Fresh off the premiere and Palm d’Or win for his critically acclaimed film “Parasite”, writer-director Bong Joon-ho sat down with the University of Texas at Austin to discuss the film, his methods of storytelling, and the trajectory of his career thus far.
Racial minorities – disproportionately targeted in the failed war on drugs – are now being shut out of America’s profitable legal cannabis market, a burgeoning $11 billion-dollar industry dominated by white men.
With the advent of social media comes the immense pressure for people to present idealized versions of themselves. Luckily, “finstas,” private Twitter and Instagram posts meant for close friends only, allow people to reveal less polished versions of their lives, toeing the line between social network and diary.
This year was all three celebrities’ first time holding the prestigious title of host, though they have been lauded for their fashion choices for years. We saw them demolish the carpet at the Met Gala, but let’s not pretend that was their first rodeo.
This list includes the most frightening and brilliant horror gems featuring black leads, from purely shocking scares to more tactful works of social commentary, including some of horror’s most groundbreaking films.
In the midst of midterms, papers and heightened anxiety, a cry session can be cathartic for any student going through a downward spiral. Thankfully, the University of Texas at Austin offers a treasure trove of comfortable, semi-private places for any kind of cry session.
Straight white men take up too much space in the podcasting world, much like in real life. Luckily, ORANGE has provided a list of podcasts featuring underrepresented voices for your commute, workout, or spring cleaning sesh.