Ochi Grace

Sanam Rozycki-Shah

Drive-in movies cannot die out


On a Friday night in the 1930s, there was no better activity than enjoying a movie outdoors with family and friends for as cheap as only 25 cents per person.

Streetwear’s Rise in Popularity


Street style is one of the most popular fashion trends among youth, artists, and influencers today. American street style arose in the 80s and 90s, emerging from New York City and hip hop culture.

Combating Inaccuracies in Western Films


Western-themed movies and media have historically been displayed from a single perspective. The archetypal cowboy movie features white men, pistol showdowns, and southern accents.

‘King Richard:’ the Man With the Plan


When the topic of American tennis comes up, the names Venus and Serena Williams are often at the forefront of the discussion. They became well known during their teenage years, but who helped guide them through their journey to success?