Review: Premiere sets up sixth season of ‘Game of Thrones’

ORE OBIWUMI Entertainment Editor April 24 was an exciting day for all fans of the popular HBO series “Game of Thrones.” After nearly a year of awaiting the sixth season of the show, fans all over the world waited impatiently for...

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Music review: Nick Jonas’ ‘Close’ is a ‘true representation of every relationship’

  JENNIFER DRURY STAFF WRITER It is pretty clear at this point that Nick is everyone’s favorite Jonas Brother, at least when it comes to being a solo music artist. About a month ago, Nick Jonas announced that he would be blessing us...

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Review: Another mixed-bag superhero flick in ‘Batman v Superman’

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Going head-to-head with an opponent is typically an event that tends to bring a crowd. Whether it’s a childish schoolyard fight or the ultimate battle between good and evil, showdowns like these will stir up an audience. The same...

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Review: ‘Gaycation’ is a beacon of awareness about the LGBTQ community

JANIQUE BALTIMORE Contributor In February, Vice Media launched its first ever television network, Viceland, in Canada and the United States. This was my very first introduction to the company, even though it started out as a Canadian magazine in 1994. Viceland mainly...

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Opinion: TV shows need to stop constantly killing LGBT characters

CHRISTI PEACE Senior Editor I was disappointed yet not entirely surprised by the ending of last week’s episode of “The 100.” A show that I had previously viewed as progressive made use of a trope that is both pointless and harmful...

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Movie review: ‘Deadpool’ impresses audiences with its raw humor and the destruction of the fourth wall

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief There are as many trends in films and movies as there are in fashion; what’s “out” one year is “in” the next. We’ve gone through our vampire obsession that began with “Twilight” and lasted until it...

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Music review: ‘The Feeling’ is addictive and haunting

JENNIFER DRURY STAFF WRITER Justin Bieber is back on the scene with his new album, “Purpose.” In just its first month, it has already made its way to the number one spot on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums. “The...

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‘True Love Never’ messed with my head quite like ‘Empire’ did

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief Guilty pleasures are pretty commonplace in society, when giving into temptation probably isn’t the best idea, but you just can’t help it. From a young age, a guilty pleasure of mine that’s developed over time is...

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Review: Damon is charming in Ridley Scott’s ‘The Martian’

KRISTEN ORDONEZ Editor-in-Chief It has been slightly over a month since “The Martian” was first shown in theaters on Oct. 2, but for those of us just getting the chance to see the film, the movie is still giving...

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Review: Halsey’s ‘New Americana’ leads a music revolution

JENNIFER DRURY Contributor It seems that today’s pop radio is filled with electronic beats, auto-tuned voices and cookie-cutter lyrics. A lot of the lyrics in songs have been devoid of meaning, and the lyrics that have meaning are overlooked...

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