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Jul. 09, 2018

Best movies of 2018 (so far)

Five movies this year approach a level of profundity in vastly different ways. Together, a scientist, mother, king, cowboy and minister ask about the unknown, answer the unheard and tell the untold.

Jun. 03, 2018

Review: Shawn Mendes’ self-titled album is about more than just a kid in love

Mendes draws on flower motifs in the packaging for his newest album, preparing the listener for his emotional vulnerability from first glance.

Jun. 01, 2018

Cannes Review: Capernaum details the plight of ‘paperless’ youth

Nadine Labaki discovers a spirit of social justice in her newest film

May. 31, 2018

Find a location near you for STI testing this summer

Locations in Kansas City, Columbia and St. Louis offer affordable STI testing and protection so students can stay safe during the summer.

May. 31, 2018

Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ disguises tired tropes with snappy smarm

Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ disguises tired tropes with snappy smarm

May. 29, 2018

Cannes Review: The Wild Pear Tree shows a new side of filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan

The Wild Pear Tree is oil and water with the Turkish filmmaker’s prior work

May. 29, 2018

MOVE Magazine takes Cannes Film Festival

Celebrated Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi widens his scope with “Three Faces.”

May. 18, 2018

Top five movies to see in June

This month is a jackpot for film of all kinds, from the shoestring indies at the arthouse to the big-budget epics at the multiplex.

May. 05, 2018

Find a study spot to get through the end of the semester

MU students have access to a variety of locations to get their last minute studies in.

May. 04, 2018

Moscow Festival Ballet impresses audience with ‘Cinderella’ performance

The Moscow Festival Ballet delivered a stunning performance of ‘Cinderella’, using costume and movement to convey expressions and emotion.

Apr. 17, 2018

Westworld comes back strong in season two premiere

The hit HBO show hasn’t gotten any less fascinating since the last season.

Apr. 16, 2018

‘A Quiet Place’ serves up old-school scares in silence

Just when cornfields were starting to feel safe again, a creepy new flick comes along to remind us of the horrors lurking inside.

Apr. 16, 2018

White feminism alienates marginalized women who need it most

By not giving women of minority groups the same attention and praise for their struggles as white women are given, feminism isn’t advocating for the rights of all women.

Mar. 21, 2018

‘Annihilation’ offers a surreal distortion of genre thrills

: In director Alex Garland’s exotic version of the final frontier, life’s answers lead to even bigger questions for a fiercely resistant Natalie Portman.

Mar. 21, 2018

Musical artists who will stand the test of time

We’ve had plenty of great artists crop up over the last few years, but who will stick around for years to come?

Mar. 01, 2018

How to make the most of the True/False Film Fest experience

Preparing for the weekend will ensure it goes off without a hitch.

Mar. 01, 2018

The do’s and don'ts of attending True/False

With the festival coming this weekend, it’s time to start preparing to have the best experience.

Mar. 01, 2018

What to watch at this year’s True/False Film Fest

The 15th edition of the documentary film festival will take place from Mar. 1-4 in downtown Columbia.

Feb. 26, 2018

Consider a one-piece swimsuit this spring break

Swimsuit shopping can be hard, but it’s made easier with the now-trendy one piece.

Feb. 26, 2018

Black Panther is more than just a superhero movie

Black Panther is Marvel’s most politically charged movie yet.