By Grace Donahue Why is society so attracted to relationships that start with two people who can’t stand the sight of each other? I include myself in this large, young, usually female audience, but I am truly curious as to why the “enemies to lovers” trope is so common across all forms of media. For […]

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by Grace Donahue As someone who is about 17 seasons late to “Grey’s Anatomy,” I never bothered to catch up with the rest of the world. However, as someone who adores oddball, workplace sitcoms of the mid-2000s, I had to watch “Scrubs.” “Scrubs” has easily become my comfort show in my first semester of college […]

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By Grace Donahue Amazon Prime’s “The Map of Tiny Perfect Things” totally flips the idea of a romantic comedy on its head. It’s something new and offers an interesting perspective on life, love and what defines being perfect. The movie opens up on warm-tinted suburbia, serving as the perfect backdrop to highlight how draining the […]

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