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Hulu/Spotify

On Sept. 7, Spotify and Hulu changed the streaming business. They announced that students who use Spotify Premium would also be able to watch Hulu. Spotify already presented a sweet deal by allowing students who are in college to pay a discounted price of $4.99 a month for a subscription of the premium service. Now […]

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New “Bojack Horseman” fourth season delves deep

Regina McCullough Contributing Writer Raphael Bob-Waksberg is largely considered the man behind what has been described as one of the most poignant “meditations on depression and self-improvement” by The Verge. His Netflix show, “Bojack Horseman,” has been discussed in publications from Buzzfeed to The New York Times. Everything written about the show seems to be […]

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Dreamlike return of “Twin Peaks” poses unanswerable questions

Chris Fried Contributing Writer “Twin Peaks: The Return” is one of the best, most ambitious shows to have aired on television. The first two seasons of the show broke conventions in the 90s and forged a new path for serialized series. As this third season neared, premiering nearly 26 years after the previous season’s finale, […]

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Humanity not ready for “Boss Baby” masterpiece

Andre Baronov-Torres Digital Editor From the days of the Euthyphro to the modern poem, dialogue has expressed the inner-workings of man’s nature and the human condition. Never has humanity so blighted itself as to gloss over such a work as Dreamworks’ soon-to-be-classic “Boss Baby” (2017). Its intertextual references to such anthologies such as “Metamorphoses” and […]

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Netflix underwhelms with adaptation of “Death Note”

Katie Randazzo Contributing Writer Content Warning: This film contains instances of graphic violence and suicide. Netflix’s adaptation of the smash-hit comic series, “Death Note” (2017) (dir. Adam Wingard), is tonally a mash-up between “Final Destination” and every single “edgy” teen movie you’ve ever seen. “Death Note” follows Light Turner (Nat Wolff), a nerdy Seattle high […]

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Cuffing Season

It’s here! And some have been on the hunt for that “winter beau” since the summer. The term basically refers to your standard singleton who suddenly finds themselves desiring to be in a relationship rather than being reminded of their loneliness in subzero temperatures. How do you find this winter buddy you ask? No idea. […]

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