The Oberlin Review

Kushagra Kar
Kushagra Kar is a first year in The College of Arts and Sciences. He has lived in Nigeria, The United Arab Emirates and India, giving him a special interest in discourse around identity and post-colonialism. He also enjoys writing reviews of movies and TV shows, with a background in editorial work with pop-culture magazines. He has also worked on the editorial staffs of two national media outlets in India, his school newspaper, and a review blog. He is an active advocate for the usage of semicolons.

Kushagra Kar, Production Staff

Nov 15, 2019
Mathisson’s Course Registration Criticisms Lack Appreciation for Liberal Arts Education Benefits (Story)
Nov 15, 2019
Diwali: A Photo Essay (Story)
Nov 01, 2019
Colonial Hangover, Right-Wing Populism Define Indian Democracy (Story)
Oct 11, 2019
“Joker” Brings Controversy, Brutality to Box Office (Story)
Oct 04, 2019
Religious Beliefs Exploited for Personal Agendas (Story)
Sep 27, 2019
“Hamlet” Adapted for One-Woman Show Running this Weekend (Story)
Sep 13, 2019
Grown-up Losers Club Confronts Evil Clown in “IT: Chapter Two” (Story)
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