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Feeling the ‘Earfquake’

Karamel NunezMartinez

October 15, 2019

The curtains drew as Tyler's newest persona, Igor, stepped onto the stage in a pink and red block colored suit and a blond bob wig. Igor stood center stage as his theme rang throughout the auditorium and kicked off his performa...

Philips delivers a dark fresh take in Joker origin story

Andrew Leal

October 7, 2019

The new film “Joker” is out in theaters, giving audiences a reason to “smile and put on a happy face.”  Director Todd Phillips delivers a hit with his new origin story about the infamous Batman antagonist, the...

Yee-Haw Is Country Music Evolving?

Shelley Wang

September 24, 2019

The music industry is constantly changing with the integration of different genres. Country music often remains the same. With lyrics about a drunken night, a little back dirt road, and of course a song dedicated to how much t...

‘Overboard’ manages to stay afloat

Monserrath Arreola

May 15, 2018

The 1987 Gary Marshall romantic comedy, “Overboard,” has been revamped with a new script and cast that answers the call for a more diverse, modern approach and all-around 2018 appropriate. Originally starring real-life couple Goldie ...

‘I Feel Pretty’ now too

Monserrath Arreola

April 25, 2018

I have struggled with body confidence for as long as I can remember. Lucky for me, comedy saved me. It provided me an escape to my daily struggles. I vividly remember watching “Real Women have Curves,” the comedy-drama starr...

J. Cole says no to drugs on “KOD”

Hector Aguilar

April 25, 2018

When I found out that J. Cole was dropping his latest album, “KOD,” just four days after it was anounced, I was excited but wary. His last album, “4 Your Eyez Only,” left me somewhat disappointed, but I still remembered ho...

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