Tag: arts & entertainment

Television shows everybody forgot about

Miranda Prescott, Correspondent

Growing up, we all had our favorite cartoons that we would race home after school or wake up early on Saturday mornings just to watch. For most of us, it was generational classics like Spongebob Squarepants or basically anything with “created by Butch Hartman” at the end of a title screen. Or if you were like me, you watched some older cartoons from the 1970s on Saturday mornings such as The Perils of Penelope Pitstop or anything else by Hannah-Barbera. These aired on Boomerang if I remember correctly. I think that channel no longer exists, which makes the nostalgic side of me sad.

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‘The Slow Rush’ makes time stand still

Jada Hester, Correspondent

After several months of delay, Tame Impala’s album ​The Slow Rush ​was finally released on Valentine’s Day. The man behind the music, Kevin Parker, is an Australian singer that writes, records, and produces his own music. Many fans were eager for the new music considering that his last album, ​Currents, was released all the way back in 2015. While it made Parker more famous than he probably expected, ​Currents ​ helped him appear on ​Saturday Night Live ​ in early 2019, and he was the headlining act of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival later that year. Clearly Parker has a tremendous amount of talent, which can be heard on​ Slow Rush.

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International House hosts Study Abroad Fair

Arynn Williams, Correspondent

On Monday, the Office of International House and Programs held a Study Abroad Fair in the quad. Students could stop by and learn about the multitude of programs available in the coming year.

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‘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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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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