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More than a movie

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) released its latest installment of a world that has been built throughout 11 years, three phases and 22 films. “Avengers: Endgame” brought Marvels fans together across the globe and grossed $1 billion at the box office revenue by the end…

Sincerely, seniors

Dear Bradley, We’ve definitely done our share of complaining over the past four years. The winters here are brutal and the air never quite smells normal. We’ve been told countless times never to “go down the hill” alone and we’ve taken detours to avoid construction…

Celebrities fighting against gender norms

With many movements and events involving gender norms such as Gillette’s commercial about toxic masculinity, He For She and women’s marches, people are expressing themselves in many ways. Most notably, more male celebrities are getting in touch with their feminine sides. From the stage, red…

4 Netflix originals to watch instead of studying

With finals quickly approaching, the procrastination and the itch to be done with another school year set in. So what better to prepare yourself for all those hours you should be studying than to watch yet another new show? Here are four Netflix originals to…

‘Someone Great’ is something alright

Goodbyes are never easy, but if you’re going to have to go through them, you might want to take notes from the Netflix original movie “Someone Great,” which premiered April 19. Centering around the last hurrah for three best friends about to enter their 30s…

Theater puts a spin on Jane Austen

The Bradley theater department opened its final production of the 2018-19 season, with “Sense and Sensibility,” on April 25. Based on Jane Austen’s classic and adapted by playwright Kate Hamill, performances will run through May 5 in the Hartmann Center. Directed by assistant professor of…

Earthly Anthem

Remember “We are the World?” The anthem that every top chart artist had a role in when the 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti in 2009. Well, Lil Dicky created a charity anthem of his own last week dedicated to the Earth. The 31-year-old rapper created…

‘The Perfect Date’ night movie

Noah Centineo has stolen hearts once again. In his new Netflix original movie, “The Perfect Date,” Brooks Rattigan (Centineo) starts his own business to raise money to achieve his dream of going to Yale. He poses as a chaperone, stand-in, date or anything else people…

Internship problems: Kim Kardashian version

The last person anyone expected to take up an apprenticeship is model and businesswoman Kim Kardashian, especially when that opportunity is at a law firm. Although she has no formal pre-law education, her father, Robert Kardashian, was one of O.J. Simpson’s lawyers in 1995. Kardashian,…

The truth behind Biden

Sitting on my nightstand is a copy of the novel “Hope Never Dies – An Obama Biden Mystery.” I want to pick it up and continue to read it. I want to laugh at the humor of presenting former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden as…

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