Roxy’s never really been one for graduating (who would want to leave this college paradise of palm trees, hot TAs and dance floor makeouts?), but she knows some of you will be moving on come end of spring quarter – and she wants to make sure, in the search for that perfect job, you maximize your action as well as your assets.
With Full Moon on the Quad behind us, there’s no shortage of illness going around campus. Sniffles, fever, rhinovirus – you name it, and guaranteed someone has it. The worst, and probably most ubiquitous, symptom of post-Full Moon on the Quad (FMOTQ) plague, though, is coughing.
Roger Ross Williams’ latest film, “God Loves Uganda,” outlines the role of American evangelicals in Uganda’s anti-gay movement, especially the 2009 Anti-Homosexuality Bill. Arts & Life spoke to Williams about his important, if profoundly disturbing, new film.
Steve McQueen’s “12 Years A Slave” tells the true story of Solomon Northup, a New Yorker who in 1841 was deceived and sold into slavery. And although his story is told with immense dignity, its epic adaptation into film doesn’t quite capture what inner strength it took to endure the ordeal.
Mexican poet and activist Javier Sicilia spoke at Encina Hall on Oct. 30 about his involvement in the Movement for Peace and Justice with Dignity (MPJD), a program aimed at stopping drug trafficking.