Mean Girls was funny. Baby Mama had me in hysterics and The 40-Year-Old Virgin is one of my all-time favorite movies. Surprisingly, I even liked Evan Almighty. I, like many others, happen to think that Steve Carell and Tina Fey are funny people. In fact, they’re so funny, it’s not unrealistic to […]

Okay, I’ll admit it. The only reason I saw “I Am Number Four” is because Dianna Agron of the “Glee” fame is in it. Sure, the trailer looked interesting, and the movie had a decent amount of potential, but if I’m being honest, she is the main (only) reason I went. […]

I called it. Natalie Portman. Christian Bale. “The King’s Speech“. The King himself, Colin Firth. Heck, I even listed Tom Hooper as my sentimental favorite to win Best Director. My point is, with the glaring exception of Best Supporting Actress, my Oscar predictions in last week’s column were spot on. So, it’s time now […]

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My problem with The Town isn’t that it’s directed by Ben Affleck. It has nothing to do with Rebecca Hall’s one face for every scene. Even Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively didn’t bother me as much as I expected her to. No, my issue with the Oscar-nominated film is the male lead’s performance. […]

Re-targeting Advertisements by Keith Carroll, Kaitlyn Day, and Kevin Harvey Students from Howard Good’s fall 2010 Media Ethics class explore the ethical issues of re-targeting advertisements, such as invasion of privacy, using the Potter Box model. Retargeting Advertisements Media Ethics Fall 2010 from Kaitlyn Day on Vimeo.

With the economy continuing to struggle, many colleges, both public and private, are being forced to cut their budgets significantly. The SUNY system has reallocated more than $400 million in the past two years, forcing the reduction of programs across several campuses. Despite this, one thing that has not taken […]

Members of the SUNY New Paltz community have a number of qualities they would like to see in the new college president: They are looking for someone who is personable, intelligent, has a visible presence on campus, and perhaps most importantly, is open to communicating with them. The Little Rebellion […]

Movies are kind of my thing. For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved going to the theater, watching them at home, and, as I got older, critiquing them with others.  While many people my age are going to clubs and bars, my friends and I go to the […]

It’s the first day of the semester and you just moved into your dorm. What’s the first thing you do? Check in with resident assistants (RA). On that unlucky day when you get back to your room and realize you don’t have your key and your roommate is gone for […]

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