#NotMyBestPicture: Protests Erupt Nationwide After Moonlight Claims Best Picture at Oscars

Protests have already begun after Moonlight won the Oscar for best picture last night in a shocking victory at the Academy Awards. Going into the ceremony, La La Land led the field with 14 Oscar nominations, tying All About Eve (1950) and Titanic (1997) for the most Oscar nominations in history.  News outlets from Business … Continue reading #NotMyBestPicture: Protests Erupt Nationwide After Moonlight Claims Best Picture at Oscars

Branching Out of the Penn Bubble: Understanding Flyover America

After last November’s elections, many on Penn’s campus had a pervasive feeling of shock and disbelief. Students simply couldn’t stomach the fact that Trump would soon be President; professors and administrators, eager to assuage the feelings of the strongly left-leaning student population, offered canceled classes and coloring books. Admittedly, I was surprised that Trump won, … Continue reading Branching Out of the Penn Bubble: Understanding Flyover America

When Caitlyn Came to Penn

Caitlyn - formerly Bruce - Jenner is always a bit of a media spectacle, and it comes as no surprise that the former athlete and reality TV star drew hundreds of students during a Wednesday evening talk at Penn's Irvine Auditorium. The student-run Social Planning and Events Committee (SPEC) announcement that Jenner had been invited to … Continue reading When Caitlyn Came to Penn

How Lowe Can They Go?

It’s no secret that Hollywood overwhelmingly leans to the left side of the political spectrum. Celebrities often use their fame and fortunes as outlets through which they can advance their liberal ideas. When the media is filled with stories of these celebrities espousing leftwing ideas and often indoctrinating young fans to hold similar views on … Continue reading How Lowe Can They Go?