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On April 9th, Taylor Swift released Fearless (Taylor’s Version), a remake of her 2008 classic album. Our staff writers Dana, Olivia, Will, Jack, Betsy, Brewster, and Megan sat down to discuss the album in a roundtable format. First impressions… Dana: It just means so much to me. That’s it. It really feeds into the whole
With the Oscars right around the corner, the Metaverse writers sat down to give you their thoughts on this year’s Best Picture nominees.
Homestuck is known for a lot of weird things, and one of those things is realistic trauma response. Throughout The Homestuck Epilogues, Andrew Hussie depicts the after effect of experiencing traumatic events at a young age.
A brand’s identity is defined by their mascot – and no mascot was cooler than Mac Tonight in the 80s.
A brief introduction to the 2015 musical Ghost Quartet.
Flo Rida was not initially supposed to be in the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest. But there he is, featured on a song representing the nation of San Marino?
Neon Genesis Evangelion is one of the most iconic anime of all time, and Freudian analysis of Rei Ayanami, Asuka Langley, and Shinji Ikari, provides a whole new layer, and how does this relate to Hideaki Anno himself?
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is an esport defined by its sense of scale. In particular, the introduction of new DLC characters radically changes discussions on viability as players scramble to determine if they’re viable – or if other characters become more viable due to winning the matchup.
Over the past year, I’ve played through a great number of new games to help keep me afloat during these “unprecedented times.” Since I’ve been given the platform, I’m going to be writing about each of these games, and what specifically I love about them in: The Joy of Gaming, or TJOG. This week: Hollow Knight.
Feeling like 2021’s been a “slow” year for music? Need some new music to put in your rotation? Here’s a short collection of the top five songs that have been released so far this year.
Disney’s Mulan is a cultural landmark among generations of Asian-American kids. But what if Disney could do better? And what if they could do much, much worse?
In the 2,800-ish years between the Odyssey’s initial oral performance and my reading, someone got the bright idea to recite a poem while music was playing in the background. And more than two millennia after the Odyssey was initially written, James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem accidentally wrote an epic poem.