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How to plan a virtual murder mystery

If you are stuck inside amidst these social restrictions, anxiously awaiting something to do, murder mysteries are extremely entertaining activities to organize with your friends. Although planning them virtually does take a lot of forethought, their rewards far outweigh that. In this article, you will…

Advice Column: Organization

Dear Jossie, What’s the best way to stay organized with online schooling? Any tips and tricks to help keep on top of tasks? Sincerely, Looking for help :) Dear Looking for help :), Hey there! I have never been a master at staying organized myself.…

How Hollywood survives

With more free time on our hands these days, some people have chosen to take up new hobbies or activities, but countless people have begun the art of binge-watching television shows and films. Unfortunately, the ability to film these fan-favorite television shows and films have…

How to fight the fitness slump

Although the all-student quarantine was recently lifted, there will undoubtedly continue to be individual quarantines as the semester goes on, and that means (dare I say it) NO GYM. The second I saw the email about the all-campus quarantine, I knew what this announcement meant:…

The Emmys hold its most unconventional show yet

Going into the 2020 Emmys, many were aware that the show would look nothing like it had in previous years. However, no one really knew what to expect, a reality that became all-too evident during the live broadcast. There are no words to describe how…

‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’: Where it came from and what it means for films

At this point, the Netflix film “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” which premiered on Sept. 4, operates on a plane where worth is measured in exasperation, interpretation and the number of “explained” videos in your search history. Such peerless nature doesn’t build overnight. I’d argue…

College kid’s guide to the kitchen

As a student living off campus, I’ve noticed that not everyone grew up cooking. Moving from the dorms, I was excited to upgrade from a microwave to a full kitchen. My housemates, on the other hand, were not so excited at the prospect of a…

To the Max: A look into HBO’s streaming service

With a purple pattern that sets it apart from the red of Netflix or the blue of Disney+, HBO Max offers a wide range of content split into nine different hubs. Since finding out that HBO Max is included in my family’s cable package over…

The bright future of Broadway

On Thursday, Sept. 10, the renowned epidemiologist and director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) did an interview with actress Jennifer Garner where he said that Broadway will likely not open its doors again until at least a year after the…

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