The Clarion

Oscars and the Movies in a Weird Pandemic Year

Mark Luetkehoelter, Librarian April 21, 2021

A recent report in the library’s subscription database CQ Researcher entitled “Hollywood and COVID-19” examines the disruptive impact of the pandemic year on the motion picture industry already significantly...

The Oscars turn 86

Fanta Sylla, Copy Editor March 18, 2014

The Academy Awards celebrated cinema for the 86th time on March 2. The ceremony was both intimate and spectacular, with Ellen DeGeneres hosting quite marvelously. The 86th Academy Awards made history with...

Movie review: ‘Silver Linings Playbook’

Callie Vasey, Arts and Culture Editor March 20, 2013

“Silver Linings Playbook” was first introduced to us as a novel by Matthew Quick, but last year it was adapted into a film and directed by David O. Russell. The story is about forgiveness, second chances...

Off the Shelf: Madison College Libraries

Kelley Minica & Mark Luetkehoelter, Library Staff February 6, 2013

Beginning this semester, Madison College Libraries has changed the policy on DVD checkouts, now allowing five checkouts at a time instead of just two. This is good news, since the 85 Academy Awards are...

OFF THE SHELF: Check out the Oscars’ downloadable iPad app available in the library

Library Staff February 8, 2012

Kelley: Hey, we have to get our annual Oscar column done. Did you download the free Oscars app from the Academy on your iPad? It’s pretty slick. There’s a lot of multimedia information about the nominees,...

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