Emilia Chavez, Rice University
The film finds its school administrator protagonists making small moral compromises until it explodes in a big way.
With more people opting for off-campus housing this semester, this list should help those who are making food on their own for the first time.
Although America is dealing with unprecedented times, the 2020 election still has echoes of the 2008 Obama/McCain race.
This Netflix series captures the intersection of mental health and athletics.
In her new book, Brit Bennett dissects extremely relevant issues with memorable characters and excellent storytelling.
Armando Ianucci’s new comedic sci-fi series, featuring Hugh Laurie, Zach Woods and Rebecca Front, seems eerily similar to the current political climate in the U.S.
This new HBO documentary exposes the terrifying vulnerabilities in the American voting system that cannot be ignored in 2020.
Check out Politico’s podcast to hear diverse and empowering messages from women in business and politics.
This overlooked comedy from 2016 seems to have predicted the political and public health disasters of 2020.
Amy Poehler, Hope Jahren and James Comey reveal that although success seems bright and shiny from the outside, the journey there is often bumpy.
In light of the chaos coming out of Washington D.C. today, this book is the perfect read to cure your woes.
Visit Paris, Machu Picchu and the International Space Station — no physical travel required.
The best Starfleet captain is back, but the franchise’s futuristic techno-utopia is a little more complicated now.
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