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One of South Parks most recent episodes deals with the Prince and Princess of Canada demanding privacy. Matthew shares his thoughts on this episode, as well as the series itself.

South Park’s “The Worldwide Privacy Tour” (TV Show Review)

Matthew Yokum, Contributing Writer March 17, 2023

South Park is a cartoon that has been running on Comedy Central since 1997 and has accumulated 26 seasons and counting. The cartoon has never been afraid to speak its mind on politics and pop culture and...

Paul listened to the number one Country Music Award album of the year. Growin Up by Luke Combs soared to the top, and Paul shares why he thinks it did so.

Luke Combs’s “Growin’ Up” (Album Review)

Paul Tointigh, Managing Editor March 10, 2023

When I say I am a person who enjoys a wide variety of genres, I mean that. At first glance, I may not look like I enjoy a good country song, but in fact, I do. Though I am relatively new to the world of...

Forrest said that life is like a box of chocolates and you never know what you will get. This has rang true since the movie debuted. Dante dived into the movies themes and ideas for his review.

“Forrest Gump” (Movie Review)

Dantè Laws, Contributing Writer March 3, 2023

I, as well as many others, have been told time and time again that “life is too short.” I one hundred percent agree with this realistic approach and saying. Life is and can be shorter than expected....

Sza tackles big themes in her latest album S.O.S, and Janet resonated with many of her songs.

Sza’s “S.O.S” (Album Review)

Janet Ogungbuyi, Contributing Writer February 24, 2023

Are you someone who wants revenge, hopes for new love, or is focused on choosing yourself as a form of self-love? Or maybe you need an S.O.S in some area of your life to know you’re not alone? Well,...

As a fan of Taylor Swifts original albums, Gisela tested the waters to see if Taylor could sweep her off her feet and make her a fan again with Taylors new album Midnights.

Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” (Album Review)

Gisela Alonso, Contributing Writer February 17, 2023

I haven’t been a fan of Taylor Swift in a long time. I first heard Taylor Swift when I was 14 years old. I remember hearing the hit song “You Belong With Me,” a song about a girl who isn’t popular...

Ice Spice dropped her latest album, Like...?, last month, and Matthew Yokum shares his thoughts on her lyrics, beats, and more.

Ice Spice’s “Like…?” (Album Review)

Matthew Yokum, Contributing Writer February 10, 2023

Ice Spice is a modern artist known for her appeal to young people. She gained popularity with her use of modern slang and drill beats that match with her flow making her music standout. With her popularity...

The suspense continues as a second movie was released in the Knives Out mysteries. Detective Blanc returns to solve the next series of murders. Addysyn remarks on the movie and its characters.

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” (Movie Review)

Addysyn Asmus, Contributing Writer February 6, 2023

“Knives Out,” a 2019 movie, is a murder mystery that takes place in a home full of family members, who hire detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) to solve the mystery. A spinoff from that first movie...

Puss in Boots has spent eight of his nine lives, and believes his life of daring adventures is over. Gabi shares her thoughts on this loveable, orange cat in Puss In Boots: The Last Wish.

“Puss In Boots: The Last Wish” (Movie Review)

Gabi Merchen, Contributing Writer February 2, 2023

Some movies make us laugh. Some movies make us cry, and some movies bring into the forefront of our minds the power of love and the value of life through the eyes of an impossibly endearing orange tabby...

The cover art for “Un Verano Sin Ti” depicts the namesake for this album: A heart would be sad spending a summer without someone it loves.

Bad Bunny’s “Un Verano Sin Ti” (Album Review)

Paul Tointigh, Managing Editor January 27, 2023

Are albums still relevant in today’s music? Apparently, yes. This question has been asked because the format of music keeps changing with the age of digital streaming. Albums, however, remain a popular...

The Copenhagen Trilogy by Tove Ditlevsen deals with heavy material, and is therefore shown in a moody setting.

The Copenhagen Trilogy (Book Review)

Rhiannon Quillin, Contributing Writer September 8, 2022

The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has made literary depictions of abortion all the more distressing and significant. And it is near impossible to read influential literature...

Cigarettes by Juice WRLD is a powerful and famous song that just got a whole article dedicated to it.

Juice WRLD’s “Cigarettes” (Album Review)

Gary Jackson, Contributing Writer March 30, 2022

Cigarettes are known to be addictive to people, and that hasn’t changed with this recent hit. Juice WRLD is still hitting the Top 100 Billboard hits despite being dead for more than two years. “Cigarettes”...

While posing in front of the family’s home, Casita, the family shows off many of their gifts. Including Luisa’s strength, Julieta’s remedies through food, and Pepa’s ability to control the weather to name a few. Also hidden on the left side of the photo i

Encanto (Movie Review)

Emily Loughridge, Contributing Writer March 9, 2022

One of Disney’s 2021 releases is the musical movie “Encanto,” which tells the story of the Madrigal family who live in the mountains of Columbia in a secluded, charmed town called the Encanto....

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