Xochitl Menjivar, San Francisco State University
Through a mix of art and technology, engineers for the theme parks create experiences that truly are magical.
After a three-year hiatus, the cast of the fan-favorite spooky holiday movie is returning to perform their iconic roles in person.
Michelle Buckley, Chapman University
Disney’s new annual pass program, offers fans and original passholders a flexible, safe and exciting return to the parks.
Briana Byus, Biola University
The theme park company made bold choices during COVID-19. Could they be in the process of creating an entirely new kind of ticket?
Alexandra Cortez, Trinity University
The rides you grew up enjoying may not be the childhood rides of future guests, but if anything, it’s a positive indicator for the direction of the major entertainment company.
Abigail Adeleke, University of Miami
Often recognized as problematic due to racial stereotypes, the classic theme park attraction will soon honor the 2009 animated film that featured the first Black Disney princess.
Kristin Auld, St John’s University
The popular YouTube channel goes into the history of some of the most iconic, no longer functioning amusement park attractions.
Becca Blyn, Harvey Mudd College
To reduce crowding, the theme park has again raised its prices, but the tactic is ineffectual and making the park exclusive.
Devon Hodge, Western Washington University
If you live in the PNW and are looking for roller coasters, water parks or themed attractions, here’s where to go.
August Pritchett, Armstrong State University
The theme park is actually raising its prices as a favor to its patrons. Sounds hard to believe, right?
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