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    Bold fashion looks to test out this spring

Bold fashion looks to test out this spring

Though it’s probably hard to believe, I didn’t pop out of the womb mixing and matching patterns. When fashion first piqued my interest, runways terrified me. I was (still am) convinced that designers close their eyes, play a few rounds of “eeny, meeny, miny, moe” and voila – couture. Through experimenting

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    ‘Mob Psycho 100 II’ is 100 percent the show to watch this season

‘Mob Psycho 100 II’ is 100 percent the show to watch this season

It is no secret to those who have watched the first season of “Mob Psycho 100” that it has stunning visuals and an admittedly slow, but rewarding plot. It preaches learning how to forgive and the importance of finding family in a light-hearted yet impactful manner. For those who do

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    Oscars 2019: What will win and what should win

Oscars 2019: What will win and what should win

The Oscars are upon us once more so now is the time for all levels of wild speculation to arise as to what films and what actors will win the esteemed golden trophy come Feb. 24. As much as it hurts to say it, the Oscars are usually a predictable

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    A look into the wonderful world of black cinema

A look into the wonderful world of black cinema

We create art to express ourselves and the stories that live inside of us, but most importantly we create art to speak to others and tell the narratives of people and events that came before us and will come after us. Black cinema has done this from its very beginning.

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    The restart of Universal’s ‘Dark Universe’ is refreshing and necessary

The restart of Universal’s ‘Dark Universe’ is refreshing and necessary

In early 2017, Universal Studios announced the start of their “Dark Universe” slate of films that would revamp their classic Universal Monsters in a modern light starting with “The Mummy” starring Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella as the titular monster. Come June of the same year, “The Mummy” finally rose

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    ‘The Lego Movie 2’ proves that everything is still (a little less) awesome

‘The Lego Movie 2’ proves that everything is still (a little less) awesome

“Do you mind if I save your life?” As a massive fan of the Lego brand (even as a 20-year-old), just the idea of a film series based on the massive brand was more than something to get excited about. In 2014, “The Lego Movie” was finally released. Putting aside

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    Unconventional Valentine’s Day ideas for the non-conforming couple

Unconventional Valentine’s Day ideas for the non-conforming couple

I swear I’m not a Valentine’s Day hater, but I can’t picture the holiday without thinking back to high school and seeing the halls littered with Walgreens roses and tiny, 5-foot girls parading around with the biggest stuffed animals you have ever seen. Hating Valentine’s Day stopped being cool in

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    Despite tributes, the 61st Grammy Awards still fell short

Despite tributes, the 61st Grammy Awards still fell short

When I found out Alicia Keys was the hosting the Grammy Awards and there was going to be a Diana Ross performance along with a Motown tribute, I was beyond ready. I had my snacks and my Twitter loaded with the Grammys hashtag because what is an award show without

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    Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ explores emotion post-breakup

Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ explores emotion post-breakup

Ariana Grande’s music is a direct effect of her personal life. Her “Sweetener” album, released in August 2018, was her message of hope after disaster and acceptance of new love in her life. However, the turbulence wasn’t over. She lost an old love as well as broke off her engagement

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    Side hustles to help you make rent

Side hustles to help you make rent

Picture it: Pay day comes and you feel like you’re on top of the world. You’ve planned your amazing weekend full of frivolous spending, but then unfortunately the slightest bit adult in you comes out and forces you to save, put money aside for gas, pay your rent, buy groceries

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