Maria Basileo, Central Connecticut State University
Emma Stone and Jonah Hill give enthusiastic, if unconvincing performances in a series haunted, in part, by its massive potential.
The video-only company lives and dies by social media traffic, which can easily get problematic.
The program commits people to keep their promises, which can be more powerful than you can imagine.
The celebrities of tomorrow will come from YouTube, unless the site screws it up.
Grab your grip tape and some tissues.
Only if you’re cool with a massive wait list, though.
The event is the world’s largest gift exchange, and lists Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert and Bill Gates as avid participants.
Imagine all the likes … err books you can get.
In recent weeks, the live streams have really just gotten completely out of control.
Talk about a good year.
Marja-Lewis Ryan’s film makes the despair of addiction into an arresting work of empathy.
Boot Riley’s new film runs the risk of becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The show explores the private conversations that occur in every intimate relationship.
In the modern era, an image is worth much more than a thousand words.
Its mission statement: To curate a daily dose of happy sh*t. Plain and simple.
When pushed to make a quick decision on your future, some have learned that clicking off one major can easily change.
Although traveling may seem luxurious and relaxing, traveling solo comes with its perks and unforeseen responsibilities.
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