Michael Wu, Case Western Reserve University
The dance troupe has a more surprising backstory than its innocent posters suggest.
Grace Larson, Ripon College
A movie about a sexually predatory ‘sweet transvestite’ from planet Transexual has no place in modern society. Or does it?
Amanda Pfender, Gateway Technical College
Winter is here.
Michaela Shea-Gander, Denison University
Vampire humor never gets old.
Casey Breneman, University of Virginia
Theater enthusiasts, rejoice!
Ben Garcia, Hope International University
Forty years later, but just as good.
Rishi Patel, University of Iowa Communication Studies
Anyone with fond memories of Cody Martin, look away.
Brandon Sasserson, University of New Hampshire
They grow up so fast!
Dorielys Cruz, University of Texas at San Antonio
Representation is important, but so are plot and other screenwriting basics.
Anna Sutherland, American University
When cash is involved, child exploitation becomes very easy.
If you need coding help in a pinch, there’s an easy solution.
Get ready for one last ride with Hiccup and Toothless.
Sarah Diggins, Ithaca College
Grace John, Rutgers University
Come for the pops, stay for the tear-filled moments of beauty.
Scott Williamson, Florida Atlantic University
The once-iconic series is hardly recognizable today.
The plus-sized runner is breaking fitness norms one marathon (and ultramarathon) at a time.
Shannon Margineanu, St. Petersburg College
One Reagan to rule them all.
The Grishaverse awaits.
Megan Mehta, University of Illinois at Chicago
The multitalented Indian American was incorporating activism into his acting long before it was cool.
The YouTuber’s notorious channel is basically a tutorial for duping your loved ones.
Tatianna Salisbury, Northern Illinois University
As an actor, writer and producer, Green has quietly had a hand in some of the most iconic media of the 21st century.
Cristina Hernandez, UC San Diego
The Julianna Margulies-led drama is smarter, quicker and sexier than any other legal series on the air.
Emma Uk, Brookdale Community College
Apple and chill sounds oddly enticing.
Kelsey Rogers, Susquehanna University
Fingers crossed for Part 2.
Keely Cohen-Breen, SUNY Plattsburgh College
People are generally pretty trusting, unfortunately.
Hannah Cullen, St. Cloud State University
The new sci-fi series balances the fantastical and the dramatic with a rare finesse.
The 15-year-old phenom owes her celebrity as much to her haters as she does her fans.
Embrace your inner film snob.
What is it about King’s work that, despite several massive commercial flops, keeps directors coming back for more?
In the Academy’s 91-year history, of the 546 films nominated for best picture, only six have been horror movies.
Data exploitation is more widespread than ever before, but things are only getting worse.
According to its creators, this season will be the grossest one yet.
Bienvenidos a Las Encinas.
To stay ahead of the competition, the MCU needs to keep experimenting.
Indigo Holmes, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Put your best profile forward.
Britni Hones, Lindenwood University, Belleville
Like counting sheep, except it works.
Jocelyn Campos, University of Texas at San Antonio
Be prepared to pause while you try and stop laughing.
This week’s Sundance winners are next year’s Oscars.
Anushna Patel, University of California, Santa Barbara
I saw the best minds of my generation reciting poetry on a YouTube channel.
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.
Thomas Turner, University of Rhode Island
You know something is really stupid when YouTube has to get involved.
Kaitlyn Quinn, Seton Hall University
It’s ‘House Hunters International’ meets ‘The Bachelor.’
Which is the better game?
Allison Kestler, Augustana College
Finally, an adaptation that Rick Riordan fans can be proud of.
One key character is conspicuously missing from the newest trailer.
Candace Baker, University of Texas at Austin
Yes, much of our lives are driven by FOMO, but isn’t that better than materialism?
Anastasia Cottone, St. Bonaventure University
Peak cuffing season means peak Netflix content.
Michelle Dreyer, Southern New Hampshire University
God bless you, public domain.
Nicole Andrasko, University of Pittsburgh
Trust your recommended section on this one.
It’s definitely not a traditional game review, but that might be a good thing.
The film can be a little self-indulgent, but who cares?
Even a slight shift would be tectonic.
As far as weird, creative channels go, you’ll be hard-pressed to find one better than P.J. Liguori’s.
Sierra Zareck, Haverford College
And the future is bright.
Sarah Mease, Columbia College Chicago
They’ve done what everyone thought was impossible: teach millennials to cook (and not avocado toast).
The pressure is real.
And it makes for a very entertaining YouTube channel.
The Gamespot series is an illuminating glimpse into how much the industry has changed in the last decade.
One of the greatest love stories in modern media faces its biggest challenge yet: Broadway.
Dan Humphrey snapped.
Zachary Truesdale, University of Texas at San Antonio
Black people have come a long way in the horror genre.
He changes his face every day, but his fans weren’t so happy about his New Year’s transformation.
Whoever wins, this year is going to be very, very close.
Jenna Benchetrit, McGill University
Chloe Zhao’s breakthrough film captured the power of identity, both old and new, in times of pain.
The film version of David Levithan’s book is a pared-down, emotionally stunted misfire.
Good boys and good girls across the world have the internet to thank for soaring pet-adoption rates.
Daisy Orozco, Cal State University, Northridge
If I could stream ‘Kim Possible’ I’d never leave the house again.
Becca Blyn, Harvey Mudd College
Nostalgia conquers all.
Controllers at the ready.
All of the stress with only half the intrigue.
The complicated film is frustrating but refreshingly inventive.
The game has become deeply ingrained in youth culture, for better or worse.
‘I become you, and you become me,’ indeed.
Or, seven books you no longer have to read.
And considering Google is restricted in China, it’s doubly impressive.
Getting that elusive ‘job experience’ just got a little easier.
And it’s the perfect way to spend your winter break.
Cassie Rowett, Southern New Hampshire University
Trust me on this.
Variety is the spice of binge-watching.
Never rely on the dining hall again.
The numbers were good, but the film not so much.
Marianne Quijano, Texas A&M University
Alfonso Cuarón’s art-darling movie casts a light on how women endure and overcome suffering.
As the YouTube series prepares to release its eighth season, there’s never been a better time to tune in.
Chances are they were behind some of your favorite projects of the year.
It’s been a banner year for video games.
You’re not going to want to miss this one.
Lily Harrington, University of Georgia
The film installation offers an imaginative, eerie perspective on global warming.
His insane interviewing style has scored him sit-downs with everyone from Mikhail Gorbachev to Cardi B.
Paige Brauser, Connecticut College
New year, new books.
If you’re looking for personal-trainer results without a personal-trainer cost, these three women are a can’t-miss.
When Pete Davidson threatened suicide, was he being vulnerable or manipulative?
And looking very aristocratic in the process.
Sara Perkins, University of Indianapolis
The brilliant show is gearing up for its best release yet.
Katie Farrell, Queens University of Charlotte
The app and the eating disorder community have a long, troubled history together.
The reboot is full of nostalgia, but it lacks magic.
Would you have done your holiday shopping with a company called Cadabra?
The funniest of the year are here.
Lexi Anderson, Pratt Institute
Could it be another ‘Get Out’?
To celebrate, here are its six best fights.
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