Emily Jewett, University of San Diego
The original show creators have departed from the Netflix live-action remake, leading fans to speculate on what changes the media company wanted.
‘TikTok’s worst dating coach’ offers a weak rebuttal to valid criticism of his misogynist views, demonstrating YouTube’s misunderstanding of what actually constitutes bullying.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s collab isn’t as scandalous as the internet wants you to believe.
The franchise seemingly glorifies romances and friendships that are characterized by unhealthy communication and dramatics.
The online discourse about the former ‘High School Musical’ star’s ‘dad bod’ shows that our society has created unhealthy and unrealistic standards for men as well.
The open letter against ‘cancel culture’ was mostly signed by people with enormous influence — those who least need to worry about ‘cancellation.’
The YouTuber’s untimely death opens conversations on racial disparities in health care, especially as it relates to maternal mortality.
TV programs about law enforcement ultimately function as propaganda that hides the ugly truths of American policing and justice
The allegations of sexual misconduct against the popular comedian brings up the question yet again: What makes standup such a toxic space?
Some people question if the genre can truly be ethical, but the two hosts of this show are doing their best.
Julie Berry mixes the gods of Ancient Greece with romance and World War I, all in a novel that portrays the violence of white supremacy.
Brides and grooms nationwide are finding their big days seriously affected by the pandemic.
In light of nationwide protest against systemic racism, this Pride Month should center the nonwhite and non-cisgender people that kicked off the fight for queer liberation.
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