September 26, 2022
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Column: Spider-Man re-release disrespects fans

By | Sep 14, 2022

Sony’s recent re-release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is just one recent example of studios disrespecting fans with lazy, money-milking content.


Column: Writers grapple with digital fame

By | May 5, 2022

Due to the rise of social media, authors have found new ways to connect with their audience, which comes with both positive and negative effects.


Column: Thrift stores lack inclusivity

By | Apr 20, 2022

Lack of diverse sizing in thrift stores point to a larger issue in the fashion industry.


Column: Movie trailers spoil their films

By | Apr 14, 2022

Movie trailers have the unfortunate tendency to spoil films, resulting in the viewer’s experience being ruined.


Column: Cartoons serve all age groups

By | Mar 10, 2022

Watching cartoons should not have an age requirement and are meant to be enjoyed by everyone.


Column: Awards lack representation

By | Mar 3, 2022

The film industry severely lacks diversity when it comes to award nominations.


Climate movies address issues

By | Feb 24, 2022

Climate change cannot be solved by 500 people making personal sacrifices and our media needs to reflect that.


Column: It’s time to ditch cringe culture

By | Feb 10, 2022

If you interact with the internet in any way, you’ve probably stumbled upon the terms cringe, cringy, cringe culture, or something similar.


Column: The culture surrounding anime

By | Feb 7, 2022

As I have begun watching more anime, I have noticed a whirlwind of controversy, opposition and obsession surrounding the genre.


Column: X-men franchise could lose their mystique

By | Dec 8, 2021

Liking movies is subjective, but when you look at the overall reception of some of these movies, it becomes clear that the X-Men series has struggled.


Column: Christmas movies gets secularized

By | Dec 1, 2021

The increase of secularism in society has reshaped the holiday season and is most directly seen in the progression of holiday films. 


Column: Horror genre has relied on female sexuality

By | Nov 17, 2021

Since early horror films like “The Phantom of The Opera,” the genre has relied heavily on using women and their sexuality for its plots.