The Arts and Entertainment section has not been afraid to give bad reviews to events or movies that staff members have felt were sub-par. I have not turned down an article or made someone rewrite it because it has been negative. The stories "A night of jazz that lacked pizzazz", "Barefoot and boring, Buena play drags" and the Season of the Witch review were all negative, but at the same time were not overly critical. The jazz story literally singles out a person who gave a sub-par performance, but the A&E staff was unafraid to post it to the site anyway. The Buena play had cast members that people on the staff knew personally, but the writers stayed true to what they thought of the performance without going on a blog-like rant. Furthermore, the review of the movie The Social Network was negative, and even though it has been essentially universally acclaimed with a 97% on Rotten Tomatoes and it has won the Golden Globe for Best Film, we posted what an A&E staff member thought, even though it was obviously different than the majority opinion. We have had a good balance of positive and negative reviews, we have not just been saying bad things about people. My own reviews have been positive, but it has been because I have written what I actually felt about entertainment.