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Despite Biden’s election victory, accountability remains paramount

Biden clenched his victory last Saturday, and I, alongside many other Americans, rejoiced in the news. As my election anxiety melted away, I was reminded by a friend of an important tenet of civic responsibility. The rallying cry for the progressive youth this election was…

Precycling: The Midwest’s helping hand for Mother Nature

As wildfires persist in the West and hurricanes engulf the South, the need to stop climate change couldn’t be more pressing. That being said, it’s easy to become complacent when living in the Midwest. The natural disasters that bombard the coasts of our nation are…

Comfort movies for trying times

This week, many people have been sharing their favorite “comfort movies” on TikTok. With our return home next week and the impending doom of finals, I think a comfort movie or two is well overdue. Below are my five favorite comfort movies. These films have…

‘The whole world is watching:’ a review of ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’

“THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING.”  The chant echoes throughout Aaron Sorkin’s new historical courtroom drama based on the legal proceedings following the protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. This simple yet powerful statement inspires the central figures to use their even larger…

Advice Column: Self-care

Dear Jossie, What are some of your best self-care tips to help with election, COVID-19, end of the semester, etc. anxiety? Sincerely, Looking for help Dear Looking for help, Hello! First, let me just say that with everything going on in the world right now,…

Getting behind the scenes of Broadway

With all Broadway performances suspended until at least May 31, 2021, fans are scouring the depths of the internet trying to locate any semblance of the live entertainment of which they have been deprived.  On Thursday, Oct. 22, something premiered to give those fans some…

Revisiting the classics: ‘Star Trek’

One of my favorite activities lately has been watching old episodes of “Star Trek” on Netflix. Growing up, it always seemed like it was something I should have liked but never really got into outside of general awareness and an episode here and there. Watching…

One-on-One: Is ‘Hocus Pocus’ a good movie?

Hex No BY ANTHONY LANDAHL In 2006, Bette Midler made an appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” making—what I consider—an erroneous claim: “The reason I love Halloween so much is because I made possibly the greatest Halloween movie ever … I think mine…

The five worst couples costumes this year

In an exhaustive article, Oprah Magazine lays out 75 getups guaranteed to “win all the contests.” With such an extensive list, not all of them are winners. Here are the worst five: 1. “Day of the Dead” People often think of  Día de los Muertos…

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