Isabelle Juan, Truman State University
Seligman’s acclaimed debut takes the audience on a wild ride as the main character encounters more than she bargained for at a shiva service.
Although award shows still have a long way to go in recognizing women within the film industry, here are seven whose careers are currently opening the door for the next generation.
This poetry collection by francine j. harris is a challenging work that contends with race, society and loneliness.
The show’s charming characters and the emphasis it places on the importance of family are just a few reasons to tune in.
The American singer-songwriter’s most recent album perfectly encapsulates the continually escalating peak of her musical prowess.
The war drama tells the tale of a United Nations translator that lives through the Bosnian War and endures several hardships throughout.
While more BIPOC actors and producers are being recognized at the 93rd annual Academy Awards, there were many snubs during the nomination season.
While it can be frustrating for your mind to wander when trying to focus on a task, it can improve your long-term focus.
While this form of journaling may feel emotionally draining in the moment, it offers a wide range of mental and physical health benefits.
Chloé Zhao’s new film provides a refreshing take on the played-out trope of the protagonist hitting the road and coming to terms with their identity.
The Australian singer-songwriter’s debut movie left many with a sour taste in their mouths due to the inhumane treatment of its neuroatypical main character.
George Saunders’ book provides a guiding framework to aspiring writers by giving new life to classic Russian tales.
In the multifaceted artist’s new song, ‘Don’t Judge Me,’ she transforms her knowledge of oppression into something truly restorative for all audiences.
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