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Unpopular Opinions: 2000s Cartoon Network Shows

An unpopular stroll down Cartoon Network's memory lane.

Greyson Chance Comes of Age in Deeply Personal ‘portraits’ Tour

In 2010, a YouTube video of Greyson Chance performing Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" at his sixth-grade talent show launched him to fame.  Since then, his video has amassed over 64 million views and kicked off...

‘JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind’ Lives up to its Radical Name

Housewives, toddlers, senior citizens and dogs with the body of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Jacked and flamboyant heroes duking it out with super-powered manifestations of their fighting spirit called stands. The destiny of the Joestar bloodline...

Is Gal Gadot the First Horsewoman of the Entertainment Apocalypse?

In the midst of mass chaos, misinformation and confusion, audiences tend to look for a type of healing salve that can soothe some of the looming anxieties that surround them. On March 18, 2020,...

First-Years Comment on Tara Westover’s “Educated”

This year, all incoming first-years were asked to read Tara Westover’s memoir, “Educated,” the true story of a woman raised by Mormon survivalists in the mountains of Idaho. Readers and critics alike have attested to...

Arts Issue Fall 2019

Isle of Dogs Is Culturally Tone Deaf

In a stop-motion feature film about the relationship between canine and man, Wes Anderson tells one of his most wholesome stories yet. Though Anderson often stands out for his eccentric style of filmmaking, he...

Staff Recs: Best Lorde Songs

Nothing short of a spectacle, Lorde headlined a sold-out show at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center Wednesday night. The 21-year-old New Zealander brought along special guests Jack Antonoff, Run The Jewels and Mitski for the occasion....

‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ Remembers Mr. Rogers

During a time in which the film and TV industry is plagued by issues of abuse of power, especialy in sexual assualt cases, the mere concept of Mr. Rogers, the host of the long...

This Is a Review of ‘Horse Girl’ Starring Alison Brie, Thanks

Saddle up, horse girls — Alison Brie’s “Horse Girl” is now on Netflix. The film premiered at Sundance in January, but was released to the masses this past Friday, Feb. 7. Directed by Jeff...

New York’s Indie Bookstores Survive by Promoting Community, Providing Experience

In his novel “American Gods,” Neil Gaiman writes, “What I say is, a town isn’t a town without a bookstore. It may call itself a town, but unless it’s got a bookstore, it knows...

‘Rethink Pink’: Tisch New Theatre’s Vision for ‘Legally Blonde’

Tisch New Theatre, a student-run organization at NYU, will bring “Legally Blonde” to the Skirball Center stage on Nov. 1. Adopting the motto “rethink pink,” the cast and crew are imagining a new world...
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