Nina Dutta, Occidental College
Pawnee’s Parks and Recreation Department reminds viewers about the importance of laughter and supporting one another during quarantine.
The British singer remained mysterious and kept his fans engaged while he hinted at his music video drop.
While she plays a supporting role in the series, this working-class single mother combines tenderness and a strong moral center to anchor the show.
The band’s latest album is their first full-length in seven years, and depending on who you ask, it’s either a derivative retread or a much-need return to the sounds of the 2000s.
The musician’s latest release, ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters,’ fights against perfection but still gets a rare 10.0 review from the long-running music site.
They’re all over Instagram, making the practice fun and accessible to a whole new generation.
The down-to-earth yogi YouTuber makes sure to emotionally connect with her audience as she challenges them physically.
After an Instagram post sparked some serious political discussion — and considering all the pop icon has been through — she certainly deserves the title.
Staying home for the greater good — the social media platform has become the next Madison Square Garden.
Your body won’t always look ‘perfect’ and that’s okay.
Drawing parallels from the AIDS/HIV crisis, the U.S. government should be held accountable and push past stigmas and prejudices in order to stop the pandemic.
In response to the brutal slaying of a trans woman named Alexa, the singer used his Jimmy Fallon performance to stand in solidarity.
Autumn De Wilde’s film may not be entirely true to the book, but it still captures the essence of the author’s work.
Is it all just smoke and mirrors or is their something more beneficial to it?
Is there any better way to honor a critically acclaimed book than to turn it into a binge-worthy Hulu series?
The musician’s accessible tunes belie an artist bent on showcasing a real rock ‘n’ roll energy and confronting gender roles and heteronormativity.
Taking its cue from the #MeToo movement, the Netflix series follows one of its characters as she processes the trauma resulting from a sexual assault on public transportation.
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