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Circus Season’s Brandon Do Talks About Being In a USF Band

Claudia Sanchez Scene Editor   Brandon Do and Nick Eremita, two USF sophomores and members of Circus Season, have a whole drumset, two guitar amps, a...

The Privilege of Passivity & The Handmaid’s Tale

Zachary Colao Staff Writer   On April 23, Hulu unveiled the first three episodes of their new mini-series “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which is based on the famous...

“Girlboss” Is Good, But Not Likable

Claudia Sanchez Scene Editor Rating: 3 out of 5 Something about the timing of the release of “Girlboss” which celebrates entrepreneur Sophia Amuroso, feels a little off....

“Marjorie Prime”: The Disturbing Future of Grief

Murahd Shawki Staff Writer 4 Stars The 60th San Francisco International Film Festival featured plenty of films dealing with death, family, and memory. Whether it be the...

Bringing the “Vagina Monologues” Out of the 90’s

Nell Bayliss Staff Writer   It is a tradition for college campuses around the country to perform Eve Ensler’s celebrated performances. The performance consists of various...

“13 Reasons Why” Teaches Us To Be Kind

Rose Heredia Staff Writer Rating: 4 out of 5 stars “Hey, it’s Hannah. Hannah Baker. Don’t adjust your… whatever you’re hearing this on. It’s me. Live and...

Rock ‘N’ Swap Wraps Up Its 35th Year

Claudia Sanchez Scene Editor   White plastic boxes packed with everything from rare 60’s Beatles originals to the newest vinyl were calmly rifled through as vendors recited...

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Nicholas Grayson Contributing Writer Rating: 5/5 “Breath of the Wild” reminds me of a time when I was terrible at video games in the best of ways....

Big Little Lies and the Dance of Death

Zachary Colao Staff Writer RATING: 4.5/5 On Sunday, April 2, HBO’s limited series “Big Little Lies” came to its dramatic conclusion. The HBO miniseries is an adaptation...

Barrio Fiesta Shows Us the Meaning of “Utang Na Loob”

Claudia Sanchez Scene Editor   Barrio is Kasamahan’s largest event, bringing students, alumni, and families together to celebrate Filipino culture through performance. One of Barrio’s choreographers, junior...