BTS- Map of the Soul: 7

BTS introduced me to the world of K-Pop and ever since then, I've fallen more in love with it. However, as I explored more music, I found myself distancing away from BTS. With their newest album…

1917

War epics have always held a special place in my heart, ranging from the classics of the 60’s like “The Great Escape,” “The Dirty Dozen” and “Von Ryan’s Express,” to modern epics like “Saving Private Ryan,” “Hacksaw Ridge” and “Dunkirk.” These two eras differ drastically…

Meghan Trainor: Treat Yourself

Meghan Trainor’s hit single “All About That Bass” took the world by storm way back in 2014. Since then, she has built upon her signature style of blending doo wop nostalgia with modern sounds with…

Ramen Review

Often, food reviews target restaurants with pricey or extensive menus. The former becomes irrelevant when a reader is a college student under a tight budget, while the latter only scratches the surface when a reviewer…

TV Show Review: The Witcher

As an avid fan of the “Witcher” series, both the books and the video games, I was a little skeptical about an adaptation into live-action. After watching Disney’s “The Lion King” and seeing what Hollywood did to “Cats,” I was afraid…

Movie Review: Bad Boys For Life

You may understand why going into “Bad Boys for Life,” I wanted to give it a fair chance. After all, Will Smith is a talented actor who deserves to be in good movies again. Considering that this film is the first movie…

“Titanic” Revisited

With Valentine’s Day approaching, we are often drawn to certain classic love stories such as “Romeo and Juliet,” “Casablanca” and of course the 1997 film “Titanic.” To this day, people still remember and revisit this film. The answer to why it has stayed relevant…

“The Notebook” Revisited

Often cited as one of the most romantic movies ever, “The Notebook,” based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel of the same name, is a classic that is revered amongst the hopeless romantics of today. A tale of love set in…