By Liam Grogan Lets face it: Hulu has never been anyone’s first choice. Next to the bangin’ originals offered by streaming services Netflix, HBO and Disney Plus, Hulu kinda feels like the weird cousin just hanging out at this point. But, thanks to that crazy Spotify deal — where students pay $5 per month for […]

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By Katherine Wright  In the digital age, short attention spans, constant distractions and easy access to all forms of entertainment create the perfect storm for procrastination.  With midterms and spring break in the next two weeks, productivity is crucial at this time of the semester. However, productivity is no easy feat and is often accompanied […]

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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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  Galentine’s Day, what’s that?   “Oh, it’s only the best day of the year. Every February 13th, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we just come and kick it, breakfast-style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It’s like Lilith Fair, minus the angst. Plus frittatas.” — Leslie Knope, “Parks […]

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1. Become the first person to ever live on an Amtrak train. I mean, hey, he is Amtrak Joe, right? It only seems appropriate that he should be the person to reside on an Amtrak. Think of the possibilities. Biden, riding the rails, cutting a path across the American Heartland, possibly coining the phrase “housetrain.” […]

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In a world where celebrities are everywhere, from social media to new movies to TV shows with new episodes every week, the average human being cannot help but notice a few extremely familiar faces in pop culture. From subtle similarities to full-on doppelgangers, there are some celebrities that I constantly mistake for one another, and […]

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1. Charlie Brown (“The Peanuts”) Charlie Brown didn’t go back and teach us about the Constitution for us to not use our constitutional right to vote. We also didn’t spend all those years rewatching “The Birth of the Constitution: This is America Charlie Brown” for nothing, either. Charlie and his friends would have been tremendously […]

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It’s been two months since we were blessed with the release of “Stranger Things,” the ‘80s pop culture throwback we never knew we needed. Yet people can’t stop talking about the show and its wonderful characters, especially the four main children on the show. I mean, who isn’t completely in awe of Eleven? She brought […]

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Mindy Kaling, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Jenny Slate, Amy Schumer and so on are comedians. No, that sentence is not complete — at least, not without the word “feminist.” These prominent, successful women are no longer just comedians. They are now a part of their own sub-genre of comedy. In TV and […]

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