‘Malcolm and Marie’ Dives into the Complexity of Relationships
Tuesday, March 2, 2021 The romantic drama, which follows a couple’s conflict in real time, explores the unique dynamics of a 21st century relationship.
Performative Social Media Activism is Largely Unproductive
Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Aesthetically pleasing, easily understandable infographics about social justice issues have recently taken over social media, offering little value. But they have the potential to be much more meaningful.
PTSA Hosts Art Contest to Celebrate Black History Month
Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Students can submit art in five different categories to honor the significance of the month and express themselves.
The Colorblind Utopia ‘Bridgerton’ Paints is Attractive, But Deceiving
Friday, February 19, 2021 The new Netflix series is diverse in casting, but fails to meaningfully address issues of racial justice.
Controversy Arises Over Armie Hammers’ Alleged Cannibalism
Monday, February 15, 2021 The allegations against Hammer highlight how our society still tacitly condones and encourages sexual violence.
‘Locked Down’ is a Disappointing First Look At Hollywood’s Take on COVID-19
Wednesday, February 10, 2021 Despite its star-studded cast, the film is an underwhelming portrayal of life during a pandemic.
The Dangers of the Concentration of Media Ownership
Monday, February 8, 2021 Having just six media conglomerates control US media reduces the diversity of viewpoints and creates a potential for the suppression of information that is at odds with the interests of the parent corporation.
‘Ratatouille: the TikTok Musical’ Exemplifies Pandemic Creativity
Sunday, February 7, 2021 Hundreds of TikTok creators came together to produce a weird, wonderful musical and keep the Broadway spirit alive while theaters are closed.
Amanda Gorman Inspires the Nation With Her Inaugural Poem
Friday, February 5, 2021 Speaking at President Biden’s inauguration is only one of the young poet’s many accomplishments.