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GOLDFINCH MOVIE REVIEW

Alana Cavanagh, Culture Writer
September 29, 2019
TIKTOK: THE EASY STREET TO FAME, FORTUNE, AND SUCCESS

TIKTOK: THE EASY STREET TO FAME, FORTUNE, AND SUCCESS

Anamaria Navarrete, Assistant Managing Editor
September 27, 2019
Dance sophomore Mason Evans and dance junior Brenan Gonzalez were just two of several male dancers in last year’s Spring Concert. “I think the biggest challenge [of being a male dancer] is all of the stigmas and stereotypes that come around,” dance junior Alex Thomas said. “[People say], ‘Oh, ballet or dance is not a sport and you don’t have to work as hard and this and that.’ Growing up and defying all of those odds is a challenge.”

THE STIGMA OF MALE DANCERS

Sasha Smith, Culture Writer
September 18, 2019
Cystic fibrosis patients Stella (Haley Lu Richardson) and Will (Cole Sprouse) don’t let their medical restrictions hinder their feelings for each other. “It’s so different still having that intimacy and vulnerability and awkwardness and attraction but just by … looking at each other and connecting with your soul,” Richardson said, according to Entertainment Weekly. The two lovers sacrifice distance, or the lack thereof, in order to spend time with one another.

“FIVE FEET APART” MOVIE REVIEW

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
March 18, 2019
Band sophomore Benjamin Gao, digital media freshman Caroline Wiseman, and dance sophomore Benjamin D’Addio show off their streetwear.

WHAT’S ALL THE HYPE?

Jules Popiel, Culture Writer
March 7, 2019
THE DEATH OF THE RADIO

THE DEATH OF THE RADIO

Savannah Richards, Culture Staffer
March 4, 2019
Natalie (Rebel Wilson) and Josh (Adam DeVine) have a conversation about relationships as Josh prepares to marry Isabella (Priyanka Chopra) in the alternate rom-com universe depicted in the film.

“ISN’T IT ROMANTIC” MOVIE REVIEW

Sasha Smith, Culture Staffer
February 22, 2019
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