A cross between a drama of racial tensions in the American south during the 1950’s and a thriller involving an affair and the murder of a wife and mother, George Clooney’s Suburbicon displayed everything a movie of its genre should; except humor, excitement, suspense, and comprehension. Suburbicon starts with an awkward scene attempting to be a comedic recreation of a 1950’s white suburban neighborhood and their reaction to an African-American family moving in, the Meyer's.
Most of the book felt as if running for president was a chore or a service Hillary was performing for the American people.
One of the most iconic pictures released after the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, depicts an ash- and blood-streaked man being pushed away from the chaos in a wheelchair.
Screen adaptations of works by Stephen King have been satiating the public’s appetite for horror since the film Carrie in 1976.
The leaves are changing colors and it is time to get into the Halloween spirit. Thankfully, there are plenty of spooky and fun activities in the Twin Cities area that will make this fall the best yet.
Two years ago, a former editor of theMinnesota Republic sat down with me in between classes, complaining at what ensued.
Fall is here and we all know what that means. The PSL (or Pumpkin Spice Latte) has returned for another glorious run through the pockets of coffee-lovers everywhere.
As classes begin, crying and binge eating begins. Of course, laziness comes along with it, and everything seems to be in a downward spiral.
I recently read an article by Ben Mathis-Lilley, published on the identity-politics-focused Slate.com. The article, A Reminder That White Supremacists, not Black People, Invented ‘Identity Politics,’ brought up many... points. The article begins with a list of several historical events surrounding the abhorrent enslavement and oppression of blacks in America through the 1960s.
Traditional Chocolate Chip Cookies These cookies are guaranteed to satisfy.
“Some Assembly Required” is a collection of works assembled by artists soon to complete their Master of Fine Arts degrees.
Push for Art is a twice a yearevent, occurring once each spring and fall semester, at the University of Minnesota (UMN). Put on by The University Collaborative Ambassadors for Northrop (otherwise known as U-CAN), this year's Push for Art was held on April 5. Any student group, individual, pair, or class is able to be a part of the Push for Art day.
On March 20, 2017, Jewish Community Action at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Public Interest Research Group hosted a screening of the documentary 13th in Bruininks Hall.
Everyone has that annoying friend who’s always baking and trying, just to make everyone else look bad.
(ABOVE:) Isabel Enns as Monique in “The Kitchen.” Photo provided to the Minnesota Republic by Rory Mitchell.
Are you tired of the same old dorm food? Are you bored of awkwardly sitting alone eating the same old bread stick day after day?