Shiloh McKinnon, Reed College
Understanding how they differ from censorship is key to understanding why we need them.
Or, how I marathoned thirteen seasons of a show based on a video game I’ve never played.
Many shows now expect their viewers to have a mental catalogue of iconic references, but what if you don’t?
Four easy ideas that bring neighbors together, something you’ll be glad you have when finals/moving season comes around.
There will likely be some family reunions, though not all of them will be heartwarming.
Even though you loved them as a kid, you’ll like them even more now.
If critics were upset because the film failed to live up to their expectations, it was because they set the wrong expectations.
Users are dedicated to the site because it offers something that other social media can’t.
Character acting, improv and ridiculing outsiders? Check, check and check.
By targeting a tech-savvy demographic and capitalizing on social media acclaim, the app introduced a new type of gaming phenomenon overnight.
Recently released on Netflix, the anime reboot has hints of “Avatar,” but riffs on more complex themes.
The 8th installment of the story, a play premiering soon in London, has drawn ire from fans internationally. As it should have.
For a Young Adult book, Foucauldian themes make an alarming number of appearances.
An influencer of ivory tower education and internet flame wars, Socratic skepticism can play an inflammatory role in the age of information.
For a superhero movie, ‘Captain America’ raises some complicated questions about personal responsibility.
Making Captain America a Nazi not only tacitly encourages real world anti-Semitism, it spits in the face of the comic’s Jewish ancestry.
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