Sep. 20, 2018

For horror junkies, ‘Mandy’ is the guiltiest of pleasures

Nicolas Cage burns down the cinema screen in Panos Cosmatos’ relentless horror vision, even if its hallucinatory effects pale in comparison to its gorier elements.

Sep. 20, 2018

Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively star together in neo-noir film ‘A Simple Favor’

Paul Feig directs dramatic dark comedy movie about a mommy vlogger trying to uncover the secrets of her mysterious best friend’s disappearance.

Sep. 20, 2018

Paul McCartney still has what it takes with 'Egypt Station'

The legendary 76-year-old's 18th solo album is a success, even if there were some stumbles along the way

Sep. 18, 2018

‘The Predator’ falls off cliff, still manages to hang on for dear life

The recent installment in the “Predator” franchise is an incredible thrillride, but is missing a perfect script.

Sep. 18, 2018

'BoJack Horseman' takes social commentary to new heights in fifth season

The Netflix original’s blend of hilarious comedy and dark drama reaches new heights in its fifth season

Sep. 17, 2018

Mac Miller’s music has deeper messages than you think

The “Swimming” artist’s songs often contained messages about drug abuse and mental health.

Jul. 10, 2018

‘First Reformed’ review: a fully realized expression of wordly anxiety

‘First Reformed’ review: a fully realized expression of wordly anxiety

Jul. 10, 2018

Book Review: Gaël Faye explores his Burundian roots in “Small Country”

Book Review: Gaël Faye explores his Burundian roots in “Small Country”

May. 01, 2018

How to be productive with the worst cases of procrastination

Here are six ways to not regret wasting potential study time.

Apr. 24, 2018

Tips for having the best summer semester possible

Here are several tips for how to keep motivated and focused during the hot months of summer classes.

Apr. 05, 2018

Mizzou Alternative Breaks: inspiration and love in an unexpected place

I went to Love in Action in east New Orleans for my MAB trip over spring break.

Jan. 27, 2018

The strength of voting is reinforced by the Women’s March

“The last year had imprinted immense negativity in my head and now I was surrounded by like-minded individuals who understood what I have been fighting for: equality.”

Nov. 14, 2017

Art Beat: Photographer TJ Ronin aims to capture personal identity through his work

TJ Ronin: “Not in obvious ways, but in subtle ways I’m trying to critique how black identity is portrayed and how we utilize our portrayed identities as our own.”

Nov. 11, 2017

Taylor Swift’s ‘reputation’: a track-by-track analysis

Swift’s sixth album is the most honest and hard hitting of her releases

Nov. 09, 2017

The first semester evolves college style

When your alarm goes off, you have an 8 a.m. class and it’s 40 degrees outside, what’s easiest to put on?

Nov. 09, 2017

Consider the pros and cons before signing a lease with friends

Although living with friends in college may seem like the best idea ever, there can be problems with boundaries and privacy.

Nov. 05, 2017

From jokes to Greek life: a look at the rise of the Mizzou Dad shirt

If you thought it was just parents wearing shirts that say “Mizzou Mom” or “Mizzou Dad,” you thought wrong.

Nov. 01, 2017

Try these makeup looks for a last-minute Halloween costume

If you find yourself without a costume on Halloween, turn to these makeup ideas for some inspiration.

Nov. 01, 2017

“The Light of the Moon” Film Review: a stark portrayal of a woman's post-sexual assault life

Director Jessica M. Thompson tells harrowing tale of a young woman trying to piece her life back together after assault in her first film.

Nov. 01, 2017

‘Sami Blood’ Film Review: an honest coming-of-age story that resonates with all

Newcomer Amanda Kernell pulls from her personal experience of being half-Sami to tell the tale of a young girl navigating between two worlds.