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EDITORIAL: The Artist vs. Their Art

November 15, 2017


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

In the weeks following The New York Times’ story on Harvey Weinstein’s pattern of sexual harassment and assault in early October, as more and more people have come forward to accuse prominent pop culture figures of misconduct or abuse,  with a frustratingly complex question: Is it possible to sepa...

EMBLIDGE INSIGHT: “House of Cards” and How Netflix is Changing the Television Model

EMBLIDGE INSIGHT: “House of Cards” and How Netflix is Changing the Television Model

Wesley Emblidge

February 4, 2013


Filed under News

A few weeks ago I started watching Aaron Sorkin’s old TV show “The West Wing,” and loved it. I cycled through the first season within a week, and went straight into the next season, not having to wait around for months to find out what happened. Meanwhile, I’m desperately waiting for my fa...

“House of Cards” Season 1 Review: An Engrossing and Cynical Political Thriller

“House of Cards” Season 1 Review: An Engrossing and Cynical Political Thriller

Wesley Emblidge

February 4, 2013


Filed under Reviews

Note: Netflix made the decision to release the entire first season of their new show all at once online, so although this is a review of that first season, it will only spoil plot points from the pilot. The political system, especially in America, is rarely portrayed in positive light in film and television. We use our free speech to criticize the government a lot, from the biting ...

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