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“WandaVision” Series Review: A Wanda-ful Vision for the MCU

Mark Burbridge, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

With now 23 films and counting, there’s no denying the impact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has had on popular culture. On Jan. 15, the MCU began expanding its boundaries beyond the silver screen...

“Books of Blood” Is A Bloody Mess

“Books of Blood” Is A Bloody Mess

Mark Burbridge, Contributor October 27, 2020

“Books of Blood” was the anthology book series that helped to launch now famous horror novelist Clive Barker into the forefront of the horror genre. Now, Hulu attempts to adapt Barker’s work into...

“Survivor: Winners at War” Doesn’t Quite Outplay Expectations

Mark Burbridge, Contributor October 7, 2020

Few TV series have the ability to stay on the air for 20 or more years, yet one show that has managed to outlast its competition is Survivor. First hitting TV screens back in the year 2000, Survivor captivated...

“Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy-Siege” Is More Than Meets The Eye

“Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy-Siege” Is More Than Meets The Eye

Mark Burbridge, Contributor October 6, 2020

Despite sharing a name with the 2010 video game “Transformers: War for Cybertron,” the first chapter of Netflix’s anime miniseries trilogy bears no connections. However, the premise of both mediums...

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Top 5 Best Anime

Sam Glass, Sports Editor April 13, 2020

Anime. The guilty pleasure for many is a unique artform that many write off as childish cartoons, but, for those well acquainted, are much more than that. So, I’m writing this list of my top anime to...

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Quarantine-Worthy Shows to Watch on Netflix

Aman Rahman, Staff Writer April 11, 2020

Having to stay home during the coronavirus quarantine can get pretty redundant considering the limited activities available at home. Many people have chosen Netflix as their designated escape during this...

Karamo Brown Brings Queer Eye to SLU

Karamo Brown Brings Queer Eye to SLU

Leah George, Staff Writer February 21, 2020

Last week, Karamo Brown, the first openly gay black man on a reality TV show, came to SLU as a speaker for the Great Issues Committee in collaboration with Rainbow Alliance and Black Student Alliance.  Brown...

Give it up for Cheer

Give it up for Cheer

Jack Johnston, Staff Writer February 19, 2020

“Cheer” on Netflix gives viewers the chance to tumble, chant and stunt alongside the cheer team of Navarro Community College in a journey that fosters trust, self-respect and faith.   I...

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Brace for Bachelor Nation

Grace Rakestraw, Staff Writer February 5, 2020

My hand reaches for the black mouse pad on my laptop while my brain screams “No!” One short tap and my life will delve into drama, the drama that “The Bachelor” provides. My hand continues its...

“Naturally Tan” is Naturally a Hit

“Naturally Tan” is Naturally a Hit

Madisyn Siebert, Associate Arts Editor July 16, 2019

On June 8,Tan France found himself standing in front of a sold out event hosted by the Saint Louis County Library in collaboration with Left Bank Books. The event was to help promote his recently released...

‘Stranger Things 2’ Offers a Slow, But Worthy Burn

‘Stranger Things 2’ Offers a Slow, But Worthy Burn

Alexis McSparren, Copy Editor November 20, 2017

As with any sequel, it’s hard to imagine that the much-anticipated return to last summer’s breakout hit would match the unexpected charm that the first season brought. With the era-appropriate title...

Stranger Than Before

Stranger Than Before

Madisyn Siebert, Staff Writer November 3, 2017

Demo-dogs, the Upside Down, and good old Eleven. These are just a few words that immediately stand out to anyone who is an avid watcher of “Stranger Things.” Season 2 of the immensely popular show...

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