Category Archives: Opinion

“Logan” brings a trilogy to a satisfying, emotional conclusion

In the distant future, all traces of the old “X-Men” movies are gone, and Hugh Jackman is somehow still a Read More →

Spring Break Woes

Spring break is here and for many seniors, this is our last spring break of our undergraduate career, and for Read More →

“Kong: Skull Island” pays homage to the classics

Well, I guess it is time for the yearly take on Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. This time, instead of Read More →

Keanu Reeves kills it in John Wick: Chapter 2

Say what you want about Keanu Reeves’ acting chops, but the man knows how to commit to a role and Read More →

Media suppressions: A two-sided issue


President Donald Trump’s ban of news outlets like CNN at White House Press Briefings sent shock-waves through legacy and social Read More →

From the Desk of the Editor: March 20

At a small school like Hood, I never would have expected to be in the position that I have been Read More →

Memes become a way to commuicate

Meme from "The Office"
Photo courtesy of ShruteFacts

“[A]n idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture,” that is how Wikipedia defines “meme.” Read More →

Spotlight Review

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) and The Blue and Grey will be showing “Spotlight,” the recipient of the Academy’s Best Read More →

Fight for Something Tour Hits the Baltimore Soundstage

On March 8, punk-rock artists Tonight Alive, and pop-punk artists Set it Off headlined the Fight for Something Tour on Read More →

Being A Feminist In the Age Of Trump

Calling yourself a feminist isn’t always the easiest thing to do. Despite its pretty straight-forward meaning, which according to Read More →