‘Get Out’: A shocking psychological horror film

    Director Jordan Peele masterfully and unconventionally covers important issues of race relations through his Oscar-nominated psychological horror film, "Get Out.” With disturbingly creepy scenes and shocking turns, Peele uses a fictional allegory that traces the story of an African-American man meeting his Caucasian girlfriend’s family to highlight many issues about interracial relationships.

    Could the Parkland school shooting be the final straw?

    The response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where a disturbed man murdered 17 people, feels different. This surge in student-led activism is something new; something that could mark the end of the cynical passivity that has become the mindset of so many, and should serve as a call to action.