All posts tagged in media

  • June 4, 2018By Augusta Battoclette

    Bunbury Music Festival is a weekend-long festival held in Cincinnati, Ohio every year at the beginning of the summer. This year it was June 1, 2 and 3. It attracts thousands of people not only from the Tri-State Area (Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana) but all over the country. Artists like The 1975, The Killers, twenty

  • March 19, 2018By Rayan Ramadan

    Video games. The word itself brings about a myriad of reactions from differing people. Some believe video games are detrimental to their health and well-being and view it as a useless yet harmful medium, while others believe it to be a unique and meaningful source of entertainment that provides us with such thought-provoking tests of

  • March 3, 2018By Faithlyn Konvalin

    A lot of people would say that over the years, media platforms of all types have become more diverse and inclusive. We are seeing more POC represented in popular projects and gaining the attention they deserve, there has been a major increase in representation of the LGBT+ community (though if you ask me, I’ve mostly

  • July 22, 2017By Molly Thompson

    It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly when this social justice movement began. It’s progressed as I’ve grown up and in some senses I struggle to remember a time without the online movement. Whilst I completely admire and respect the velocity and determination of the movement, I struggle sometimes with the culture of calling celebrities out. If, like me, you have travelled through this movement

  • May 28, 2017By Rayan Ramadan

    Riverdale started off strong, the initial hype before the show even aired was substantial, everyone was talking about this brand new teenage drama show. This was because the show had so much potential, and despite all the original Archie comic fans being sceptical as to how well the show would mirror the comics and the characters inside

  • April 29, 2017By Rayan Ramadan

    Hollywood, over the past decade, has become more and more diverse by creating movies which are fixated on a majority ethnic minority cast, including but not limited to “Moonlight” and “Hidden Figures“. Hollywood and many other mainstream Television networks are more often casting Hispanic, Black and Latinx actors to play lead roles in their projects, which is,

  • March 23, 2017By Samantha Cuffy

    When I read about someone doing a Death Note live action remake last year, I was afraid. I never had much confidence in remakes of my favorite animes and cartoons, especially after the disaster that was the Last Airbender. As I was reading the article, I was confused when I read that Light Yagami (now