June 29, 2022
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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: 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: Book banning’s harmful return

By | Apr 7, 2022

Book banning is nothing new in the United States. At the core of it, this is a futile culture war.


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: The road to becoming a Disney princess

By | Apr 7, 2021

After the recent release of Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon,” there has been speculation among fans as to whether or not the titular character will become the company’s next Disney Princess.


Political films help viewers to reflect on presidency

By | Feb 25, 2021

With the Trump train derailed for at least a few years, there is time for America to ask itself some important questions. How did we get here? What happened? Where do we go from here?


Rap music must focus on quality

By | Feb 26, 2020

I listen to an abundance of music every day, and I have noticed one overarching theme in the music I listen to: a significant drop-off in the energy and focus of recently released rap albums.


Growth on display at 92nd Oscars

By | Feb 12, 2020

At the 92nd Academy Awards, actress Jane Fonda dramatically paused briefly before announcing the Best Picture winner: “Parasite.” The announcement caused the audience to respond with excited cheers and a standing ovation.