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Recommendations of the Week: 2/25-3/2

Recommendations of the Week: 2/25-3/2

By Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso, Managing Editor March 1, 2024

Each week, the staff here at The Anchor give their recommendations on an album, book and movie to enjoy. Here are our recommendations for the week of 2/25-3/2. Album- You Forget It In People by Broken Social Scene (2002) Recommended by Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso Few bands are so consistently...

Mean Girls Review

Mean Girls Review

By Kacie Burns, Arts and Entertainment Editor February 9, 2024

Mean Girls (2024) hit the big screens at the start of the new year. A reimagined and musical retelling of the original 2004 cult classic, Mean Girls (2024) sadly lacks the same spunk as the original.  Set in the modern day, Mean Girls (2024) tells the same story of the original, but with song...

Photo Credits: EMI

Album Review: Demon Days

By Max Cannon, Writer February 9, 2024

We live in a time where most music seems manufactured and mass produced. In 1998, Jamie Hewlett and Damon Albarn took notice of this trend and decided to play into the humor of it all by creating a completely virtual band drawn by Hewlett and musically produced by Albarn. The band had four distinct...

Recommendations of the Week: 12/31-1/6

Recommendations of the Week: 12/31-1/6

By Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso, Managing Editor January 5, 2024

Each week, the staff here at The Anchor give their recommendations on an album, book and movie to enjoy. Here are our recommendations for the week of 11/26-12/2. Album- Voodoo by D'Angelo (2000) Recommended by Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso The debate for the queen of Neo-Soul is one with many...

Recommendations of the Week: 11/26-12/2

Recommendations of the Week: 11/26-12/2

By Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso and Christine Lupien December 1, 2023

Each week, the staff here at The Anchor give their recommendations on an album, book and movie to enjoy. Here are our recommendations for the week of 11/26-12/2. Movie- Spencer by Pablo Larraín (2021) Recommended by Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso Pablo Lorraine’s depiction of Princess Diana...

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Let’s Take It Slow With Fashion

By Emily McGrath, Writer November 3, 2023

    Out with the old and in with the new; This motto is exactly what fast fashion companies use to justify their constant production of clothing based on fleeting trends. But in reality, it’s what needs to be said to the fashion companies themselves. Let’s say goodbye to fast...

10 Movies to Watch this Autumn

10 Movies to Watch this Autumn

By Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso and Kacie Burns November 3, 2023

No season has garnered such a specific aesthetic as autumn. Halloween, the crisp air and warm hues– these all contribute to a universal understanding of autumn. There are certain movies that fit into this aesthetic quite well, and there are others that just have an autumn feeling that we can’t exactly...

The Problem with Wes Andersification

The Problem with Wes Andersification

By Elaine Clarke, Art and Entertainment Editor October 27, 2023

Wes Anderson is an American director known for his particular style of filmmaking. From bright colors and quirky characters to wide camera shots with satisfying symmetry. Movies like one of his earliest films, Rushmore, or his most recent Asteroid City, are instantly recognized for their character and...

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Hide Here Forever (1997) Review

By Justin Corado, Writer October 20, 2023

Emo in the 90s was completely different than it is today: bands were forming all over the world and most didn’t last very long. Strictly Ballroom is no exception to this, but what they did accomplish in their short stint together is something to be proud of.  Around this time Midwest Emo was...

Recommendations of the Week: 9/24-9/30

Recommendations of the Week: 9/24-9/30

By Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso, Managing Editor September 29, 2023

Each week, the staff here at The Anchor give their recommendations on an album, book and movie to enjoy. Here are our recommendations for the week of 9/24-9/30. Album- Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You by Big Thief Recommended by Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso Big Thief have this...

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The History of American Prom

By Elaine Clarke, Writer May 27, 2023

American prom has a rooted history in America, despite only dating as far back as to the late 19th century. However prom’s impact on American media and its importance in a student’s time at high school shows its the great significance of the tradition in American culture.  Prom has been a...

Why You Should Play Ghost of Tsushima

Why You Should Play Ghost of Tsushima

By Francisco Aguirre-Ghiso, Writer May 19, 2023

In the past 10 years, video games have solidified themselves as viable forms of storytelling that can rival traditional storytelling mediums such as film, theater and literature. Video games like The Last of Us, God of War, Red Dead Redemption and Destiny have shown that video games can not only be immersive...

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