Archive for the ‘Ministry of Cool’ Category

RAW FROM THE SAW: Film Review – Lion

Posted on March 2nd, 2017 by Katie Siple

By Lena Verga, Contributing Writer Lion portrays just how intense and obsessive the human desire to be found can be. It is based on the true story of Saroo Brierley and his memoir A Long Way Home, and how he was able to find his way home after being lost for so many years. When […]

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RAW FROM THE SAW: Top 5 Video Games To Play This Semester

Posted on February 28th, 2017 by Segaro Bozart

By Segaro Bozart, Contributing Writer Gaming in college can be difficult. Whether you want to binge hours upon hours of Skyrim, or just want something fun to play with your roommate in your spare time, it can be tough watching your beloved console collect dust. Luckily, this spring has a lot to look forward to […]

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RAW FROM THE SAW – TV Review: Powerless

Posted on February 28th, 2017 by Edward Willshire

By Edward Willshire, Contributing Writer Despite numerous television shows and films based on the Superhero-filled worlds of DC comics and Marvel in recent years, we have yet to see something quite like NBC’s Powerless. Compared to the dour and realistic Marvel Netflix shows (Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage) and the more straightforward action sci-fi DC […]

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RAW FROM THE SAW – Film Review: Paterson

Posted on February 28th, 2017 by Tyler Obropta

By Tyler Obropta, Staff Writer Sorry, Garden State and Clerks, but I’d like to nominate Paterson to be the official State Movie of New Jersey (should such a title ever exist). In Paterson, Adam Driver is a man named Paterson who drives a Paterson bus in the city of Paterson, New Jersey, and it’s unknown […]

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RAW FROM THE SAW – Oscar Who?

Posted on February 28th, 2017 by Alex Coburn

A breakdown of how the Academy Awards actually works According to Hollywood Reporter, about 40 million people watch the Oscars each year. And in the weeks leading up to the ceremony, it’s almost impossible to check Twitter without seeing an argument about who will win Best Picture on the timeline. But the way that Oscar […]

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RAW FROM THE SAW – Film Review: I Am Not Your Negro

Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Tyler Obropta

By Tyler Obropta, Staff Writer There were a number of documentaries in 2016 that crafted stories about race in ways that deeply, often horrifically, resonate with our current turbulent times. ESPN’s O.J.: Made in America—a fabulous five-part miniseries or unwieldy eight-hour doc, depending on how you chose to consume it—took a look at the racial […]

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RAW FROM THE SAW – film review: 20th Century Women

Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Alex Coburn

By Alex Coburn, Staff Writer “Strong female characters” is a phrase that generates a lot of buzz in the film industry, and for good reason. In today’s world, girls are constantly being asked: Is being a woman about the pictures they see in magazines? Is it about coming so close, but not close enough, to […]

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BuzzsexXx: Thirst of the Wild

Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Anonymous

By Anonymous I don’t feel satisfied by anything right now; so somewhere, somehow, I’ve decided to rectify this through a cyclical spiritual journey of looking for dick. Cisgender boys are ardent disciples of this journey. They advocate for it by espousing the joys of dating apps and the horrors of commitment. Your thirst is easily […]

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BuzzsexXx: Sweet Revenge

Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Anonymous

By Anonymous Ever wish you could get the ultimate revenge on your ex? I was in a long distance relationship freshman year with this boy from my hometown named Luke. Luke and I were pretty serious about each other but we went to school six hours apart. Eventually, the distance took its toll on our […]

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BuzzsexXx: Trojan House

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Anonymous

By Anonymous It was senior year of high school and I was just learning about sex. My boyfriend at the time, Chris, and I were both extremely inexperienced. We had lost our virginities to each other, and were also both in the same health class in tenth grade where the lady who was supposed to […]

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