Sarah Brown, University of Florida
How the story of a boy and his magical dog stole the hearts of millions of viewers and made television history.
The pressure is real.
The film version of David Levithan’s book is a pared-down, emotionally stunted misfire.
Getting that elusive ‘job experience’ just got a little easier.
The reboot is full of nostalgia, but it lacks magic.
It’s going to be a banner year for graphic novels.
Growing up is, and has always been, rough.
A vaccine exists, but it’s only available to military personnel.
It’s the holiday season, Belcher style.
None of which involve studying.
Grande’s savvy branding has elevated her from musician to pop culture icon.
It’s time to step up or ship off.
The rapper’s untimely death has only given his music a renewed sense of poignancy.
They can’t reject everything, right?
Most of them involve drinking Natty Light.
Time to get your teenage angst on.
In the fight for women’s rights, the movement is the natural successor to #MeToo.
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