We live in a time where all genres of music from all over the world are, quite literally, at our fingertips. This month, I sorted through February’s best albums, top singles, and the complete flops, … [Read more...] about February in Music : Bops & Flops
A look into the rise of podcasts and how our generation consumes media. Let’s say you’re walking to the bus from class and you want to listen to something other than the album you’ve had on repeat. … [Read more...] about Are Podcasts The Future of Radio?
Lauren Duca is a fixture of current feminist journalism, probably best known for her viral article “Donald Trump is Gaslighting America,” or her Thigh High Politics column, which was published in Teen … [Read more...] about Starting a Revolution With Lauren Duca
I’m sick of arguing with men about The Killing Joke. These are nice men, men who treat women with kindness and respect. And they can’t understand why I have any objection to Alan Moore’s 1988 Batman … [Read more...] about Why It’s Time to Stop Celebrating The Killing Joke
The Savage x Fenty show during this year’s New York Fashion Week incorporated performances from popular music artists, such as Halsey and Big Sean, choreographed numbers with professional dancers, and … [Read more...] about Savage x Fenty Leads The Lingerie Industry Into A New Era
Prior to his lecture at Florida State University, “Gaming the Educational System: A Talk With A Game Developer,” I had the opportunity to speak to Ron Weaver, the developer in question. Weaver works … [Read more...] about Learning Through (Entertaining) Play: An Interview With Ron Weaver