By Jordan Coughlin, Rowan University
The hot new health fad, which calls for abstaining from food for long periods and then gorging yourself briefly, is almost brutal in its simplicity.
For a series based on ten seasons of comically bashing terrible movies, the show feels remarkably fresh.
The adaptation to a 2D side scroller that we never knew we wanted, or just don’t want?
The heartwarming film shakes up a trope-laden genre by presenting flawed characters, realistic emotions and a complicated world.
No supplements, hippie grocers or crazy diet plans required!
The Emory student, who’s double-majoring in Viola and Chinese and pursuing a PhD in Ethnomusicology, was the first non-Chinese student to play in the Peking University Orchestra.
The anime’s peculiar premise gives it an almost limitless capacity for introducing new storylines and characters.
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