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Who should take accountability for the Travis Scott concert tragedy

What unfolded on the night of Nov. 5 is something that will change how music artists and their organizers interact with their fans. That night hosted the first (and now only) night of this year’s Astroworld Festival, a music festival run by rapper Travis Scott,…

The R-Rated blockbuster: Are we on the cusp of a true return?

For major blockbuster Hollywood releases, the PG-13 rating has proven itself to be the tried and true method of getting as large of an audience as possible, as it isn’t adult enough that children aren’t allowed to see it, yet it isn’t childish enough that…

Blocking: Power play or child’s play

Having a falling out with a friend, family member or significant other often leads you to a crossroads: block or don’t block on social media. This can be a tough decision, so let’s walk through it.  First, is this going to blow over in a…

Medium confidence: Adapting video games into movies

Translating one form of storytelling into another —from film to television to radio — can be a tricky process, as the strengths of one form may conflict with the strengths of another. Video games’ most distinct quality is interaction. Sure, a game may introduce cinematic…

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