It’s comforting to know that an awards show celebrating the 2009 film season can still exist without box office darlings Avatar and Sandra Bullock, as the Film Independent Spirit Awards proved Friday evening. Since its inception in 1984, the Spirit Awards have been dedicated to showcasing and honoring films made outside the studio system. Championing […]
I’ve always been impressed with people who can smile with their eyes on command. When a photographer says, “Cheese,” their zygomatic major muscles lift the corners of their mouth, their orbicularis oculi muscles raise their cheeks and form crow’s feet around their eyes and they look so unbelievably happy. I don’t usually force a smile […]
Officials have issued a flier and an e-mail advising students to store valuables in trunk.
The Women of Troy pull away late in the first half and hit a final free throw to top Arizona.
USC will mix up its rotation tonight with Andrew Triggs’ third start of the season.
For seasoned filmmaker Tim Burton, negotiating the fine line between his role as a sweetheart of Hot Topic patrons and a director exploring the boundaries of commercial viability is a full-time job. Alice in Wonderland’s wide release opening today marks the director’s most recent effort to darken the silver screen. In the film, Burton tells […]
On Wednesday evening, the Marshall School of Business’ Society and Business Lab, in conjunction with the School of Cinematic Arts and the Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking screened Kavi, a Oscar-nominated short film about a young modern-day slave laborer working in a brick kiln in India. Through its heartfelt depictions, the film sheds important […]
The School of Cinematic Arts beat out 500 other schools to earn the top ranking.
Down 3-1, the Women of Troy stormed back to tie the meet, but couldn’t top the Bruins.
As its season draws to a close, USC looks for new motivation against the Sun Devils tonight.