Eva Halvax, University of Arizona
When the actress made $2 million in her first week on the platform, she unwittingly harmed the livelihoods of the smaller creators on the subscription service.
This documentary explores the globalization of hip-hop and the history that is integral to the genre’s aesthetics.
The new single captures the reality of pandemic social limitations while staying true to the heart of summer romance.
As we adjust to a society in flux, so do our minds when we sleep.
Hidden behind the memes is a show that embodied the racism, homophobia and transphobia of fashion and reality TV, and both audiences and former cast members are pushing back.
The EP channels anxieties toward a bleak reality, employing the upbeat nature of indie-pop alongside feelings of loss, emptiness and the desire to escape.
The musician pairs the melancholy with the joyful aspects of life, creating a balance of carefree nostalgia.
Michaela Coel’s comedy-drama series balances the gray areas of sexual violence through an evocative and semi-fictional depiction of adulthood.
Cryptic terms and complicated processes can obscure how power is actually exercised in this country, and make politics inaccessible to the public.
Our current climate crisis is intertwined with white supremacy and colonialism, and any movement to save the planet must take that into account.
Sending letters through the mail provides a more physical connection than messages over digital platforms.
Whether it’s to prevent the spread of COVID-19 or showing solidarity at a demonstration, donning the protective gear points toward an impulse to think of the greater good.
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