In the last three years, Netflix has created and released several hit series, including the yuppie-in-prison memoir Orange Is the New Black and a resurrection of the criminally canceled Arrested Development.
Imagine the Golden Gate Bridge: beautiful, iconic, a wonder of the modern world. And then imagine its destruction at the hands of an impossibly large, impossibly realistic extra-dimensional alien.
Take off your Ray-Bans. Put away that vintage sweater. It’s time to start digging through the cardboard boxes in your attic for the ’N Sync T-shirt you bought at your first ever concert and your ratty old Chuck Taylors.
Samantha, Charlotte, Miranda, Carrie—these are characters who defined a generation, if only by sheer volume. There have been six seasons of Sex and the City, along with two pretty awful movies, a smattering of soundtracks, and various DVD compilations.
Rain Man. Sherlock Holmes. I Am Sam. What all these movies have in common is their portrayal of an autistic person.
Dec 19, 9:14am
Yesterday, the J-School announced this year’s Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award winners. The Journalism School website calls them the “equivalent of the Pulitzer Prizes” for broadcast journalism—they honor TV and... Read More
Dec 18, 5:21pm
In this new Spectrum series, readers submit their thoughts about things across the scientific spectrum (yes indeed) as they relate to Columbia students and faculty. In the first installment, a... Read More
Dec 17, 11:37pm
Yesterday morning, Above The Law, a website that reports news on law firms and law schools, broke the news that a fake student had infiltrated Columbia Law School. The student, going by... Read More
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