Joshua Jones reviews what Marvel promised to be a landmark film: Captain Marvel. Jones’ critical descriptions of the film’s plot, characters, and gender politics reveal whether or not this precedent to April’s Avengers: Endgame is a must-see.
In this food review, Grubbin’ with the Boys take on the popular Wayne restaurant, Teresa’s Next Door.
Debby Armstrong remembers Stan Lee whose comic books and characters serve as both role models and entertainment to many generations. Sparking a graphic novel empire and multi-million dollar movie franchise, his Marvel Universe and techniques pushed the boundaries of books, cinema, and society.
In a pre-holiday review, Christopher Glanzmann goes through all of the modes of the game (Multiplayer, Zombies, Blackout, and Specialist HQ) for a more comprehensive explanation of Black Ops 4 and its positive and negative elements.
Anne Griffin reviews the newest movie in the Harry Potter franchise, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. While the original films and books set the bar high, true fans such as Griffin can find a nostalgic experience through watching this film.
Anya Chan reflects on the career of Fred Rogers and the documentary about him, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor.” She discusses the courage he displayed to talk with children about pressing issues, ones that are typically reserved for adult conversations and examines the influence his positive outlook can have on today’s society.
On May 4th, 2018, Childish Gambino (the music moniker of Donald Glover) released a music video titled “This is America.” As a society, all too often, we turn a blind eye on pressing issues in society.
Warning: Contains major spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War
The producers are the true masterminds behind the every move of the music industry and the people deciding what that Friday night sounds like.
A review/op-ed on why men’s rights issues are just as important as women’s, yet aren’t taken as seriously.