Jackson Schneider

Jackson Schneider (23C) comes from Lafayette, LA, (probably?) persuing a double major in Political Science and Economics. Outside of the Wheel, he is an executive committee member of the Emory Questbridge Scholars, and an assistant in the Anthropology department. In his free time, he enjoys novels, video games, and spending way too many Dooley Dollars on coffee. Contact Schneider at [email protected]

The Criterion Channel Turns Two: Here’s What to Watch First

The company Criterion Collection began restoring and rereleasing classic, art house and foreign films in 1984. Since then, the word “Criterion” has become synonymous with quality movies. The collection includes some of the greatest films ever made, from big-budget Hollywood classics such as “The Silence of the Lambs” to international art house masterpieces like “Portrait [...]

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‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Pulls No Punches

There is a scene early on in Shaka King’s “Judas and the Black Messiah” during which Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya), the chairman of Chicago’s Black Panther Party (BPP), teaches a roomful of initiates the pillars of Black Panther ideology, telling them to abandon the idea that liberation for oppressed people will come through reform. Instead, [...]

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Huzzah! ‘The Great’ Is More Than Meets the Eye

It seems to me that every other hit TV show in the past few years has been a historical drama. The royal conflicts and political intrigues have started to blend together after the fifth show about the Windsors or the Medicis. This is why Hulu’s “The Great” is such a breath of fresh air. It’s [...]

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