Megan Garcia, Arizona State University
In its nearly 20-year run, ABC’s reality dating show again falls short on Asian American representation in its upcoming summer season.
Lauren Sung, University of Georgia
In the wake of the dissatisfying ending to CBC’s popular television sitcom, actors are speaking out about their poor experience on the show and fans are grappling with the controversy.
Isabelle Juan, Truman State University
Using the lens of the Korean American experience, this essay collection presents a fiery look at the subtle ways that white supremacy manifests itself.
Laura Song, Biola University
Set in an unfortunate future, this novel tells of war, family and the need to find something to believe in.
Sarah Gudenau, Oakland University
While the show has approached many serious themes throughout its six seasons, it hasn’t always addressed them properly.
Mitchell Tanaka, Chapman University
The actor and the former presidential candidate’s responses to COVID-19-era xenophobia echo a long history of the ‘assimilation versus integration’ debate.
Far more than just a space show, the sci-fi franchise continues to explore complex moral topics from a wide variety of perspectives.
Chris Dang, University of California, Riverside
New Spider-Men? New villains? There’s loads of potential in the upcoming follow-up to the web-slinger’s 2018 smash hit.
Angel Lin, University of California, Santa Barbara
You might think the Netflix original just provides a twist on the love triangle trope, but you don’t know the half of it.
Blair Krassen, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia
While the series might not necessarily stay true to the memoir it’s based on, it continues to grow stronger with age.
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