While it may seem like a strike that has essentially brought the whole TV and film industry to a halt would be discouraging to those looking to enter the entertainment industry, this may not be the case.
Read More »While it may seem like a strike that has essentially brought the whole TV and film industry to a halt would be discouraging to those looking to enter the entertainment industry, this may not be the case.
Read More »The Scholastic Book Fair recently decided to implement a separate bookcase for books about diversity, which was created as an optional display for schools to open or close at the discretion of the educators. After the company faced scrutiny for this decision, it reversed this decision and removed the option.
Read More »Scorsese’s newest movie was, to say the least, a masterpiece, and to say the most, one of his best and most unique movies to date.
Read More »Imagine a single playlist that flows with your daily rhythm, customizing itself to match each mood. Spotify has made this a reality with “Daylist.”
Read More »Family, friends and students gathered in Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 20 to enjoy the combined voices of the College’s Choral Ensembles.
Read More »Her live audition in front of the judges, where she sang Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well,” has since been viewed over 500,000 times on YouTube.
Read More »Green's vocals soar with raw emotion, commanding attention, while the accompanying acoustic arrangement, adorned with the soulful strains of guitars and fiddles, creates something truly mesmerizing.
Read More »“Some of the songs I made with them two years is like, magical,” he said. “I feel like with this album you can just ride it through, top to bottom, one to 21.”
Read More »By Alyssa SerranoStaff WriterTroye Sivan returns to the music scene with his third album “Something To Give Each Other.” The album is 10 songs long ...
Read More »College Union Board has announced the performer for their annual fall concert: Swae Lee. The announcement was done via an Instagram post, after a series of cryptic and vague teasers were posted in the leadup to the announcement.
Read More »This Halloween season, turn your attention to these frightening outlets of media, all of which were based on true events that happened within New Jersey's state lines. No matter where you live in this state, one of these instances is bound to be within closer proximity to your hometown than you’d imagine.
Read More »It’s October, and suddenly all the skeletons are out of closets (physical ones–not metaphorical). They languish on porches and front steps, their plastic jaws unhinged as if surprised, their limp limbs dangling uselessly, eyeballs bulging in sockets that should be empty.
Read More »The horror movie genre, at least the western iteration of it, is a relatively new phenomenon. Due to this modernity, it has a noticeable history that one can chart. Despite this, the origins of the genre are not common knowledge. It is often in understanding of our roots, that we can gain a deeper appreciation for what is happening in the present.
Read More »With fall officially upon us and Halloween right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to embrace the spirit of the season.
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