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Study Break: The Zodiac Killer, Indigenous Peoples’ Day and minimizing midterm stress

Welcome back to Study Break, just in time for midterm studying. Jade Sewell and Angeline Schmelzer discuss the latest news with the Zodiac Killer, the presidential proclamation for Indigenous People’s Day and ways to mitigate midterm stress. 

‘Squid Game’ shows the importance of embracing independent cinema

The Korean drama “Squid Game” dropped on Netflix on Sept. 17 with virtually no introduction or fanfare on the platform. Less than one month later, the show is projected to be the most streamed show in Netflix history. Though “Squid Game” has only recently entered…

Review: ‘What If…?’ adds needed variety to Marvel’s TV lineup

“What If…?” brings animation into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as lots of twists, turns and dead Avengers. Marvel’s fourth television series this year takes full advantage of its alternate-universe premise to murder Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in new ways every week. Nowhere is this…

Review: ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ should have stayed on stage

After winning a Tony Award in 2017 for “Dear Evan Hansen,” Ben Platt could have retired his performance as the titular teenager on top. Instead, he slouches his way through an overly long big-screen adaptation of the musical that shot him to stardom. In an…

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