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Shows from other countries and cultures like squid Game have helped students feel a sense of belonging.

Students find value in proper film representation beyond stereotypes

Rebecca LaBarge January 14, 2022

In recent years, the popularity of shows and movies from places around the world, such as anime and K-dramas, has been at an all time high. According to CNET, since its release, people have watched more...

Luca is a vibrant film that evokes the emotions of many viewers.

Summer of 2021 offered a vast array of movies and shows for all viewers to enjoy

KennedyRose Stiver September 14, 2021

While August and September represent the beginning of a new school year, some see these months as the conclusion of summer. To reflect on these summer months, readers can still enjoy the entertainment...

OPINION: Trigger warnings cause more damage than help

Nathaniel Hekster February 19, 2021

As it becomes increasingly easier to find content of all kinds on the internet, many argue for the importance of trigger or content warnings to ensure that viewers are staying safe online. Content...

OPINION: Villain redemption arcs in fiction are tired and often poorly executed

OPINION: Villain redemption arcs in fiction are tired and often poorly executed

Stefan Pantic February 19, 2021

Redeeming or giving redemption arcs to villains has been a fairly common trope in writing recently. While as a concept this can be an interesting way to flesh out antagonistic characters and make them...

Students notice the screen time for Black human characters is disproportionate compared to white human characters.

A&E: Students recognize dehumanization of Black characters in Disney animated movies

Emily Harvie February 19, 2021

Beginning with the release of Disney’s “The Princess and the Frog” in 2009 and the 2020 film release of “Soul,” some have noticed a pattern of dehumanizing Black characters in animated films....

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