Category Archive: Commentary

Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis By: Linda Yu I’m sitting at my table in the living room, which is covered with a mess of different colored sticky notes, mugs filled with writing utensils, and other really… Continue reading

My Review of Brooklyn Nine-Nine

By: Caroline Cannon May 10th, 2018 is a day that the fans of the TV show Brooklyn Nine-Nine will never forget. At that time, I was not a huge fan of the show,… Continue reading

Crazy Rich Asians Movie Review

By Jazmine Halawa and Claudia Binder  If you are reading this, chances are you have heard of the newest hit movie: Crazy Rich Asians! This movie has blown up and has been rated… Continue reading

Book Review: Between Shades of Grey

by Nola Killpack and Shruthika Araselvan We are all familiar with the horrors of the Holocaust. Through memoirs, fiction, documentaries, and movies, we can be certain that this tragedy will always be present… Continue reading

Nappily Ever After Movie Review

by Jala Everett Recently Netflix released a movie called Nappily Ever After starring Sanaa Lathan. The movie opens with the character Violet being on top of the world. She’s successful, has a boyfriend,… Continue reading

Top 5 Rides at Cedar Point

By: Abby Morgan OVERVIEW: Cedar Point absolutely fits its nickname, “America’s Roller Coast”.  Whether you’re on a thrilling coaster, eating a delicious chocolate covered banana, or annoyed because it’s the hundredth time you’ve… Continue reading

Book Review: A Book That Takes Its Time

By Jordan Stacy This summer, dive into A Book That Takes Its Time, written by Irene Smit and Astrid van der Hulst. It is produced by a company in the UK and is… Continue reading

Best Looks from the Cannes Festival 2018

By Claire Adornato The Cannes Festival is full of celebrities wearing designer gowns, and walking down the red carpet in Cannes, Paris for the annual film festival. With so many celebrities at this… Continue reading

1984, 34 Years Delayed

by Alison Xin In certain Chinese cities, the government has implemented a public safety program that feels decidedly “Big Brother”-esque. Millions of cameras across the country send real-time surveillance data to law enforcement.… Continue reading

Friends

by Angela Zhu I started watching Friends a month ago as I was scrolling through Netflix looking for something to watch while eating dinner. The first episode got me hooked, and the rest… Continue reading