Jazlyn Moock tells us the real truth behind Irish Fairy Folklore, and it’s not as happy-go-lucky as you may think. Continue reading Irish Fairy Folklore Exposed!
Calling all Indie lovers! Adrian Duah-Mensah is here to give you a rundown of two artists you need to know. Continue reading Remi Wolf and Benee: Two Indie-Pop Artists to Know
Craving an old fashioned movie night? This week Gabrielle London has got you covered with this 80s and 90s classics. Continue reading Greatest of All Time? The Best 80s and 90s Movies, Ranked.
Adrian Duah-Mensah takes us all on a journey through our childhood with this Bratz Vs. Monster High Vs. Barbie’s inspired article. Continue reading Monster High vs. Bratz vs Barbies
Hopeless Romantic Jazlyn Moock gives us her take on the phenomenon of “manic pixie dream girls.” Continue reading Manic Pixie Dream Girl Mania
This Week Darius Thornton decided to give us an honest review of Judas and The Black Messiah. Continue reading Judas and the Black Messiah Review
This week A’Breya Young gives us a sneak peek into Demi Lovato’s upcoming documentary: “Dancing With The Devil. Continue reading Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil
The Herald’s own Gabrielle London gives us a new perspective on all things Avatar. Continue reading Avatar: A New Perspective
After his performance at the Super Bowel, staffer Adrian Duah- Mensah decides to really dig into The Weekend’s album “After Hours.” Continue reading After The Release: A Look At After Hours
The Herald’s own Nicole Chedraoui decided to dive into some of the absolute best comfort movies of all time. So if your in the need of some comfort– take a read. Continue reading The Best Comfort Movies of All Time
In this article, JoAnn Snavely went on the ultimate book hunt in search of some of the best reads! So even if you’re not super into reading, this is your chance to find some top-notch reads! Continue reading The Ultimate Book List for Readers and Non-Readers Alike
The Herald’s own Jazlyn Moock speaks on the history of jazz, and what makes it so important in African American Culture. Continue reading Jazz Speaks for Life