Monthly Archives: November 2016

Are all the fun sitcoms gone?

Recently, I came across an article that suggested television is lacking any fun sitcoms. The article describes how the amount of light and funny sitcoms had dramatically dwindled. This got me thinking about whether or not this claim was true. Have … Continue reading

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Black Mirror…geez!!!

I just finished the third episode of Black Mirror’s first season and my mind is spinning all over the place. After just three episodes I’ve become hooked to the show in a way that feels slightly masochistic, given the abject … Continue reading

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Even Snooki Wrote a Book

In the world of advertising, television and movies serve as a multifaceted platform. When characters exist in a realistic setting, they live in a world with products, clothing, and cities that reflect ours. The things they wear, foods they eat, … Continue reading

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Bringing Disney Classics to Life

Over Thanksgiving break, my family and I drove a quick fifteen hours to Iowa (both of my parents are from there). During this trip, I decided to rent a couple of movies from Redbox to watch on the way up. … Continue reading

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Loving v. Virginia

A few nights ago I watched the movie Loving. If you haven’t heard of it or seen it, it’s a true story about an interracial couple, Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter, in the 1950’s  in Caroline County, Virginia. They decide to … Continue reading

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The Simpson’s Predictions

After Donald Trump’s elections as President elect I saw a lot of things in the media about The Simpsons predicting this event in one of their episodes. After doing some research I found that there are twenty one occasions where they … Continue reading

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What is Biraciality? – Karoline Summerville

“What is Biraciality?” This big question came to me as I listened to Dr. Dalton’s discussion with Dr. Peter Steeves about asking big questions. For me, this is my big question. I have long been amused by the question people … Continue reading

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