Jasmine Salgado

Jasmine Salgado (’26) is a Staff Writer for The Lancer.

Lights, camera, no action: examining award show culture

by Jasmine Salgado (’26) | February 3, 2023 The list of award shows seems endless: Oscars, Tonys, Emmys, Golden Globes, and, more. Most see award shows as a momentous occasion for actors, filmmakers, and musicians alike to join together in the hopes of going home with joy in their hearts and a trophy in their…

Post-pandemic life: Gen-Z concert culture

by Jasmine Salgado (’26) | November 18, 2022 A year and a half of pandemic-related anxiety and isolation has left society hungry for forms of entertainment that used to be commonplace in a pre-COVID world, such as concerts. As COVID-19 no longer dominates every aspect of day-to-day life, the younger generation is now being exposed…

Chadwick Boseman’s legacy and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

by Jasmine Salgado (’26) | November 18, 2022 Due to his superb acting skills as well as his gentle and charismatic personality, it was only a matter of time before Chadwick Boseman became a global phenomenon. Throughout his career, Boseman aimed to accurately represent Black America’s history through his roles. His performances in Marshall as…

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