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As the Oscars showed us, we need Israeli Apartheid Week

Earlier this month, one of the most glamorous cultural events of the year took place. The Hollywood elite donned some of the world’s most expensive clothing and jewelry for an evening that honours the year’s best achievements in film and acting: the Academy Awards.

The consequence of losing an Oscar bet: Jack and Jill versus Bio-Dome

I lost the Sheaf’s Oscar poll to arts editor Aren Bergstrom. As punishment, I agreed to compare Adam Sandler’s recent Razzie champ Jack and Jill with the eternal gong show Bio-Dome, starring Pauly Shore and one of the unfunny Baldwins. Jack and Jill is very recent and therefore representative of the times we’re living in and

Academy Awards post-mortem

Oscar night: a time when all the best and brightest of Hollywood look up at the stars and wish for the chance to get their hands on that precious statue. So what do the Oscars mean? Every year, all they do is enrage people. Some say that the Academy is out

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