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YouTuber Daz Black adds flavor to the life of his viewers

Elena Morey A&E Editor Since the conception of YouTube, various individuals have gained substantial fame and influence using the platform to launch a career. From YouTubers whose names are known worldwide, to those who have a small but loyal following, YouTuber Daz Black is somewhere in the middle. He rose to fame around 2017, despite […]

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Tyler the Creator redefines masculinity

Kamal Morgan Contributing writer Vulnerability is the least desired act that any individual wants imposed on their bodies. Black male vulnerability is a double-edged sword of susceptibility to the will of others and the inability to express themselves out of the context of being a man without immediate backlash. Last week, Tyler the Creator released […]

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Look behind the scenes at Freedlander Theatre

Megan Tuennerman A&E Editor It is a Thursday night, you have your homework done and you look for something to do. You look at the weekly schedule and see there is a show going on in Freedlander Theatre! You head on over and watch your peers become new people onstage. They make it seem so […]

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“It: Chapter Two” does not live up to expectations

Colin Tobin Contributing Writer “It: Chapter Two” is the sequel to the highly successful “It” film and is once again directed by Andy Muschietti. The film stars Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader and Bill Skarsgård. “It” picks up 27 years after the events of the first film as the Losers Club return to their […]

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“Four Weddings and a Funeral”: Movie to t.v.

Megan Tuennerman Fans who are wed to the original “Four Weddings and a Funeral” movie may not fall in love with the T.V. show with the same name — but those who like the premise of the original will quickly find a new favorite in this show.  A quick search on Hulu will find all […]

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Asian-Western film is a unique blend of action

  Elena Morey A&E Editor In 2008, director Rob Minkoff and writer John Fusco created a Chinese-style, Western action film hybrid starring Jackie Chan, Jet Li and Michael Angarano. The “Forbidden Kingdom” is the perfect mix of Western action as well as utilizing Chinese-style combat, acting, imagery and mythology. White main character Jason (Angarano) is […]

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