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Student leader Bethany Tamrat presents during the Black Motivated Women meeting on Black Women in Media, Thursday, Oct. 14. The students discussed different ways they see Black women portrayed in cinema and music.

Discourse about Misogynoir in Media takes center stage at the Black Motivated Women club

by Jarrett George-Ballard
Published October 26, 2021
Black students at the University of Minnesota get together to discuss the social implications of Black women being negatively depicted in the media.
Northrop Auditorium on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Northrop is hosting the Spotlight Series that focuses on patriotism, public service, and civic engagement.

Northrop’s 2021-22 Spotlight Series focuses on patriotism and the military

by James Schaak
Published October 25, 2021
Dr. David Hamlar, Brig. Gen. urged his Northrop audience to become involved if they want to see change in the military in a Oct. 14 presentation from the series.
“Succession” and Hippo Campus: Five things our A&E writers are loving this week

“Succession” and Hippo Campus: Five things our A&E writers are loving this week

by A&E Staff
Published October 25, 2021
TV shows, new music, a movie and an article to get you through the week.
Improving your relationship with social media doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to the apps forever

Improving your relationship with social media doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to the apps forever

by Macy Harder
Published October 21, 2021
Here are some realistic measures you can take to curb your unhealthy social media habits while still enjoying all of its benefits.
Nature, Nurture, Nightmare: “Lamb”

Nature, Nurture, Nightmare: “Lamb”

by Jarrett George-Ballard
Published October 20, 2021
Happiness is found in the unknown that is “Lamb,” but what is beautiful could very quickly bring death and despair and raise more questions than it answers.
The Minnesota Long Form Improv group performing in the 10 Church Street Building on Friday, Oct. 15. This was the groups first performance.

Inside the comedic world of the University’s long-form improv team

by Macy Harder
Published October 20, 2021
Minnesota Long-Form Improv works to foster connection between performers and audience members through off-the-cuff comedy.
“Faces” and “Scenes from a Marriage”: Five things our A&E writers are loving this week

“Faces” and “Scenes from a Marriage”: Five things our A&E writers are loving this week

by A&E Staff
Published October 18, 2021
Songs, some music, a show and a movie to get you through the week.
Tour guides Brett Williams and Deborah Frethem pose for a portrait in front of the Wabasha Street Caves on Saturday, October 9. The caves that closed due to COVID-19 have recently re-opened and are now offering historical tours and swing nights.

Ghosts, gangsters and more — a closer look at one of St. Paul’s spookiest spots

by Macy Harder
Published October 15, 2021
The Wabasha Street Caves are rich in history and ghostly lore, making them the perfect place to check out during October.
Top eight college horror movies

Top eight college horror movies

by James Schaak
Published October 15, 2021
Celebrate the season by watching these eight horror movies about college students.
The Saint Anthony Main Theater in Minneapolis on Wednesday, Oct. 6. The MSP Film Festival will host the Cine Latino event that highlights new cinema from Latin American film makers from Oct. 8-14.

Ten must-stream movies at the 9th annual Cine Latino

by James Schaak
Published October 14, 2021
Cine Latino is returning Oct. 8-14 with in-person events for the first time in two years and a focus on Afro-Latino cinema.