Category: Arts & Entertainment

‘The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez’ takes over and shocks Netflix viewers

Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor 

I’ve been hooked on documentaries for years now. Every time a new one comes out I tend to watch it within the first few days of its release date, especially if it has something to do with crime. Unfortunately, there has been a lack of documentaries to my knowledge, until February 26 of this year when “The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” hit Netflix.

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Series that can be rewatched time and time again

Breanna HillArts & Entertainment Editor

We all know those series that speak to us on a deeper level. They’re rare, they’re remarkable and unlike any other. A few come to my mind instantly. Each one comes in handy when I’m in a dry spell when it comes to watching something. Here are some of my favorites that I can watch anytime, anywhere without any worry that I’ll grow tired of the content.

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Netflix drops latest binge-worthy series: ‘Love Is Blind’

Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor

“Love is Blind” is the latest laughable, yet somehow very addictive binge worthy Netflix creation. I couldn’t be more obsessed. It popped up on my suggestion category a week ago, I believe, and I have already finished ten out of the eleven episodes in the first season (the last episode in the season comes out today, woot woot).

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The difficulty of balancing priorities

Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor

I have had a tough time lately with balancing priorities. I like to be organized and neat as I possibly can, but when you have more on your plate that you thought you ever would, it can be a bit difficult. How do you prioritize? Is there a correct way to prioritize? If so, who can teach me?

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JSU holds celebration in honor of Women’s History Month

Josie Howell, Sports Editor

On Monday, March 2, Jacksonville State University’s Women’s Empowerment Committee began Women’s History Month by hosting a woman’s lunch and learn where students, alumni and faculty members were invited to listen to a panel of female faculty members and students who work for the university to talk about how we can better support and empower the female students at JSU. 

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