By  Sarah Bergen The Eco-Reps have once again exposed students to a looming environmental issue. The effects of the water shortage in the American West filled the screen in Sweigar[...]
By Casey Gale Upon being asked the key to gaining acceptance to Princeton University — a college that, according to its website, only admitted 7.8% of applicants for the class of 2[...]
By Natasha Fuller The final Green Series film of the semester Last Call at the Oasis opened with the thought-provoking line, “Water is everything.” The film, which was shown on Apr[...]
By Sarah Bergen The 2010 documentary Gasland by Josh Fox asks the disturbing question, “Can you light your water on fire?” and doesn’t stop challenging audiences until the credits [...]
By Vinnie Abbatecola Another summer is behind us, and it has left moviegoers floored with the adventures of Marvel’s team of superhero titans in The Avengers, and Christopher Nolan[...]
By Vinnie Abbatecola It is shaping up to be a very memorable summer for Hollywood. The biggest season of the year for movies could dominate once again with highly anticipated big-b[...]
By Vinnie Abbatecola     High school is a time people either yearn to relive or put aside without further contemplation. It’s a society filled with boundless opportunitie[...]
By Jess Scanlon     A successful modern artist and the world’s largest garbage dump make an unlikely combination for a documentary, particularly one that has won multiple[...]
By Vinnie Abbatecola     The recent successes of 2011’s Insidious and the Paranormal Activity franchise (2009-2011) have proven that audiences still have the urge to embr[...]
By Lisa Henderson hendersonl@theridernews.com     Diehard Harry Potter fans can breathe a sigh of relief – their beloved Daniel Radcliffe has proven with his starring rol[...]
By Chris Exantus   It is hard to determine the quality of a movie in the absence of outside expectations, and such is the case of The Artist. Hype for this black and white sil[...]