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Live music, dancing, vibrant celebrations at True/False Parade

Live music, dancing, vibrant celebrations at True/False Parade

Amanda Kurukulasuriya March 2, 2018

Animated adolescents, octogenarians and preschoolers  marched down Ninth Street following a brass band from New Orleans and the True/False Festival Q Queen, a young-at-heart woman decked out in a regal...

Neeley and Nick Curent

Neeley and Nick Curent

Grace Vance March 5, 2017

Neeley Curent: "We've been selling popcorn for City Garden school, a local non-profit. It serves first through fifth grade [and] it's an arts and outdoor education school here in Columbia. Why did you...

The Force shows controversy from the forgotten perspective

‘The Force’ shows controversy from the forgotten perspective

Katie Whaley March 5, 2017

Sirens. Chanting. Flashing blue and flashing red. White smoke. Armed, uniformed men. Packed streets. Angry civilians. Fighting. Handcuffs. This is what a protest in Oakland, Calif., looks like. As citizens...

Reneise White

Reneise White

Grace Vance March 5, 2017

"I was a queen [last year] and I love just being able to dress up and be myself for once instead of normal clothes, so that's why I do it ... People are just really exited to see you [as a queen] and...

Kelsey Forqueran

Kelsey Forqueran

Grace Vance March 5, 2017

"One of the things I love about True False is that it brings people in from not only all over the country, but all over the world ... Being able to meet people that I would have never had the opportunity...

Tawnya Rivers

Tawnya Rivers

Grace Vance March 5, 2017

"I love True False. This is my third year volunteering. It's my favorite time of year in Columbia. I got here at 7:45 a.m. this morning and I'm supposed to be off at 2:30 p.m., but I stay a little later...

I Am Not Your Negro shines the right light on racism

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ shines the right light on racism

Katie Whaley March 4, 2017

Through intimate video clips, explicit images and powerful narration, the film I Am Not Your Negro finally addresses the elephant in the room, finally addresses racism in America, the way it should have...

Sights and sounds of the March March parade

Sights and sounds of the March March parade

Grace Vance March 3, 2017

Even before I step foot on ninth street, where the annual March March parade takes place, I can feel the anticipation and fervent energy radiating from the event. As I draw closer, I realize the magnitude...

Musicians at last years True/False sophomore screening play before the showing of the movie The Bad Kids. Last years movie generally provoked a positive response from students, but this year what the reception by students will be is uncertain. Photo by Grace Vance

Sophomore True/False screening stirs controversy

Cam Fuller March 2, 2017

[dropcap style="flat" size="4"]T[/dropcap]omorrow, Sophomores from across CPS are invited to go to Missouri Theater on Friday for a special showing of Raoul Peck’s new documentary I Am Not Your Negro. The...

Behemoth disappoints with weak storytelling, slow development

‘Behemoth’ disappoints with weak storytelling, slow development

Jenna Liu March 5, 2016

The opening scene of ‘Behemoth’ depicts a colossal explosion, with swelling plumes of smoke painting the sky dark. That, unfortunately, marks the most interesting part of the next hour. For a film...

As the ever present excitement of True/False rises, local shops like Maude Vintage, a clothing store, advertise and prepare attendees for the film festival.

What a day at the True/False Film Fest looks like

Grace Vance March 5, 2016

  [TS-VCSC-Vimeo content_vimeo="https://vimeo.com/157876142" el_file=""] To see the rest of Alizadeh's performance see the 12:30 p.m. showing of "Sonita" at Jesse Auditorium on Sunday,...

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