Never before in my avid television watching have I experienced the kind of elation that I did watching the final episode of “Amazing Race” Wednesday night.
Writers Archives: Bailey Porter
“Crash” is a brave and honest look at modern day racism in Los Angeles. At times shocking and devastatingly accurate, moviegoers will find themselves holding their breath, talking to the screen and becoming thoroughly enveloped in the stories that weave throughout the film.
Why does bigger always mean better? In a world dominated by Wal-Mart, Starbucks and the largest military some of the best things go unnoticed.
When I saw the “For Sale” sign go up next door, I experienced a very lonely feeling.
Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet play two lovable and charming characters with great chemistry in a movie that has all the ingredients needed to make a romantic comedy.
In the college environment you are bound to make mistakes, say something you wish you hadn’t or handle a situation in a way that doesn’t fit your character. But at the end of the day, if you have family waiting for you it makes all the difference.
Who would have thought that joining a health club could give you such a headache, not to mention a hole in your pocket, even when you stop using the facility.
A taskforce will meet for the first time today to discuss changes to the academic calendars at the University.
“Supersize Me,” which documented the sickening facts about fast food that we’ve always known but only really made the connection to while watching Morgan Spurlock’s health deteriorate on screen, became a great conversation piece for vegetarians. I know I felt more confident in sharing my reasons for being a vegetarian to some people who don’t […]
Three guest speakers discussed gender and choice using their interpretation of films like “Shallow Hal,” “Cider House Rules” and “Paris is Burning” during the final day of a two-day Engendering Diversity and Community conference at the University of La Verne on Friday.