Disney Songwriters in Their Very Own Love Triangle
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Disney Songwriters in Their Very Own Love Triangle

Writer, Madeleine Hanson By now everybody has listened or at least heard of the new top-charting song by Olivia Rodrigo, Drivers License. According to Billboard 100, a Driver’s…

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TBR-To Be Reviewed; Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
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TBR-To Be Reviewed; Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

Writer, Allison Holcik Welcome back, fellow readers! In light of International Women’s Day, I am going to review “Children of Blood and Bone,” by up-and-coming POC woman, Tomi…

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TBR-To Be Reviewed No. 1- Crescent City; House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas
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TBR-To Be Reviewed No. 1- Crescent City; House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas

Writer, Allison Holcik Welcome, fellow readers! This week, I am reviewing Sarah J. Maas’ newest novel, Crescent City; House of Earth and Blood, or HOEAB, for writing purposes. HOEAB…

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You Will Never Know Why: An Album of Heartbreak and Acceptance
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You Will Never Know Why: An Album of Heartbreak and Acceptance

Writer: Wright, Ian   Genre(s): Electronica Pop, Progressive Pop   Oftentimes, albums revolve around one specific concept. Whether it be the loss of a family member like in…

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WandaVision: A New Vision for Marvel…?
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WandaVision: A New Vision for Marvel…?

Writer, Samuel Jeong Up until the beginning of January, it had been more than a year since the Marvel Cinematic Universe released Spider-Man: Far From Home. For a…

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Don Salsa: Musical Madness
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Don Salsa: Musical Madness

Writer, Ian Wright Have you ever wondered what it would sound like if a song tried to fry your brain? Or have you ever been curious about what…

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Taylor Swift’s Very Productive Quarantine
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Taylor Swift’s Very Productive Quarantine

Writer, Madeleine Hanson Most people spent quarantine on the couch binging Netflix, but Taylor Swift spent her time recording in her new home studio. Taylor Swift has been…

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Check[this out]mate: The Queen’s Gambit Review
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Check[this out]mate: The Queen’s Gambit Review

Writer, Parker Zhang. Chess clock ticking, pawns moving on the ceiling. Then, boom! Checkmate. Released on October 23, 2020, The Queen’s Gambit was received efficaciously well. Critics praised…

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The State of the Sports World
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The State of the Sports World

Writer, Stefano Schiavone As with the rest of the world, sports has taken a pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, that’s not to say that the sports…

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Quarantine TV Show Recommendations
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Quarantine TV Show Recommendations

Writer, Una Chang It’s been a little over a month since social distancing started for the majority of people in British Columbia. Like many others, I’ve not been…

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