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‘Oppenheimer’: A Thrilling and Tragic Biopic

Vaishnavi Kodali, Staff Writer September 14, 2023

This review contains spoilers, mentions of explicit content, and mentions of suicide.   Come on, Barbie, let's go party! Oh, wait, wrong movie. Sorry, I watched way too many movies this summer. I’m...

‘INTENTION’ Album Review 

‘INTENTION’ Album Review 

Evan Markowitz, Guest Contributor March 9, 2023

(Photo from Spotify) "It has been a minute, but we are back": this time, with a review of George Watsky's new album "INTENTION." The third and final installment of what the slam-poet-turned-musician...

Going out with GDS 

Going out with GDS 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor February 28, 2023

Picture your perfect Valentine’s Day dinner. Maybe there are candles on the pristine white tablecloth, and a chocolate fountain gurgling merrily in the background. The chef brings out a dish and whips...

‘The Menu’ Is Hard to Swallow. You’ll Enjoy Every Bite. 

‘The Menu’ Is Hard to Swallow. You’ll Enjoy Every Bite. 

Najee Manning, Senior Staff Writer February 28, 2023

(Photo from IMDB) This review contains spoilers.  One film that appeared to slip through the cracks of public recognition is the 2022 drama film “The Menu.” It stars an A-list cast, including...

SZA’s ‘SOS’ Is More Than a Cry for Help 

SZA’s ‘SOS’ Is More Than a Cry for Help 

Najee Manning, Senior Staff Writer February 20, 2023

(Photo from Spotify) Have you ever wanted to express exactly how you felt, regardless of how controversial your feelings were, or judgment from the people around you? Just to let it all out?   This...

Books by Colleen Hoover: The Bad, the Terrible, and Everything in Between 

Books by Colleen Hoover: The Bad, the Terrible, and Everything in Between 

Areej Qamar, Executive Editor February 20, 2023

(Photo from Goodreads) This article contains spoilers and mentions of murder and sexual violence.   Despite the very real and imminent danger of angry Colleen Hoover fans beating down my door,...

M3GAN Review: The Murderous American Girl Doll 

‘M3GAN’ Review: The Murderous American Girl Doll 

Shreyal Sharma, Business Manager February 7, 2023

This review contains spoilers.  This film deals with grief and its repercussions; when eight-year-old Cady faces the sudden loss of both her parents, she develops depression. Gemma, a roboticist...

Rating Media I Consumed on a 16-Hour Flight 

Rating Media I Consumed on a 16-Hour Flight 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor January 31, 2023

(Photo from IMDB) This article contains spoilers. Content warnings: mentions of death, self-harm, and terminal illness.  There aren’t many feelings like the sensation of clicking your...

True Stories From Newark 

True Stories From Newark 

Paridhi Bhardwaj, Staff Writer January 31, 2023

Content warnings: mentions of death, self-harm, and terminal illness.  We live in scary times; whenever one watches or reads the news, at least one headline is always about some sort of crime,...

Entertainment Highlights in the Brand-New Year 

Entertainment Highlights in the Brand-New Year 

Paridhi Bhardwaj, Staff Writer January 31, 2023

Welcome to 2020, season 3.   COVID-19 is back in a new avatar. In New Jersey, the seven-day average for confirmed positive tests is 2,184 to date, up 8% from the last week of December 2022...

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Is a Mixed Bag 

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Is a Mixed Bag 

Aaron Dimaya, Staff Writer December 30, 2022

This review contains spoilers.  Everyone remembers the release of “Black Panther” in 2018, especially the cultural sensation it became as one of the first superhero films with a mostly Black...

‘Knives Out’: Ironically, the Perfect Thanksgiving Film 

‘Knives Out’: Ironically, the Perfect Thanksgiving Film 

Najee Manning, Senior Staff Writer December 1, 2022

(Photo from IMDb) When asked for the best film to watch at a Thanksgiving family reunion, many would respond with something family-friendly, bright, and simple. However, director Rian Johnson’s 2019...

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