Harry Potter. Star Wars. The Lion King. All of these iconic stories have one thing in common: the Hero’s Journey. What is it, and can you tell a story without it? Continue reading Can You Tell A Story without the Hero’s Journey?
The Herald’s simple ten-step guide to becoming bigger than Phil Swift ever was. Continue reading How to Make an As-Seen-on-TV Advertisement
Igloos are the most unmistakable aspect of living in extremely cold climates. But what exactly are they, and how do they work? Continue reading Igloos.
A distinct trait that sticks out about Mr. Clean is that he’s bald… but why? Halie Holland discusses. Continue reading Why is Mr. Clean Bald?
Ever wondered what it would be like if apple cider vinegar was a condiment? Luckily for us, Darius tried it so we don’t have to. Continue reading The Apple Cider Vinegar Taste Tests
Warning: This article may make you question everything. Continue reading The Mandela Effect: What Do You Remember?
“There’s only so many times I can bear hearing the same thing said in a different way with a different beat over it.” Modern rap isn’t garbage. It’s just gone commercial, analyzes Darius Thornton. Continue reading Style Over Substance: The Commercialization of Rap/Hip-Hop
“Some of the most talented artists alive, have taken a notion so set in stone as time, and flipped it on its head,” writes Aiden Holczer. Continue reading The Concept of Time in Music
By: Nicole Chedraoui Attention Halloween lovers, it’s your time! Happy spooky season! As I’m sure you are aware, Halloween is just around the corner, what better way to indulge in the spooky spirit than help out my other fellow horror-loving … Continue reading Halloween Made Easy: The Herald’s Guide to Last Minute DIY Costumes
By Darius Thornton On December 20th of this year, fans will return to a galaxy far, far away, with the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. It is the ninth film of the primary Star Wars saga, the … Continue reading Why The Rise of Skywalker is One of the Most Important Films Ever
By: Darius Thornton Picture this: you have a movie you’ve been wanting to see for months. Whether the trailers intrigued you, an actor you like stars in the film, whatever the case, you wanted to go to the theater to … Continue reading The Disconnect Between Audiences and Critics in Modern Cinema
By: Nicole Chedraoui Stop right here! Have you finished watching Stranger Things 3? If your answer is no, just be warned that this is spoiler central, so read at your own risk! If you’re anything like me, when Stranger Things … Continue reading Stranger Things 4: We’re Not in Hawkins Anymore?