When Boards Meet Games: An Introduction to Board-Gaming
Monday, September 21, 2020 Playing a board game can also be an intense intellectual exercise that helps to grow your brain and improve your executive functions.
The 2020 VMAs Go Virtual and Lack Musical Diversity
Saturday, September 19, 2020 The virtual revamp of the 2020 Video Music Awards was hosted and executed creatively, but was underwhelming in terms of diversity in artists and songs selected for awards.
The Dark Side of TikTok: Exploring the Dangers Posed to Today’s Teens
Thursday, September 17, 2020 The popular social media platform TikTok presents dangers to impressionable young users.
The Loss of a Hero On-Screen and Off: Chadwick Boseman’s Contribution to Film
Thursday, September 17, 2020 Black Panther, the first Marvel movie with a Black superhero as the lead role, gave children everywhere the hope that they could become anything, despite any obstacles that stood in their way.
‘Homegrown’: An Insight Into the Evolution of Music
Saturday, September 5, 2020 Neil Young's recently released 1970s album emphasizes that the rock & roll of the past has evolved into the pop, hip hop, and R&B of today.
COVID-19 May Be the Final Nail in the Coffin of the Already Withering Cinema Industry
Saturday, September 5, 2020 The so-called "Death of the Theater" can be blamed in part on the convenient technologies of streaming platforms, but more recently on the pandemic preventing large groups from gathering at the cinema.
This Sucks: A Review of Netflix’s ‘The Kissing Booth 2’
Friday, September 4, 2020 The sequel to the 2018 high school rom-com, while difficult to watch, is also a symptom of Netflix's difficulty valuing meaningful content over mindless quantity.
BHS Unplugged: Tips for How to Stay Entertained Offline
Friday, September 4, 2020 “If all else fails, you can try looking around you and taking inspiration from whatever is presenting itself.”
‘The 24th’ Depicts the Familiar Struggles Between White Police and Black Soldiers 100 Years Ago
Friday, September 4, 2020 The film focuses on Corporal William Boston, a Black man grappling with his identity as well as the racism and harassment his soldiers face. Although the movie is set in 1917, the messages it sends are relevant today.