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Shailene Woodley The Hippie

Actress Shailene Woodley was arrested Oct. 10 for trespassing and protesting against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. Woodley captured the whole arrest on Facebook live. She was filming for about two hours,...

Ink Is A Sin

To most people sinning is pretty bad, but there is something worse. What’s worse than a sin you ask? Tattoos. Well in the workplace that is. It’s 2016 and people with tattoos are still...

First Look on AHS

American Horror is back on FX. The season six premiere aired on Sept. 14 and left most AHS fans wanting more. The episode began with a couple being interviewed for a documentary called “My...

Why Sexism Still Exists

In my theatre class we were discussing the roles of women overtime and how we have evolved to be more equal beings with males at least in terms of being able to wear pants...

Mulan = Chinese Actors

Disney made an announcement in 2015 that they are producing a live-action version of the 1998 film, Mulan. Fans have been anticipating that Disney will whitewash the Chinese-culture film.   After the announcement was...

Super Mario Run Coming to iOS

“It’s-a-me, Mario!” is a phrase that many, young and old, remember fondly. That’s why many iPhone-owning Mario fans will be ecstatic to know that the legendary sidescroller will be coming to Apple smart devices...

A Wrinkle in Time

Madeleine L’Engle’s novel, A Wrinkle in Time, had its first taste of film in 2003 with John Kent Harrison’s adaptation. The film was released as a television feature film. It never hit the big...

Slam Poetry

Slam. Poetry. It’s. Lit. Slam poetry is the art of spoken word or free verse poetry usually performed in front of a live audience. Slam poetry is one of the most intense, powerful, cathartic...

Gene Wilder Dead at 83

  Gene Wilder died at the age of 83, on Aug. 29. The actor and writer reportedly died from complications of Alzheimer’s disease in his home in Stamford, Connecticut. Some of Wilder’s most memorable...

Cancelling TV Shows

Watching television is a sacred part of my day. After eight long hours of endless classwork, crowded hallways and less than pleasing school lunches, going home to watch my new favorite TV show is...