Amy Guay

Pink Bows and Broken Barriers: <i>The Eagle Huntress</i> Soars

Pink Bows and Broken Barriers: The Eagle Huntress Soars


The picture is captivating: a young girl stands on a rock formation, the Mongolian mountain skyline providing a dramatic backdrop while a massive golden eagle perches on her outstretched arm. Photographed by Asher Svidensky, this picture of thirteen-year-old Aisholpan Nurgaiv went viral in 2014 and inspired The Eagle Huntress, a documentary which chronicles Aisholpan’s struggle…

The <i>Voice</i> Summer Reading List

The Voice Summer Reading List

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“Dark Matter” by Blake Crouch — Graham Piro Multiverse theories and quantum physics typically make for dry, scholarly writing. In the hands of Blake Crouch, however, these topics make for gripping fiction. His novel “Dark Matter” tells the story of Jason Dessen, a college professor who wrestled with his decision to give up the pursuit…

A Tropical, Playful Twelfth Night Delights at The Gonda Theatre

A Tropical, Playful Twelfth Night Delights at The Gonda Theatre


Lightning and rain thunders through Gonda Theatre. Nona Johnson (COL ‘17) and Alex Yurcaba (COL ‘18), playing twins Viola and Sebastian respectively, spin wildly in the midst of the chaos. Suddenly the latter falls, seemingly dead, into a built-in pool of water. So begins Twelfth Night, a collaboration between the Theater and Performance Studies Program…

A Case for the Classics: <i>The Seven Year Itch</i>

A Case for the Classics: The Seven Year Itch


Marilyn Monroe long ago reached mythic, unreachable status as an immediately recognizable celebrity figure. She beams down in four different colors from Andy Warhol’s famous pop art, eyes peeping out almost sleepily from heavily lined lids, lips pink and mole front and center. Life size cardboard cutouts populate theaters and vintage movie shops. Biopics and…

A Case for the Classics: <i>His Girl Friday</i>

A Case for the Classics: His Girl Friday


Older movies can be a drag. No matter how classic, well-constructed or entertaining, it goes without saying that movies predating the 1950s usually lack the rapid-fire editing, breakneck plotting and visual effects extravaganza required to engage a modern, perpetually distracted audience. It’s often because of this relative lack of energy that I often begin a…

A Case for the Classics: <i>When Harry Met Sally…</i>

A Case for the Classics: When Harry Met Sally…


Just in time to revel in our singleness on Valentine’s Day, my roommate and I watched Rob Reiner’s 1989 rom-com for the ages When Harry Met Sally… and subsequently developed a surprising affection for late 80s Billy Crystal (playing the titular Harry Burns). Written by the late-great Nora Ephron and also starring the lovably neurotic…

Golden Globes 2016: Recap, Reactions, and Ricky

Golden Globes 2016: Recap, Reactions, and Ricky


Due to free-flowing booze, circular tables rather than rigid auditorium seats, and twice the number of A-listers (stars from both television and film attend), the Golden Globes is notoriously known as the sloppiest stop of the awards season slog and, consequently, the most  entertaining to watch. Put on by the enigmatic and often ridiculed Hollywood…

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