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Killer of Sheep by Charles Burnett

Killer of Sheep (1978) is a true landmark in American film. Charles Burnett creates a completely unobtrusive look on African American culture in Los Angeles, and the struggles therein. 122 more words


Spotlight - Phil Forte

A shorty compared to the great deal of walking giants on a college basketball court, is doing exactly what others thought he couldn’t. His determination to follow his dreams is such an inspiration and his humble attitude just makes him easily lovable. 296 more words

RAW, UNCUT: Urban Meyer Talks OSU's Close Call at Indiana

According to Fox 28, Urban Meyer’s 44th win in 47 games as Ohio State’s head coach was a lot harder than most would’ve expected in a 34-27 win against Indiana. 39 more words


5 things to do before you launch up your business in Ghana

You can’t avoid the Africa Rising rhetoric and if you’ve read any article or listened to any speech on the topic you would have heard that at one glorious moment in recent history Ghana’s economy grew more than 14%. 1,237 more words

The MFA in Fixing

I did undergrad in three years, taking extra summer and winter courses to knock out credit requirements. It was in the summer after my first year that I wrote the first short story of my adult life, then another two stories for a class I took in the fall of my second year. 1,204 more words


Wavelength by Michael Snow

Wavelength (1967) is another work of the truly experimental Michael Snow. Snow uses an extremely slow zoom that lasts the duration of the film, clashing with a buzzing audio, all taking place over a cryptic murder. 83 more words


Take the Lead

I don’t dance.

I can do a line dance, the grocery cart, and a nice little step to the right and then back to the left. 565 more words