Sep. 21, 2020

‘Unpregnant’ shows Why We can’t stop Fighting for Abortion Rights

HBO Max’s new comedy conveys how far women have to go to have a choice.

Sep. 19, 2020

Celebrities post hypocritical, patronizing Encouragements to follow CDC Guidelines

Throughout the pandemic, celebrities have shown their lack of knowledge on the Coronavirus.

Sep. 19, 2020

Movie Theaters are jolted by the Pandemic, but still an Irreplaceable Experience

Audiences should expect changes to the cinema, but the presentation of movies on the big screen will remain powerful.

Sep. 14, 2020

‘Cobra Kai’ takes Advantage of Nostalgia during Hard Times

Netflix’s new investment in Youtube Red’s previously owned Karate Kid continuation ‘Cobra Kai’ proves to be a success due to nostalgia and new exposure.

Sep. 14, 2020

Even in a pandemic, Ragtag Cinema's shows must Go On

C-Deck: While people are cautious of sitting in theaters, Ragtag offers an alternative method to watch artistic film.

Sep. 14, 2020

Companies release hit or miss ad campaigns since beginning of COVID-19

There’s always the possibility for a marketing team to screw up, but ad-making is even higher stakes during a pandemic.

Sep. 10, 2020

REVIEW: “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” is a chaotic jumble of confusion

Charlie Kaufman’s psychological thriller has a creatively eccentric style, coupled with a nonsensical storyline

Sep. 06, 2020

Online school causes students to find new ways to express themselves

Without the interaction of in-person school, students can still find outlets of expression

Sep. 06, 2020

REVIEW: “Words on Bathroom Walls” tackles schizophrenia with authenticity

Thor Freudenthal’s drama exposes the terror the disorder can bring, combined with moments of hopefulness.

Sep. 06, 2020

REVIEW: The Killers hit stride with sixth successful album

The album continues The Killers’ legacy of easy, consistent chart-toppers without pushing the envelope.

Sep. 04, 2020

The Ultimate List of Autumn Movies to put you in the Spooky Spirit

With fall right around the corner, here are a few spooky films to fill up your unexpectedly free schedule.

Sep. 03, 2020

Lady Gaga took the VMA’s by storm, while wearing a mask, of course

Lady Gaga came and conquered the VMA’s by winning five awards, having eight costume changes, giving a show stopping performance and by making statements about mask wearing during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

May. 14, 2020

8 things to do when classes end

A collection of activities for when classes end.

May. 10, 2020

The Dixie Chicks encourage fans to persevere, keep heads up in new single “Julianna Calm Down” following “Gaslighter” album delay

The Chicks’ mellow, heartfelt second single is exactly the pop-infused anthem is exactly what we need amid COVID-19 uncertainty.

Apr. 30, 2020

Emotional wounds come out in quarantine

During the COVID-19 pandemic, people scour for a source of comfort, support or love. It’s a month into social distancing, and now our exes are trying to reconnect via technology. So, what do we do when faced with this urge to respond?

Apr. 30, 2020

In defense of Instagram story trends

It’s not necessarily a bad thing to seek out social media for attention and validation right now.

Apr. 30, 2020

Old favorite TV shows bring comfort during crisis

In times of stress, watching a favorite TV show from the past might ease the pain

Apr. 30, 2020

COVID-19 puts perspective on friendships: personal and virtual

By utilizing technology during this time, new perspectives on life can be heard and valuable memories can be created.

Apr. 27, 2020

“The Witch Elm” offers spin on luck

Tana French has a usual routine of producing crime novels narrated by detectives. In her stand-alone novel, the new voice of a regular person is enticing.

Apr. 20, 2020

The Strokes take things slow with new album

There is something to be said for Casablancas’s blatant longing for the past and uncertainty about the future on this new 2020 record.