By Aasha Amber Bhatnagar It’s safe to say, I’m a huge Disney fanatic. So, naturally, I subscribed to Disney+ the day it was released. For those of you who don’t know, Disney+ is Disney’s new online streaming service that has nearly every single Disney movie and show for you to binge for hours on end […]

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By Dylan Hubert If you were watching television in the 2000s, odds are you saw a little girl with pig-tails popping and locking with some absolutely hectic breakdancing on your screen. That little girl was Alyson Stoner. She got her big break as a dancer and rapper Missy Elliot’s music video for the hit song […]

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By Dylan Hubert When one hears the name Randy Newman, they probably think about all of their favorite movies (or their kids’ favorite movies) full of songs composed by Newman, himself. Coming from a family full of composers, naturally, Newman fell into the business as well.  What makes Newman such an elite icon in the […]

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By Dylan Hubert Let’s be honest here; Daniel Radcliffe is and always will be Harry Potter. That is the kind of trascendental role that, no matter how badly he wants or tries to escape, he simply never will. With that being said, however, there is much more to the man than just his past of […]

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By Katrina Liu “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” is a show by the same creators as beloved sitcoms “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation” and “The Good Place.” With its seventh season premiering early next year, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” is a masterpiece in every way possible.  One of the reasons of this show’s mastery is because of the protagonist Jake […]

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By Dylan Hubert When you think about about the ultimate mother, you probably think about someone who is loving and is always there for you — basically a person who knows you like no other. You may have been thinking about your own mother. But let me ask you, did the image of this person […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis In a Scandinavian history course I took freshman year, we learned about one of archaeology’s biggest blunders: The Kensington Runestone.  In Minnesota, a 202-pound chunk of stone was “discovered” in 1898 by a Swedish farmer who claimed it was covered in 14th century runic text. Widely accepted in the community as an […]

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By Andrew Harwood Comedy itself is specific, but when it comes to film, it’s a little more vague. Sure, it’s a genre, but it is so much more than that. For the next two weeks, comedy will be the focus for Cinephilia.  For this blog series, I’m splitting comedies into three separate categories: the romantic […]

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By Dylan Hubert It was silent in the room, until I heard my phone vibrate. It was a text from my friend, Jackson. The text message simply read “T-Pain is just super chill.” Sure, this text caught me off-guard, but alas, Jackson was right. T-Pain is one of the most chill people that I can […]

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