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The University of Rhode Island Foreign Film Society is a new club on campus that professor Rob Cohen has partnered with students to create. The club held their first event on Nov. 1, which was a screening of the biopic of Indian boxing champion Mary Kom, an uplifting if...
Last summer, a friend and I went to the movie theater to see the fairly mediocre but not terrible film “The Darkest Minds.” Like many films before it, it was an adaptation of a series of novels. While I did not think too much of it one way or...
Netflix’s “Bojack Horseman” is one of the best television shows not on television. Netflix debuted the show’s fifth season last month, bringing out the usual puns, wordplay, visual gags, and soul-crushing moments of self-reflection. It’s an odd show. Did I mention it features a world populated by anthropomorphic animals...
Ron Stallworth, author of “Black Klansman: A Memoir,” and subject of Spike Lee’s movie adaptation, gave a talk in Edwards Auditorium last Sunday that was put together by the Student Entertainment Committee. Stallworth came to campus to speak about his experiences as an officer infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan and...
After national coverage, the town of North Smithfield, Rhode Island rescinded the resolution that banned any town employees from the purchase of Nike Products this past Monday. This resolution, which was originally passed 3-2 on Sept. 8, received national critique and sparked conversations across the University of Rhode Island. Following the...
Photo courtesy of IMDb. Spike Lee’s latest film to grace the big screen, “BlacKkKlansman” received controversial critique from fellow Director Boots Riley. The film showcases a side of racial politics that is relevant in modern day. The film, based on a true story and set in the 1970s, follows Ron Stallworth, a...

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