BY shannon carlin
on Nov 09, 2011
Director Darren Aronofsky is known for scaring the crap out of people on the big screen with Black Swan and Requiem For a Dream, but now he’s back doing the same thing on the small screen. Four years ago, the Montana Meth Project hired the auteur to direct a few PSAs that give a very scary and very real look at the effects of meth. Now Aronofsky is back with a few more videos aimed at keeping teens away from the drug.
Though these videos may be aimed at ... Read More
BY Casey Krosser
on Oct 20, 2011
The documentary I've been dying to see since I first saw the trailer is finally premiering on TV tonight! Do not miss Miss Representation by Jennifer Siebel Newsom; it's sure to be a powerful film about modern women's depictions in the media.
This is not just a film, it's the catalyst to a growing movement and a call to challenge the media. They've launched numerous social change campaigns already including, Represent Us, where anyone can ... Read More
on Oct 13, 2011
I'm really loving the new TV Series, "Up All Night." I think it sort of has the potential to be kind of a 30 Rock, but about parenting. The show has a fantastic cast: Christina Applegate, demonstrating her great comedic abilities; Mr. Amy Poehler, Will Arnett; and our beloved Maya Rudolph as a sort of cross between Oprah and Tracy Jordan. And the fact that the show is written by a woman doesn't hurt, either.
To get a sense of her character's nuttiness, check out ... Read More
BY Olivia Saperstein
on Oct 13, 2011
Most people who indulge in shows like The Bachelor and Jersey Shore don't take them seriously. In fact, most people I know who watch reality TV, watch it almost sadistically, as they are enjoying the act of hating it. New Research from the Girl Scout Institute is proving that these popular TV shows may have more of an effect than we may think.
The study took middle school and high school aged girls and asked reality tv viewers and non viewers questions ... Read More
BY Intern Candice
on Oct 07, 2011
I've recently been obsessed with watching videos of the Longboard Girls Crew. I don't longboard but, these women are just too cool! They carve and slide (check out my fancy terminology!) through the streets with ease, grace, and lots of style. Different from typical skateboarding, longboarding isn't as aggressive, but these girls make it seem like more of an art form rather than a sport. The girls are based in Spain, though there are other sub-groups in other ... Read More