Kelsi Karpinski, Michigan State University
In this artist’s fourth concept album, they take back ownership of their body as both sexual and ‘a gift to [their] child.’
Does advocating for socialism require completely removing oneself from capitalism and personal purchases?
A trailer can either set up a film for success … or cause its downfall before it is even released.
Society tells us that the most beautiful art is born out of suffering — a potentially life-threatening lie.
Or are they just thrillers? Either way, the success of these films is undeniable.
From atmospheric soundscapes to carefully crafted storylines, playlists are becoming a new art form.
In male-centered media, no woman is safe from becoming the next sacrifice in the name of plot progression.
The reality show has had a scandalous history, but its latest season reflects a ‘new era’ of combating racism, misogyny and homophobia in its casting.
The book ‘Talking to Strangers’ explores the logical fallacies people fall into when interacting with others, and their detrimental effects are exemplified in popular media.
Marvel’s cinema franchise confirming this character’s sexual identity demonstrates the importance of increasing diversity and representation in popular media.
Teenage detective Stevie Bell returns in Maureen Johnson’s latest young adult murder mystery, which brings a newly diverse voice its classic predecessors lacked.
The latest installment to the iconic horror franchise attempts to distinguish itself from its predecessors — but may fail to hit the mark.
The band’s latest album might attempt to follow up on the stories started with past projects, but to many fans’ dismay, it certainly doesn’t sound like them.
This Disney star and up-and-coming musician has become an inspiration with the release of her debut album, which explores anger, jealousy and heartbreak in a variety of genres.
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