Aquaman‘s Important Contribution to Superhero Diversity

There is an alarming amount of hate on the Internet for Aquaman (2018). Luckily, I’m here to explain what the haters are missing. The latest installment in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) is a big departure from the too-serious films of Zack Snyder, the most recent being the ill-received Justice League (2017). Director James Wan,...

, and Trailer Takes: Men in Black: International, Under the Eiffel Tower, and The Upside

Men in Black: International : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QA4g17HtNY Dajour: I’ve never seen a Men in Black film in its entirety, which is something I hope to change in the future—just not starting with this film. It didn’t look like absolute trash to me, but something about it just seemed… rehashed. I got a been there, done that...

Some Rap Songs – Hope Amidst Grief

I listened to Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris (2013) for the first time during my junior year of high school. I had just moved from the coast of South Texas to Arizona. I was about two months into the school year and living in a bedroom with my younger brother, doing marching band in triple-digit weather four...

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<i>Aquaman</i>‘s Important Contribution to Superhero Diversity

Aquaman‘s Important Contribution to Superhero Diversity

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01/17/2019

There is an alarming amount of hate on the Internet for Aquaman (2018). Luckily, I’m here to explain what the haters are missing. The latest installment in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) is a big departure from the too-serious films of Zack Snyder, the most recent being the ill-received Justice League (2017). Director James Wan,…

Trailer Takes: <i>Men in Black: International</i>, <i>Under the Eiffel Tower</i>, and <i>The Upside</i>

Trailer Takes: Men in Black: International, Under the Eiffel Tower, and The Upside

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01/16/2019

Men in Black: International : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QA4g17HtNY Dajour: I’ve never seen a Men in Black film in its entirety, which is something I hope to change in the future—just not starting with this film. It didn’t look like absolute trash to me, but something about it just seemed… rehashed. I got a been there, done that…

<i>Some Rap Songs</i> – Hope Amidst Grief

Some Rap Songs – Hope Amidst Grief

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01/15/2019

I listened to Earl Sweatshirt’s Doris (2013) for the first time during my junior year of high school. I had just moved from the coast of South Texas to Arizona. I was about two months into the school year and living in a bedroom with my younger brother, doing marching band in triple-digit weather four…

The Weekly List: New Year, New Beginnings

The Weekly List: New Year, New Beginnings

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01/14/2019

Welcome back to another semester of questionable nutrition and inevitable all-nighters, Hoyas! You may have started off 2019 with deep self-reflection and a long list of resolutions or you may have decided to just wing it. Whatever the case, here’s a playlist for any and all new beginnings.   1. Sleeping at Last: “January White”…

10 Amazing Movies You Missed in 2018

10 Amazing Movies You Missed in 2018

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01/14/2019

As 2018 is now behind us and various year-end Top Ten lists roll out, I’d like to shine a spotlight on some of those great films that may have not been on your radar in the last year—movies that weren’t huge blockbusters, movies that weren’t featured on the Voice’s Top Ten list, movies that many…

Weekly Recap in College Basketball

Weekly Recap in College Basketball

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01/08/2019

With the new year in full swing, the pigskin no longer exercises a monopoly over sports discussion. After last night, when Clemson and Alabama met for the 500th time in a row in the College Football Playoff, intercollegiate athletics is centered on the hardwood. That’s right: you get to hear about Zion Williamson’s favorite anime,…

The Weekly List: Baila Conmigo (Part 4)!

The Weekly List: Baila Conmigo (Part 4)!

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01/08/2019

Semester two of the academic year: we call it the “spring” semester, but truth be told, this five-month life experience spans a variety of ~szns~. Here are the Latinx songs that are perfect for each.   1. Paty Cantú and Juhn: “#Natural” ~New Year’s resolutions szn~ It’s January, and your body is a temple. Sticking…


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