My Opinion on “P.S I Still Love You”

I was super late to the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” hype, only watching it after my roommates made me sit down and view it. I’m not one for rom-coms, but I absolutely loved it. I loved the Asian representation, and it was a great feel-good movie that actually had depth. I knew […]

Nonprofit of the Week: Equal Justice Initiative

Organization: Equal Justice Initiative Location: Montgomery, Alabama Mission: The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the U.S., challenging racial and economic injustice, and protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society. Regions of Service: The U.S. About the cause: The Equal Justice Initiative addresses […]

Style Spotlight: “The Craft”

I’m someone who is into a more “alternative” sense of fashion. Many of my influences come from either the music I’ve listened to or the movies and shows I’ve watched. They all inspired me to feel comfortable in whatever I wear. One of the films that has helped shape my style is “The Craft.” In […]

Venom and the Entertainment Factor

Critics have been quick this past week to criticize the new Sony film Venom. Reviewers have been gleeful about attacking the film with a sarcastic vigor that has made for some admittedly highly entertaining blurbs. One reviewer Rodriguez Perez from The Playlist wrote ““How Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, and Riz Ahmed read this piss-poor script […]

The Problematic Profits Behind Netflix’s Young Adult Content

  You’ve probably noticed an increase in the number of obnoxious teen romances under the “trending” section of your favorite streaming service’s homepage recently. The trailers feature similar patterns: narration from a misunderstood and ostracized high school student, an overwhelming amount of synth pop, a tone-deaf social commentary and some type of forced minority representation. […]