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'Falling for Christmas' Review: A Christmas Catastrophe

“Christmas is the time for miracles,” says child actress Olivia Perez in Netflix’s new film “Falling for Christmas.” Unfortunately, it’s not Christmas, and there are no miracles that could have saved the film. “Falling for Christmas” also stars “Mean Girls” actress Lindsay Lohan, Chord Overstreet and George Young. While Netflix released the rom-com on Nov. 10, the film did not kindle any joy for the upcoming holiday season and only created nonsensical cliches, cringe-worthy subplots and terrible acting. 

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‘Archive 81’ review: A fantastic horror-thriller gone off the rails

Netflix recently released its newest original series, “Archive 81,” on Friday, Jan. 14. The show, directed by Rebecca Thomas, stars Dina Shihabi (Melody Pendras), an emotionally damaged undergrad student seeking answers to who she is, and Mamoudou Athie (Dan Turner), a mentally perturbed film restoration expert who receives an unexpected job offer. This horror-based thriller is as riveting as it is grotesque but sadly seems to unravel as the show progresses. 

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Kombucha girl visits the College for talk show with CUB

“Fear of failure? Get over it.” These were one of the first words spoken by Brittany Broski, better known as famous Tik Tok influencer Kombucha girl, during her talk show with CUB on Monday, Nov. 15 at 8:30 p.m. Everyone in the student center was treated to a bountiful amount of laughs and some “real talk”

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Photo: Before homecoming day, the CUB’s Coffeehouse let students perform in a welcoming environment (photo courtesy of Liz Osekavage/photo editor).
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Coffeehouse brings talented young artists out of the woodwork

At homecoming, a momentous time for students at the College, students enjoyed many festivities with friends and family members. CUB organized a sensational Coffeehouse Friday, Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. in the lounge of Traditions where everyone was serenaded by talented students with a variety of musical abilities. 

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