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Ten ways to quarantine in the dorms with a roommate you hate

Bradley just started a two-week quarantine, and you just realized how much you hate your new roommate. Have no fear, here are 10 ways to survive your two weeks in quarantine: #10 Avoid calling them out while angry If you go off on your roommate…

Finding the truth in ‘Words on Bathroom Walls’

With the slowly building acceptance of mental health topics among our generation, it was only a matter of time before a young adult romance featuring a mentally ill protagonist burst onto the Hollywood scene. I am unbelievably happy to announce that the first film born…

Shoot your shot: College girls’ guide to making the first move

Hello, ladies! This week, I am going to help you buck up and shoot your shot. Whether you need a little confidence boost, advice about what to do or if you just can’t tell if he’s into you, I am here to help. All right,…

Heading to the ballroom

The rhythm of this dance will be a little different as the 29th season of “Dancing with the Stars” will premiere on Sept. 14, at 8 p.m. EST on ABC with no live audience. As the dancers figure out how to tap their way through…

Good books to escape in over quarantine

Ever since the pandemic hit, many have found solace and a sense of escapism in literature, in which you could either enter an entirely fictional universe or expand your breadth of knowledge. Three such books that I had read over that period of time are…

‘Tenet’: The blessing and curse of expectations

COVID-19 has established numerous new hurdles for any film to clear, from indefinite delays to undignified streaming dumps. However, as Christopher Nolan’s newest work is currently showing us, the most daunting one is as old as the medium itself: audience expectations. Nolan’s latest film, the…

Long live Phineas and Ferb

There is no question that “Phineas and Ferb” is and was the best animated show on Disney Channel.  Since the conclusion of the show’s fourth and final season in 2015, there have been some continuations of the show in the form of special full-length movies,…

’90s sitcom ‘Moesha’ returns to Netflix

“Mo to the E to the … ,” the most iconic theme song, the one you’ll never skip, has made its way to Netflix. Netflix released the TV series “Moesha” Aug. 1 and announced that they will be adding more classic ’90s-2000s sitcoms with strong…

Visiting Radio City from your TV

Netflix’s recording of the final concert on Ben Platt’s debut tour at New York’s Radio City Music Hall is a perfect amalgamation of the joy of theater and melodic pop music.  Throughout the concert, Platt sprinkled in light dialogue to reveal the various backstories behind…

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