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“I Just Like The Beat”: Excusing Offensive Content In Music

“I Just Like The Beat”: Excusing Offensive Content In Music

One of the most controversial music-related debates is how we as listeners are expected to take responsibility for the music we listen to. It isn’t rare for some of our… Read more »

Why I Was Mortified By Sean Penn’s “Joke”

Why I Was Mortified By Sean Penn’s “Joke”

The Academy Awards were going great. My friends, dormmates and I got together and watched the whole show with boxes of pizza and winner predictions. Neil Patrick Harris pulled some… Read more »

7 Ridiculous But Essential Korean Drama Stereotypes

7 Ridiculous But Essential Korean Drama Stereotypes

1. The Wrist Grab Because wrists are hot. 2. The Forehead Kiss What’s a better way to say “I love you” than an intense, passion-filled kiss on the forehead? 3…. Read more »

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Fiona Apple

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Fiona Apple

Name: Fiona Apple Occupation: Musician Date of Birth: September 13, 1977 Birthplace: New York, New York Zodiac Sign: Virgo (Information provided by Biography.com, Notablebiographies.com, Imdb.com, and Wikipedia.) Fiona Apple soared… Read more »

An Appreciation of Wong Kar-Wai Part 1: In the Mood for Love

An Appreciation of Wong Kar-Wai Part 1: In the Mood for Love

Though only recently exposed to his works, this Hong Kong-based filmmaker has already left quite an impression on me. Whether it’s the simplistic yet resonating dialogue between his authentically written… Read more »

Album Review: Lana Del Rey Convinces Us Again with Ultraviolence

Album Review: Lana Del Rey Convinces Us Again with Ultraviolence

Since her mysterious debut in 2012, Lana Del Rey has always been the subject of feminist and popular scrutiny. For some reason, probably the best, it never really got to… Read more »

Album Review: Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots

Album Review: Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots

If you’re a fan of the virtual band Gorillaz, you may be pleasantly surprised to learn that Damon Albarn, the songwriter and voice behind the group, has just released his… Read more »

Afro Girl Visits Orange Is the New Black

Afro Girl Visits Orange Is the New Black

I wanted to do a comic to celebrate next season’s release of OITNB before I left for New York ! Here you go! Enjoy and share!

Reading Rainbow, Come Back

Reading Rainbow, Come Back

Today I found out that LeVar Burton is trying to bring back Reading Rainbow. It was a wonderful program that was beloved by many and encouraged many children to want… Read more »

Q & A with Performance Artist and Comedienne Kristina Wong

Q & A with Performance Artist and Comedienne Kristina Wong

Thank God for extended cable, because if it wasn’t for my family’s subscription to Bright House, I probably would have never stumbled upon Kristina Wong. We try to make a… Read more »

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