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Canceling Homophobia Through Unabashed Gayness

by Samantha Heath, Copy Editor April 13, 2022

While a rise in representation when it comes to seeing the LGBTQ community on screen is at an all-time high in the United States, such representation is rarely found in Asian media. However, more and more...

‘Further Joy’ Review: Taking Punk Out of Pop Punk Sound

by Claire Tweedie April 12, 2022

The release of their third studio album, “Further Joy,” officially set the stage for a maturing in The Regrettes characteristic garage punk rock sound toward a slightly more saccharine sweet pop...

‘Moon Knight’ Review: Promising Start With Mutual Confusion

by Claire Tweedie April 1, 2022

In the next round of star-studded superhero shows released on Disney+, “Moon Knight” takes a different approach to these highly anticipated stories by introducing an entirely new character to the...

The Batman: Embracing Influence Without Sacrificing Authenticity

by Aziz Syed, Reporter March 19, 2022

Matt Reeves’ take on Batman is entirely unique and stands out from the eight live-action Batman films that precede it by introducing a dark, rough and gritty narrative that mimics the most recognized...

“The Gay Agenda:” Netflix’s spin on the LGBTQ experience

by Abby Nguyen, Creative Director January 18, 2022

“The Gay Agenda.” When one hears this term, there are often negative connotations attached to the phrase because of the homophobic way it was used in the past to describe the efforts to advance LGBTQ...

Best Albums of 2021: Rishi’s Top 10 Picks

by Rishi Mallela, Sports Editor January 5, 2022

Amidst the many ups and downs of 2021, top artists continue to provide for their fans, releasing new albums from varying genres. From pop artists like Taylor Swift and Olivia Rodrigo to hip-hop artists...

“Monsta X: The Dreaming” Documentary

by Samantha Heath, Copy Editor December 10, 2021

Branching out into the western music industry for the second time since the release of their first studio English album “All About Luv,” k-pop band Monsta X released their brand-new documentary “Monsta...

Spooky Stickers

by Kayla Vu, Reporter October 19, 2021

‘Scenes From a Marriage’: Chemistry, Cinematography At It’s Finest

by Claire Tweedie September 15, 2021

Based on the 1973 Swedish miniseries of the same name, Hagai Levi’s remake of “Scenes From a Marriage” starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain follows a deteriorating marriage over multiple...

‘The Card Counter’: Cinema’s Newest Bad Beat

by Claire Tweedie September 14, 2021

Minimal marketing combined with the duality of glowing reviews from critics and negative reviews from audience members sets the stage for “The Card Counter'' as an ultimately lackluster and confusing...

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