Sundance review: The Russian Woodpecker

Sundance review: The Russian Woodpecker

Jacob McCaskey, Staff Writer
March 4, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Sundance Film Festival featured a particularly interesting and unique documentary by the name, The Russian Woodpecker, premiered captivating audiences and snagging the World Cinema Jury Prize: Documentary Winner. Set in Ukraine in the midst of social unrest and economic disparity, the documentary... Read more »

Sundance review: Welcome to Leith

Sundance review: Welcome to Leith

Rob Bridenstine, Editor-in-Chief
March 4, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Welcome to Leith, is a gritty piece of cinematic journalism that is meant to hurl the viewers into the center of an environment that is teetering on the edge of sanity, and about to topple into a pit of violence and anarchy. Directors Michael Beach Nichols and Christopher K. Walker made it a... Read more »

Sundance review: The Witch

Sundance review: The Witch

Alexander Rose, Managing Editor
February 19, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Americans will never agree on what the scariest period of our history is. Both World Wars were violent and bloody, but they helped us become a world power. The Cold War had the nation’s children hiding under school desks to survive nukes. The Civil Rights movement only scared people who were afraid... Read more »

The President, the Peanut and the Pulpit

Hawk Media Club
November 4, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Video

The Hawk Media Club launches Kickstarter project.

A month in the theatre

Krista Byrd, Editor-in-Chief
December 3, 2013
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As the house lights dim in the theatres of HCC’s Brandon and Ybor City campuses, the students onstage spring to life. The quiet girl from math class, or the boy you always see in the cafeteria stand in the spotlight, ready to captivate the audience. For the students of the theatre department, November... Read more »

Farming folk art to feed the soul

Farming folk art to feed the soul

Krista Byrd, Staff Writer
March 6, 2013
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Student Life, Top Stories

To many, farming is not something that would inspire art. Most of us might focus on the hard work or even the strange smells of a farm, but to Ruby C. Williams, a farm in Bealsville, Florida is the inspiration to create something beautiful. Currently on display in Gallery 221 until February 28, Williams’... Read more »

Blake High School Senior Masters art exhibit at Ybor gallery

Blake High School Senior Masters art exhibit at Ybor gallery

Carolyn Kossar, Contributor
November 26, 2012
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Tampa, Fl.— Hillsborough Community College’s Ybor campus Visual and Performing Arts Gallery is proud to present Howard W. Blake High School’s Senior Masters Certification Exhibit from November 15-December 10, 2012. An Opening Reception will take place Thursday, Nov 15, 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., with... Read more »

Universal Studios: Where blockbusters come to life

Ammon Bradford, Hawkeye Contributor
October 18, 2012
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Video

Universal Studios is a world of wonder. The background music, the roaring roller coasters and the dress up character make the atmosphere a memorable experience. It is so enjoyable, I decided to create my own promotional video. Making a video is not easy. From dodging the security and event staff,... Read more »

Cuban Artist Juan T. Vasquez Martin’s Exhibit in Ybor City

Keena Haywood, Staff
October 18, 2012
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Video

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Fall TV Shows to Tune Into

Fall TV Shows to Tune Into

Krista Byrd, Staff Writer
September 24, 2012
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Fall is the best time for TV, but with so many new and old shows filling competing time slots, many of us will have to make that very difficult choice—what to watch tonight. With four networks that all have great shows, I will let you know what shows to watch for so that you can get a break from the... Read more »