Maybe the Bills aren’t that bad? And other thoughts from Week 3 of the NFL

It is Week 3, and the list of division leaders includes Miami, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati, and Chicago. The season is still young, but nobody could’ve foreseen this outcome with three weeks of football already in the books. But perhaps more shocking was the outcome of Bills vs. Vikings, which ended up being the biggest upset...

“Your Venice Bitch”: Lana Del Rey’s New Single Defiantly Continues Her Narrative

On September 12th, with little fanfare, Lana Del Rey released her new single “Mariners Apartment Complex”. The song is the first piece she’s released since her album Lust For Life (2017) and brings about a welcome change from some of her past musical eras. This new album cover stands in stark contrast to all of...

Following a Streak of Successful Rom-Coms, Netflix Gets Cocky and Falls Flat with Sierra Burgess is a Loser

WARNING: contains spoilers, sorry!! I’m going to be honest with you, I watched Sierra Burgess is a Loser (2018) purely to see my one true love, Noah Centineo. His performance in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018) truly moved me, and so I counted the days until I could see his brooding, yet...


Trailer Takes: <i>The Other Side of the Wind, First Man,</i> and<i> Slice </i>

Trailer Takes: The Other Side of the Wind, First Man, and Slice

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The Other Side of the Wind —   Brynne:  The chaos of this trailer seems to reflect the erratic career of J.J. Hannaford (Jake Huston), a fictitious film director likely in some ways molded in the image of Orson Welles himself. Welles’ complicated life and career are sadly often forgotten beyond the confines of…

Unshelved: Assault and Vengeance in <i>The Round House</i>

Unshelved: Assault and Vengeance in The Round House


Stories of sexual assault are incredibly difficult to tell. This book, and my column, simply try to do so. Also, I acknowledge that different Native communities prefer different identifying terms (“Native American,”  “Indian,” “American Indian,” etc) For the purposes of continuity in this column, I will use “Native American” and “Native.” Louise Erdrich’s novel, The…

The Weekly List: Happy Birthday Beyoncé

The Weekly List: Happy Birthday Beyoncé


On September 4th, 1981, a queen was born. Perhaps the most iconic artist working today, Beyoncé has managed to continuously dominate the charts, selling over 100 million records worldwide, winning a total of 22 Grammy awards, not to mention countless other accolades. I grew up listening to Beyoncé and she has remained my favorite artist…

The <i>Justice League</i> Review

The Justice League Review


Alright, sit down, shut up and buckle in. We’re going into this thing together and we’re either going to make it out the same way or die in the middle of this review. Here’s the gist: in 2017, the actual literal weasels that run Warner Bros. Pictures found a cursed VHS in an Ark of…

Arsenal fans should relax, for now

Arsenal fans should relax, for now


Arsenal never lost its opening two matches of the Premier League under Arsene Wenger. Yet at the end of Matchday 2 in England’s top flight, former PSG manager Unai Emery has done so. I won’t say that Emery isn’t at fault for some of the decisions he made, because he was: the obvious mistake was…

MLB Contenders and Pretenders

MLB Contenders and Pretenders


As the second half rolls on, the postseason push of the Major League Baseball season begins to heat up. In the dog days of August, we start to see who will remain when fall comes around, and who will fade out of the playoff chase. In other words, it becomes more clear who are the…

La verdad sobre <i>F.A.M.E.</i>

La verdad sobre F.A.M.E.


Una y otra vez, los artistas nos dicen que la fama no es lo que parece ser. En su álbum más nuevo, Maluma comparte el mismo mensaje con un toque nuevo. F.A.M.E. significa fé, alma, música y esencia. El álbum revela a la “persona que está detrás del artista” y cuenta con los éxitos de…

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