Catalina Jackson-Uruena, Megan Picas and Sandy Strangis dancing in Embody│in⠂body choreographed by Stephanie Heckert at Mt. SAC Dance Department’s Artist in Residence event on April 22.

Uplifting Community Through Movement

Andie Kalinowski, Features Editor April 28, 2022

Inventive choreography and transcendent dancing assembled a sense of community for female-identifying artists on April 22. MashUP backed their mission of bringing awareness to underappreciated communities...

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Demon Slayer Movie is a Must See

Eric Tadeo, Staff Reporter May 20, 2021

“Demon Slayer-The Movie-Mugen Train”, directed by Haruo Sotozaki, finally hit North American theaters on April 23. It became the highest grossing movie in Japan’s history—surpassing the movie “Spirited...

L’Inconnue played by Natalie Grace Lambert. Photo Credit: Shannon Carter/SAC.Media

Headspace Thinks Inside The Box

Shannon Carter July 6, 2020

Unidentified figures wearing white coveralls, white gloves and faceless black masks walk onto a dark stage. At moments, these figures appear to be headless. As they march onto the scene like ultramodern...

Stream This: 8 Movies About Self-Isolation

Alexandra Carmona May 6, 2020

It’s no question that this pandemic feels like a plot of a movie—in fact, it has been the plot for many movies. We can only hope this one has a happy ending. Quarantine is taking a toll on everyone...

5 Must-Watch Election Season Films

Skye Salamat March 3, 2020

We have officially entered election season, and with today being Super Tuesday, it could be the most pivotal foretelling of whose names will be on that general election ballot come November. After watching...

Saoirse Ronan as Jo March in “Little Women.” Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures.

Reel Reviews: Little Women

Shannon Carter February 6, 2020

Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers that are over 150 years old, with a few insights into the latest adaptation. Proceed with caution. “Little Women” has been adapted countless times throughout...

Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver in Marriage Story. Photo courtesy of Netflix.

Reel Reviews: Marriage Story

Francisco Arellano January 30, 2020

Beautiful, devastating and emotional. “Marriage Story” is one of the best movies of the year. Released to the popular streaming service Netflix on Dec. 6, 2019, the drama has garnered critical acclaim...

At A Movie Theater Near You

Shannon Carter January 23, 2020

As the weather gets colder and the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, there’s no better pastime than to go to the movies. If you’re like me, then you prefer to move past the formalities of sitting around...

5 Underrated Musicals

Leni Santos January 22, 2020

Tired of hearing all about Alexander Hamilton’s life, a haunted opera house and the French Revolution? Got titles from fellow musical enthusiasts only to find yourself memorizing every single line in...

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The Star Wars Sequels Are Genuinely Good

Skye Salamat January 21, 2020

You’ll often hear people talk about that one impactful teacher they had in high school—the one that changed their lives and taught them about compassion, or maybe the teacher who gave them leeway with...

An all-star lineup shines bright in Martin Scorsese’s mob flick “The Irishman.” Courtesy of Netflix.

Reel Reviews: “The Irishman”

Joseph Sacco January 16, 2020

Disclaimer: This review contains storyline spoilers. Proceed with caution. Martin Scorsese has been unfairly pigeonholed as the man behind most of the mobster movie mythos from the ’90s onward. Despite...

Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite (2019). Courtesy of Neon and CJ E&M.

Reel Reviews: Parasite

Shannon Carter January 9, 2020

Disclaimer: This review contains story line spoilers. Proceed with caution. This past Sunday marked the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards in which a few notable firsts occurred. One significant achievement...

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