Anna Cox looks back on Daisy Jones and The Six as month after the shows release, going through the highs and lows of the show.
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More than most sports, motorsport has struggled with giving female athletes any sort of platform. Almost all series have remained co-ed theoretically, but still, seeing a woman racing or in the motorsport industry at all is rare. Continue reading The Underrepresentation of Women in Motorsport
By: Ruby Garff What is the most important job in the making of a movie or a TV show? Who will make or break the quality of whatever media you’re watching? Is it the actors or the director? Often when … Continue reading Aaron Sorkin and Sorkinisms: The Identity of a Screenwriter
Anna Cox explores why Titanic (1997) was such a successful movie in honor of its 25th anniversary.
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Anna Cox explores the accusations against Nickelodeon’s most successful producer, Dan Schneider. Continue reading The Dark Side of Your Favorite Nickelodeon Shows
Anna Cox reveals the five best romantic comedies to watch on Valentines Day. Continue reading The 5 Best Rom-Coms to Watch on Valentine’s Day
Eli Duah-Mensah catches up with the cast of Grease before opening night! Continue reading Get to Know the Cast of Grease!
Parks and Recreation and The Office are two universally beloved American sitcoms from the 2000s, but one has its merits that separates it from the other. Continue reading Unpopular Opinion: Parks and Recreation is better than The Office (US)
By: Eli Duah-Mensah Alternative hip-hop. Gangsta rap. Horrorcore. Latin hip-hop. Trap music. There exist a myriad of genres in hip-hop, each with its own overt or subtle idiosyncrasies. Yet, whether comical, almost comically ghoulish, or gritty and realistic, it’s no … Continue reading The Hip-Hop Community and Homosexuality: An Open Secret
By: Eli Duah-Mensah Autumn is my favorite season, and there is no contest. The vibrantly colored leaves beating across the sunlight, as they fall and snap under your feet. The cool, windy weather juxtaposing the scorching heat of summer. With … Continue reading Halloweek: Death, Grief, and Identity in Over the Garden Wall
By: Eli Duah-Mensah Spoiler Alert: This entire article talks in detail about The Promised Neverland szn one. Thank you! It’s one of the most saccharine pictures one could paint; in what is usually depicted as a cold and morose environment, … Continue reading Don’t Let Trashy Seasons Define a Show: The Promised Neverland