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“The Power of the Dog” and “Dune” lead this year’s Oscar nominations. 53 distinct films were nominated for the Oscars this year, which will air on March 27.

2022 Academy Award nominees feature adventure films, many musicals

Alex Gaines ’25, Staff Writer February 23, 2022

The nominees for the 94th Annual Academy Awards were announced on Feb. 8, with “The Power of the Dog” and “Dune” taking the most nominations out of the 23 categories. Hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross...

The Oscars lookbook: glitz, glam, and gorgeous gowns

The Oscars lookbook: glitz, glam, and gorgeous gowns

Charlotte Gurley ’23, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

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The official release poster for the film “Trial of the Chicago 7,” a courtroom drama that was critically acclaimed.

Academy Awards prove successful movies during COVID

Nick Lolis , Staff Writer April 5, 2021

The pandemic may have prevented people from actually seeing the films in theatres, but the reviewers on Rotten Tomatoes are singing their praises nevertheless, and viewers should trust the ratings. The...

1917 hit theaters over a month ago and has taken the film industry by storm. In a race against time, two men must halt a British attack that is bound to lose thousands of soldiers.

‘1917’ captivates audiences, claims multiple Oscars

Ethan Frank ’20 February 28, 2020

Ten Academy Award nominations. Over $200 million at the box office. Golden Globe wins in the two most important categories. Director Sam Mendes’ “1917” has taken the film industry by storm, and his...

Academy Awards leaves viewers in awe

Academy Awards leaves viewers in awe

April 2, 2017

By Alexandra Sprouls ’19 and Hannah Bolandian ’19 Many actors and actresses traveled to Hollywood on Feb. 26 to go to the 89th Academy Awards in hopes of receiving an Oscar. “Moonlight”...

The best and worst of the 2017 Oscars

The best and worst of the 2017 Oscars

March 8, 2017

By Kate Lewis '18 From a stunning red carpet to floating candy to a major award mishap, the 2017 Oscars was a whirlwind of highs and lows. Here’s the best and worst of the night.   Best:...

The Oscars swept through 2016 with red carpet looks, winners and mixed reviews

The Oscars swept through 2016 with red carpet looks, winners and mixed reviews

Kate Lewis, Staff Writer March 8, 2016

The 2016 Oscars had much to offer, including predicted winners, eye catching fashion, breathtaking performances, and a host who wasn’t afraid to keep quiet. The Best Actor and Best Actress winners,...

This year’s Oscars proved to be just surprising enough to shake things up.

All ups and downs at the Oscars

Zachary McCarthy, Web News Editor March 5, 2016

Did you spend your precious Sunday evening catching Hollywood patting itself on the back for three hours? Darn right you did! In all seriousness though, whether you tuned in for the posh pageantry or not,...

Oscar boycott ignites controversy among students

Oscar boycott ignites controversy among students

Brett Franklin, Staff Writer February 26, 2016

On Jan. 24, 2016, nominations for the 88th Academy Awards were announced and trending hashtags such as #OscarsSoWhite and #OscarsStillSoWhite surfaced once again. All of the Oscar nominations were for...

Jared Leto, who won Best Supporting Actor for his performance in “Dallas Buyers Club,” poses with his statue after the Oscars.

To watch or not to watch the award winners after the Oscars

Greta Bjornson, Features Editor March 16, 2014

Jared Leto’s flawless ombré hair, Ellen DeGeneres’ viral tweet, and the real delivery of pizza to front row attendees were all memorable aspects of the 86th Academy Awards on March 2. Each year we...

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