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This page consists of any and all popular occasions in entertainment media and pop culture. From Hollywood, California, to our very own Roanoke College, reporters of the entertainment page cover music, films, both visual and performance art, and other similar recent events.

2022 Oscars Recap

by Charissa Roberson      This year’s Academy Awards featured numerous landmark moments, both for cinematic history and the gossip columns! While the ceremony still had its...

Multimedia Production of Two WWII Stories

by Mateo Biggs ​     A member of the Brackety-Ack herself, senior Charissa Roberson has been the editor of the Entertainment section for the...

Harry’s House

by Karen Kohler       You bring me home, I’m going home, you are home — has Harry been leading up to and hinting at this new...

Trad Tunes for Your St. Patrick’s Day Playlist!

by Charissa Roberson      What is a St. Patrick’s Day celebration without some traditional Irish tunes? Check out these recommendations for your festive soundtrack – and...

“Turning Red”: The Lucky Color?

by Mateo Biggs      The early 2000s was a time many Roanoke students wish they could forget, from the collecting of loom bands to the early...

What’s Next for the MCU?

by Karen Kohler      In the past year or so, Marvel Studios has released a long line of new projects in Phase Four of the Marvel...

“The Batman” Review

by Anna Tillman        Simply put, “The Batman” is a must watch! The movie will have you hooked from the very first scene. The whole movie...

The RCIFF Returns!

by Anna Tillman      Roanoke College’s annual International Film Festival is here! This year's festival theme is animals. Therefore, each movie is centered on different types...

Breaking the Game

by Mateo Biggs      ​Despite how soon it feels, many students are already getting ready and excited for spring break– something sorely missed from the previous...

Theatre RC Presents: “The Children’s Hour”

by Karen Kohler           This weekend Theatre RC is putting on “The Children’s Hour,” written by Lillian Hellman. The show opens on Feb. 24 and runs...

“Daredevil”: The Show That Won’t Stay Down

by Charissa Roberson      “Spider-Man: No Way Home” featured many cameos from other Marvel projects: including none other than Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock, a.k.a. Daredevil. The...

For the Love of Music

by Mateo Biggs      ​Ah, Valentine's Day. The time for couples to hang out and enjoy their relationship, for friends to partake in palentines, and for...

Romance Flicks with an Adventurous Twist

by Charissa Roberson      Do you find it hard to sit through the average romcom, even though you still love a good fairytale ending? Do you...

The Year of the Movie Musical?

By Charissa Roberson     At the end of 2021, three outstanding musicals hit screens both big and small, wowing audiences and raising the question: does this...

Golden Globes Recap

by Karen Kohler       This year’s Golden Globes were held on Jan. 9, though not how they are traditionally. There was no red carpet or big...

Behind the Mask: “No Way Home” Review

By Mateo Biggs      ​As the semester starts back up again, many students welcome the new year with open arms– change is always a welcome necessity...

Next Binge: “Euphoria” Season Two

By Anna Tillman      HBO Max’s “Euphoria” is an iconic series worth binging. Everything about the show draws in the viewers and makes you feel mesmerized....

RC Choir Presents Handel’s “Messiah”

by Charissa Roberson     To usher in this Christmas season, the Roanoke College Choir will be presenting Handel’s “Messiah” at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church on Sunday...

Bilingual Performance of “Blood Wedding”

by Mateo Biggs.     There's a special thing about the air as the semester comes to a close. Between the stress of finals and planning for...

Your Holiday Watchlist

by Karen Kohler      Thanksgiving is over, so now that means Christmas time is fast approaching — or has already been here for awhile, depending on...