Mia Vittimberga

  • July 20, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Warning: This article contains mentions of eating disorders, graphic images, and potentially triggering language. Eugenia Cooney, a popular content creator with over 1.6 million subscribers, has been active on YouTube since 2011. Due to her thin figure, many of her viewers suspected that Cooney was battling an eating disorder. Her comment section was flooded with

  • July 18, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Have you hit your mid-summer Netflix slump yet? Has your queue has dried up, leaving you with no other option than to rewatch your favorite shows? If you’re looking for a new series to binge, the Emmy Award nominations have some great suggestions. (Check out the full list of nominations here). Say goodbye to watching

  • July 17, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Spotted on the steps of the Met: a Gossip Girl reboot on the horizon. It’s official! HBO Max, the new streaming platform from WarnerMedia, will be creating a Gossip Girl reboot. The 10-episode series will reportedly follow a new set of kids from Manhattan’s elite. The series will take place eight years after the original Gossip Girl

  • July 4, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Warning: this post contains some spoilers. If you haven’t seen Far From Home yet, you might want to swing away from this article until you’ve had the chance to do so. Avengers: Endgame may have marked a turning point for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it’s Spider-Man: Far From Home– in theaters now- that brings

  • July 1, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Joshua Karpeh, also known by the stage name Cautious Clay, is making waves in the music industry. Karpeh started off by remixing other artists’ songs on SoundCloud, publishing a remix of Billie Eilish’s “Ocean Eyes” before she made it big. He eventually made the leap into composing and releasing his own music. Since then, the

  • June 12, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    If you don’t know who Nadia Nair is, you’re seriously missing out. The Swedish-Indian artist is making waves in the music world with her ethereal music. After spending some time under the radar writing for other artists (the list includes Soleima, Zikai, Skip Marley, and Steve Angello), Nadia stepped into the spotlight with her own

  • May 27, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Summer is upon us, which means it’s time to revamp your playlist! Over Memorial Day weekend, I attended Boston Calling and discovered some amazing artists for the first time. Four bands, in particular, stood out to me. They successfully amped up the crowd, drawing in even the most casual of listeners through their guitar riffs

  • May 1, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    London-based singer-songwriter The Naked Eye is making a name for herself in the music industry with her low-fi soundscape and raw lyrics. Her new EP, “Love’s Grave”, addresses many different aspects of a breakup. The EP is influenced by jazz, folk, soul, and hip-hop, giving it a type of sound that deviates from the mainstream.

  • April 13, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Chances are if you walk into a Forever 21, H&M or Urban Outfitters, you’ll find a t-shirt with the word ‘feminist’ emblazoned across it. Or possibly a sweatshirt that proudly proclaims ‘girl power’ in rhinestone lettering. Maybe even a pair of crew socks with pink Venus symbols printed on them. Right now, with the women’s

  • March 30, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    In a society that tends to shy away from taboo topics, Leo Law strays from the path. In fact, he’s forging his own way in the music industry. The creative London artist is not afraid to address the darker aspects of humanity. His single ‘Let Your Guard Down‘ is inspired by his first experiences on

  • March 8, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    International Women’s Day is today! In honor of this day, I’ve uncovered six chic clothing brands that were created by some inspiring females. Supporting women and buying a whole new outfit? It’s a win-win for me. 1. ABLE ABLE, a brand specializing in high-quality bags, apparel, shoes and jewelry, was created by Barrett Ward. While she

  • March 8, 2019By Mia Vittimberga

    Put on your power suit and grab a protest sign, because it’s March 8th and you know what that means – it’s officially International Women’s Day. Today is the day women all across the globe unite to celebrate being female, acknowledge the contributions women have made towards society and recognize the changes that need to