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Collin Garbarino

Collin Garbarino

Collin is WORLD’s arts and culture editor. He is a graduate of the World Journalism Institute, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Louisiana State University and resides with his wife and four children in Sugar Land, Texas.

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Articles by Collin Garbarino
Ideas and diversity on today’s college campuses (with Collin Garbarino)

Ideas and diversity on today’s college campuses (with Collin Garbarino)

How do we sort through headlines about campus protests and guest speakers getting shouted down? We’re joined by WORLD Arts and Culture Editor Collin Garbarino to ask: What’s happening on America’s college campuses?

The big budget films Napoleon and Wish waste time and talent on trivialities

New installments from The Hunger Games and Trolls movie franchises fail to inspire

MOVIE | Superhero flick is shorter, funnier, and more family-friendly than most Marvel offerings


MOVIE | Animated song-and-dance adventure is only mildly entertaining despite its star power

MOVIE | An elderly classroom pet helps children navigate life in this amusing but sometimes cringey musical

The Marvels finds a creative way to stitch together storylines that previously underperformed expectations

The historical fiction film about friendship and cunning on the high seas during the Napoleonic wars is worth revisiting

DOCUMENTARY | A disturbing yet tame true-crime story of religious abuse

Apple TV+’s adaptation of Lessons in Chemistry dishes out stereotypes of sexism but also puts big questions of life under the microscope for serious consideration