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Bringing back an iconic boy band

After six weeks, three engagements, two solo careers and countless tears due to their breakup, the Jonas Brothers have finally returned to remind the world what a real boy band is supposed to be. Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas have made the inevitable comeback their…

Work hard, darty harder.

Although the weather may not lead you to believe it, #dartyszn is upon us. Does drinking all day eliminate drinking all night? Am I an alcoholic because I’d probably say “No?” Don’t answer that. It isn’t hard to figure out where the darties are, just…

Women with an impact

Who runs the world? Girls! March is National Women’s History Month. This month of recognition highlights what women are capable of and how their skills have shaped history. This year’s National Women’s History Project theme is to remember the women who promote peace and nonviolence.…

Mulaney’s SNL takeover

Saturday Night Live started with a bang last week, as Ben Stiller and Bill Hader returned to reenact the biggest news event of the week: Michael Cohen’s testimony before the Reform Committee and House Oversight. But they weren’t the only ones to return to SNL…

Why we need sheroes

I was 17 when I first heard about my favorite superhero, Spider-Gwen. I stumbled across a few sections of her comics while scrolling through the internet. After a little more research, I went to the first comic book store I could get to, and instantly…

Theatre students shoot for the stars

The sky is the limit for the theatre department as it opens its spring season with Lauren Gunderson’s “Silent Sky.” This show is the second main stage production directed by a student in the theatre department’s history. “Silent Sky” is based on the story of…

The art of the house party

You can hear music the second the safety cruiser drops you off, the faint melody of Bluefaces’ lyrical masterpiece, “Thotiana” graces the air. Your shoes click up the porch steps and you step inside in the house; You have no idea who owns it. You…

Unforgettable TV siblings we love

Anyone who doesn’t have a sibling probably wonders what life is like when you grow up with someone who looks like you and shares a nearly identical childhood. To get an idea of what this might be like, just turn on Netflix to see what…

‘The Umbrella Academy’ deserves thunderous applause

A chimpanzee, a 60-year-old trapped in the body of a 15-year-old and Ellen Page with a violin walk into a mansion. Based on the graphic novel by My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way, “The Umbrella Academy” depicts the world of the Hargreeves siblings, seven children all…

Screening screen time

Yes, I am a millennial. I can text and walk without tripping over my feet and I know to strategically screen record our conversations so you don’t get a screenshot notification from me. If you think I’m going to stand in an elevator in awkward…

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