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  • August 27, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    Hot Summer Nights first premiered over a year ago at SXSW, and was just released into certain theaters around the U.S. last month. This A24 film follows a teenager named Daniel (played by the talented Timothée Chalamet) as he gets wrapped up in the world of drugs during a summer in Cape Cod. Now, for anyone

  • July 20, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    Whether you love Broadway plays or not, Once on This Island is a show you need to see. Sure, it’s not as well known as bigger Broadway shows such as Hamilton or Wicked, but it deserves just as much recognition – I’m here to tell you why. Recently nominated for eight Tony awards (and winner

  • February 21, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    Season 2 of One Day at a Time was just released in late January, and everyone loved it. The show was getting the hype and attention it deserved. However, Gloria Calderón Kellet, executive producer and co-showrunner of One Day At a Time recently posted a Tweet about whether or not Netflix would be renewing the

  • February 13, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    Are you a makeup lover on a budget? Hush Beauty has got you covered. This makeup retailer, that launched in January of last year, sells name-brand makeup and skincare for extremely affordable prices. There’s both an app and website available to browse on. So what makes Hush different from other beauty retailers? One of the

  • January 29, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio is an important book that deserves to be talked about more. Published in 2015, it deals with heavy topics I had personally never seen discussed in a book. This novel tells the compelling story of Kristin Lattimer, who lives a seemingly normal and healthy life. She is homecoming

  • January 21, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    Chase Atlantic are going to take the world by storm, and you’re going to want to be there to see it. When I first stumbled upon Chase Atlantic, they had only released a few EPs. They were an unknown band with a decent following. Their music was upbeat and had a similar feel to The

  • January 13, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    When I first wrote this poem, it wasn’t about anybody in particular. It was assignment for my creative writing class, and I just wrote what came to me. It was about a relationship that at first seemed beautiful, perfect even. Then everything started falling apart. Months after I wrote this poem, I began relating to

  • January 11, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    Content warning: this article mentions child pedophilia. Popular YouTuber Shane Dawson was accused of being a pedophile on Twitter after a few videos surfaced showing he had said some pretty problematic things in the past. The tweets shown below quote what he apparently says in the video. https://twitter.com/Drgnkiller/status/951192823818346496 https://twitter.com/Drgnkiller/status/951192825458196482 People began agreeing that they found

  • January 6, 2018By Molly Cuddy

    22-year-old Youtuber Logan Paul has been the topic of conversation ever since he posted a vlog to his channel exploiting a man who had committed suicide. It was bad enough Paul decided to take a trip to a known suicide forest in Japan; he then recorded the man’s dead body, laughed and made jokes about

  • December 26, 2017By Molly Cuddy

    It’s safe to say 2017 was a year of great book releases. Between Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor, History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera and Turtles All The Way Down by John Green, it’s hard to beat 2017 books. And we can’t forget The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas —

  • December 23, 2017By Molly Cuddy

    UPenn Alumni. Former Google employee. Self-dubbed “king of fans.” A rapper without a record label. Meet Hoodie Allen. Steven Markowitz has been rapping since 2010. After leaving his job at Google to pursue a career in music, he created the stage name Hoodie Allen. And seven years, four mixtapes, two EPs and three albums later, he

  • December 12, 2017By Molly Cuddy

    Warning: this article contains spoilers for Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. Let’s admit it: everyone enjoys a trashy novel from time to time. Trashy novels aren’t technically bad, but they’re not exactly good, either. They’re just the books you turn to when you need a cute, fluffy romance to read on the

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