The Cardinal Times

Song Review: “La Meme”

Bailey Armstrong

March 2, 2020

  Maitre Gims and Vianney joined forces to write a song that brings Francophones and English speakers together to enjoy an uplifting  song that will put a smile on peoples’ faces no matter the language they speak. Wit...

Book Review: “Milk and Honey”

Kate Franzen

March 2, 2020

“Milk and Honey” is just the transition Rupi Kaur needed to go from “Instagram poet” to one of the elite poets of her generation. Filled with profound and thought-provoking words, “Milk and Honey” follows the journe...

Food Review: Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Sophie Goodwin

March 2, 2020

When it comes to food, whether you are a gastronome of sorts or a fastidious eater with a limited palette of three carbon-copy dishes, I think  we can all agree macaroni and cheese is a beloved classic, a pinnacle of American...

Movie Review: Frozen 2

Johanna Grewe

March 2, 2020

Released November 22, 2019, “Frozen 2” was an immediate sensation, earning over $113 million in the first week of its release. With the movie’s colorful and stunning animations, hilarious dialogue and jaw dropping story...

Movie Review: “Unbroken”

Kate Haddon

March 2, 2020

War movie after war movie continue to bore me, but “Unbroken” stands apart from the endless battle scenes and the same old story of most films about war. Through the eyes of an American Olympic athlete, “Unbroken” capture...

Musical Review: “Miss Saigon”

Luisa Kashiwabara

March 2, 2020

Throughout the history of theatre, compelling works of art have been produced on stages all around the world. From heart-wrenching tragedies to hilarious comedies, many shows have inspired our society to treat people with more respe...