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“Moonlight”: A Review
Arts & Culture

“Moonlight”: A Review

  “Who is you, Chiron?” Identity is perhaps the most crucial, and yet maddeningly elusive—even contradictory—parts of life. “Moonlight” is all about the challenges, changes, and influences that shape our sense of identity. It follows the life of a gay black man from the slums of Miami. The film is […]

Protest Coverage – Saturday November 12, 2016.
Social Justice

Protest Coverage – Saturday November 12, 2016.

At 5 p.m. in Pioneer Square on Nov. 12, 2016, things appeared to be business-as-usual. People waited for the MAX, shoppers carrying bags hurried about, and a flower vendor played the soundtrack to the musical, “Hamilton,” while cleaning up around her cart. The only thing unusual was an apparent show-of-force […]

Under the Sun
Arts & Culture

Under the Sun

  Loudspeakers call all citizens to attention, people flock to gather in an otherwise empty basketball court, and so begins a morning of requisite gymnastics in northern Korea, or as it is properly known, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). This extremely rare footage was procured by Vitaly Mansky […]

Unite PSU Victory Interview
News

Unite PSU Victory Interview

On May 20, 2016 The Pacific Sentinel sat down with the newly elected ASPSU slate, Unite PSU. What follows is our exclusive interview with ASPSU President-elect Liela Forbes; Vice-President-elect Kaitlyn Verret; and Senator-elect Kaitlin Hoback. The Pacific Sentinel: In a recent conference with Student Media, PSU President Wim Wiewel stated […]

The Hateful Eight
Arts & Culture

The Hateful Eight

It’s not actually film that you’re watching when you go to the movies these days. What you’re seeing on the screen is a digital image created on digital cameras, and while the term “film” has stuck around, the transparent plastic coated with gelatin emulsion and light sensitive silver halide (that […]

Man in the High Castle
Arts & Culture

Man in the High Castle

Philip K. Dick is the author of 44 novels and several short stories. His work has been adapted numerous times for feature-length films and television series. Some of his most popular adaptations include “Blade Runner,” “Minority Report,” and “Total Recall.”  The sci-fi author has created a canon of alternate universes, […]