" (TV-MA) is Netflix's hottest new television series, based off of Jay Asher's YA novel Thirteen Reasons Why. It portrays and discusses topics that everyone should be aware of.

REVIEW: Snowden movie conveys intensity with sympathy

REVIEW: Snowden movie conveys intensity with sympathy

Emily Thissen, RubicOnline Editor

April 7, 2017


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Directed by Oliver Stone, Snowden tells the real story of Edward Snowden after he exposed illegal mass surveillance by the NSA.

REVIEW: Live action Beauty and the Beast refreshes timeless tale

REVIEW: Live action Beauty and the Beast refreshes timeless tale

Isabel Saavedra-Weis, RubicOnline Editor

March 29, 2017


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The live action Beauty and the Beast renewed an old classic in refreshing and uplifting ways.

REVIEW: “Divide” intersects nostalgic acoustics with uplifting rhythms

REVIEW: “Divide” intersects nostalgic acoustics with uplifting rhythms

Lauren Boettcher, Social Media Manager

March 7, 2017


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Every song on the album has potential to be released as a single; they’re all that good.

REVIEW: Legion stuns through its mind-trip storytelling

REVIEW: Legion stuns through its mind-trip storytelling

Jasper Green, The Rubicon Editor

March 4, 2017


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Whether he is schizophrenic, or someone who holds superpowers, what is clear is that David is a very troubled individual who struggles with mental instability. And, as David ventures through his life, paranoid and lost, and using drugs as a way to cope, the audience is taken on a mind trip along with him.