Adolescent Love and Rebellion Alive in Moonrise Kingdom

Victor Dos Santos, Assistant A&E Editor

June 7, 2012

Filed under A&E, Film

Wes Anderson's latest film, Moonrise Kingdom, may well be the epitome of all masterpieces. This film is a composite of shots designed to stylistically represent an era of rebellion. Moonrise Kingdom is set in the 1960s on an...

Classic Album: GZA: Liquid Swords

Dan Bidikov, A&E Editor

June 7, 2012

Filed under A&E, Music

There is an ongoing argument regarding the actual importance of a formal education. Some say that it is impossible to gauge someone’s actual intellectual potential and wisdom based on his or her level of schooling, and that...

Hot summer TV attractions

Lily Weisberg, Staff Writer

June 7, 2012

Filed under A&E, TV

While the end of the school year is accompanied by its own sense of excitement, it also means the end to many TV series that we have been hooked on all season long. However, there are also a few favorites that will be coming back. One...

Quacking up with Kwak

Bethia Kwak, A&E Editor Emeritus

June 7, 2012

Filed under A&E

Well, this is it fellow Quackers. The day has come when I finally say good-bye. In all seriousness (try not to barf), I want to express my thanks to everyone. This column came as an article idea to me at first when I wanted...

Classic Album: The Smiths: Meat is Murder

Kerim Kivrak, Assistant A&E Editor

May 23, 2012

Filed under A&E

After the success of their eponymous debut album in 1984, The Smiths had no intention of slowing down. With the release of Meat is Murder the following year, the band became more musically and lyrically audacious, and the group’s...

Trespassing true to Lambert style

Kelly To, Staff Writer

May 23, 2012

Filed under A&E, Music

The runner-up of season eight of American Idol and world-famous musician Adam Lambert released a new album, Trespassing, encompassing songs ranging from slow ballads to pop songs. The style of music on this album matches his...