Arts & Culture TelevisionMike SeayJuly 17, 2020
I was caught off guard by the show’s artistic experimentation, nuanced spiritual message and deeply moving season finale.
Arts & Culture FilmMike SeayFebruary 07, 2020
The French animated film traces the harrowing journey of a severed hand through the streets of Paris
Faith GoodNewsMike SeayJuly 25, 2019
When the Vive Shelter in Buffalo, NY agreed to take in over 100 asylum seekers, they asked for help from the Buffalo community. Canisius College was among the community members that offered their resources.
Arts & Culture FilmMike SeayJuly 12, 2019
In Ari Aster’s “Midsommar,” the devil is not an ugly monster hiding in the shadows—he is in the daylight, dressed in a white robe and a crown of flowers.
Arts & Culture TelevisionMike SeayJuly 05, 2019
The show raises questions about the trust we put in the institutions that claim to protect us. I could not watch this series without thinking of the world’s denial and inadequate response regarding climate change.
Politics & Society NewsMike SeayJune 27, 2019
St. Peter's University and America Media hosted a discussion that focused on the challenges facing Latino communities in the United States.