Jenna Nelson, Scripps College
Korean pop groups are everywhere, but they wouldn’t dominate as much as they do without the hard work of the people who design their dance moves.
These viral sensations are repetitive, making their popularity over more creative works frustrating.
The award-winning American singer has brought attention to his innate musical talent, making him a topic of conversation among musicians on YouTube.
In this age of social justice, fans and players of the hit game have made active changes for a more diverse dungeoning experience.
The beloved heist show has finally been revived and doesn’t disappoint with its character growth and incredible cons.
As the podcast approaches its 300th episode, it remains relevant due to its hosts’ emotional openness, trademark humor and fan connections.
Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ prompted other films to attempt the same powerful social commentary, with a few resulting duds.
Among the stress of the last year and a half, one thing has slipped the mind of the student population: habitual slouching.
The Brooklyn-based performer first showed his narrative power in ‘The Good and the Bad,’ and his most recent album is no different.
Every summer, thousands of dancers travel to national competitions and capture the attention of thousands more.
While many competition series capitalize on stressful situations, Alex Horne’s does the opposite, allowing for casual, hilarious viewing.
The Duggars entered the public eye in 2008 through the reality TV show ’19 Kids and Counting’ and were loved by thousands, but resurfacing controversies led to the family’s downfall.
As generations go on, young people act older and older — a phenomenon known as ‘Kids Getting Older Younger.’ Today, influencers dictate this ongoing process.
This story of sylvan sleuths told by CollegeHumor alumni appeals to both Dungeons and Dragons fans and whodunit fans by creatively blending the two.
These performers have made countless contributions to the dance community and offer representation to queer audiences everywhere.
The Bermudan TikToker’s recreations of historical recipes artfully connect past events to culinary trends of these past eras.
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