OPINION: Best entertainment of the summer, what to look out for this fall
When we find ourselves in East Lansing again, when the leaves start changing color and our daylight hours get shorter, it can be easy to feel stuck. However, this fall, there are still many shows and movies we have to look forward to.
Film review: Everything about ‘Everything, Everywhere, All At Once’
"Everything, Everywhere, All At Once" is absurd in the first moment and genuinely heart-breaking the next. Read our culture reporter's review to find out what moment in particular brought her to the breaking point of bursting into tears the second she talks about it (Hint: it is almost the entire film)
Art Recommendation: Music to experience April
April comes along with the influx of emotions. It might be frustration as it is still snowing in the middle of April. It might be hope, as the summer will be here soon and you will get to wear your favorite summer clothes. There may be a hint of sadness as well, for the seniors preparing for the next transition in their life. Whatever it may be, our culture writer has compiled a list of songs that promise to accompany you through it.
A "Turning Red" review: Is there a bad way to do representation?
"Representation is successful when it can balance universality and specificity. 'Turning Red', and arguably 'Encanto' as well, is such stunning love letters because it stands so well on its own."
COLUMN: Joe Rogan, Jordan Peterson and finding masculinity and accountability
My algorithm is going to hate me for writing this article.