Lauren Cho

  • December 10, 2018By Lauren Cho

    Usually shows about traveling make me fall asleep, but when I first watched Conan O’Brien travel to Italy, I stayed up all night laughing. Late night host Conan O’Brien is hilarious, but the more I noticed just how big of a star he was everywhere he travelled, the more I realized that he is more

  • December 8, 2018By Lauren Cho

    For a few sheltered years during my early childhood, I was enamored by Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I mean, who wouldn’t be? I think my fascination with Belle is one that many young readers shared. While most of my friends preferred TV screens over pages, I was obsessed with reading. Belle shared that

  • November 23, 2018By Lauren Cho

    When scrolling through the political dramas on Netflix, I discovered that I had very few choices. I thought there would be more shows: with such a tumultuous climate, I was sure that there would be more screenwriters and studios inspired to churn out series that either analyze American politics or completely reimagine Washington DC’s increasingly

  • November 20, 2018By Lauren Cho

    Not going to lie, I’m kind of sick of playing Sufjan Steven’s greatest hits over and over again on my record player. The Oscar-nominated musician doesn’t work on a schedule. He’s not somebody who comes off as over-worked or swept up in the hustle of Tinseltown. Just look at him talk in an interview—  Sufjan

  • November 15, 2018By Lauren Cho

    Most art critics would say that the title of this article should be corrected to Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, the name of the Guggenheim’s newest exhibit. When the Guggenheim is referring to “the future,” however, it’s talking about abstract art. For many viewers, looking at abstract art can be as confusing as

  • November 2, 2018By Lauren Cho

    If you don’t have a Tumblr account or a parent who is in love with 80s classics, then chances are you haven’t heard of Dead Poets Society. But it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t neglect this memorable film. Dead Poets Society easily fits into the family of John Hughes’ coming-of-age sub-genre. If Ferris Bueller’s Day Off