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Prisoners of circumstance: a review of the film “Prisoners”

by: Precious Sidwell ’14 Staff-Writer   The film Prisoners took the number one spot at the box office its opening weekend, raking in $21.4 million dollars. Considering the amazing cast, it’s no surprise that this thriller was a box office [...]

October 21, 2013 Entertainment
Argo, Life of Pi, win big at the 85th Academy Awards

Argo, Life of Pi, win big at the 85th Academy Awards

by Anna Cabe Managing Editor, Online  On Sunday, the 85th Academy Awards, hosted by Seth McFarlane of Family Guy fame, was filled with surprising and not-so surprising wins. Among the winners were: BEST PICTURE “Argo” BEST ACTOR Daniel Day-Lewis for [...]

February 27, 2013 Entertainment

Good Old War Puts Entire Crowd Up In Arms—Literally

"You always want more and then they cut you off. It's great." quipped drummer Tim Arnold's blood uncle. Upon arriving at the Vinyl I found myself standing next to Tim's parents, John and Betty, and a jolly green giant who [...]

March 27, 2012 Entertainment

Listen: Review of Graveyard, Stone Rider and Radio Moscow at the Masquerade

The stages’ backdrop looked like an oiled rainbow, the kind you see on sidewalks and skimming the edges of sewers. Throughout the night the oil moved to the rhythm of the music in faded jewel tones. Atlanta rock group, Stone Rider, started [...]

February 29, 2012 Entertainment

Lana Del Rey Enchants Audiences With Haunting Melodies

With defiant and youthful hubris Lana Del Rey released her first full length major label album in January of this year. And the album shines through the melancholy with alternative indie pop charm. Its rough edges and trance ballads, a [...]

February 26, 2012 Entertainment

Top Five Songs for Breaking Up…er something like that

Regardless of whether you’re the breaker or the breakee, it’s not always a fun transition from “we” to “I” (read: it’s never a fun transition). It is from this that I have spent years perfecting the “Break-Up” playlist on [...]

February 3, 2012 Entertainment

A star-studded overview of 2012 Golden Globes

If you, like me, spent much of your break neglecting the books and catching up on the abundance of this year’s television shows and movies, you may need a breakdown of last night’s Golden Globes. First and foremost, of course, [...]

January 16, 2012 Entertainment

O’Brother Interview

Local Atlanta band, O’Brother, released their debut rock album, Garden Window, Nov. 15. The Profile's Johnnie Sanchez caught up with Tanner Merritt, the band’s lead singer, and talked about being heard, missing home, and passing kindness on. [...]

December 17, 2011 Entertainment

A review of The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

by May May Kaufman Staff Writer  To put it lightly The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975, a film by Goran Hugo Olsson, is one of the most important films I have seen as a student, a woman, American and as a [...]

December 3, 2011 Entertainment

OIE Travel Writing Contest: First Place!

The Office of International Education recently invited Agnes Scott students who have studied abroad to share their stories in a travel writing contest. Congratulations to Alyssa Stafford for submitting the first place winning essay about her study abroad experience in [...]

November 29, 2011 Campus News