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A conversation with Artem Yushko ’25

With the Ukraine War reaching its one-year mark, I asked Artem if I could interview him on the entire Ukrainian experience. What was life like before Russia’s invasion? How does he interpret the causes of the war, and how is his family dealing with it? What does he think of…

Bikes, blood and brutality: A review of “Akira” (1988)

I have come to the conclusion that animated body horror is infinitely better than live-action body horror. This not only arises from how much of an aversion I have to live-action body horror, but because the animated medium provides enough distance between me and the gore  for me to actually…

High octane anti-colonialism: a review of “Black Panther” (2018)

      The first thing I’ll say about Coogler’s “Black Panther” is that watching it causes the sequel to make a great deal more sense to me. My relationship to Marvel films is complicated because I’ve seen a few, and oftentimes removed from the context of the increasingly tangled corporate web…

“Wellsprings” exhibit flows into Boliou Hall Gallery

“I think that the only real way we can think about the Earth and our human relationship to the Earth,” said Professor of Environmental Studies Colleen Carpenter, “is in an interdisciplinary manner.”  This term, Carls will have the opportunity to approach a truly global issue — water activism — through…