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Review: ‘10,000 gecs’ by 100 gecs – A hyperpop earworm

Jesse Illanes, Contributor May 30, 2023

The long-awaited second studio album and label debut from the hyperpop group 100 gecs, “10,000 gecs,” finally arrived to the delight of hyperpop fans and “geccers” alike. Consisting of Laura...

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Review: Tyler, The Creator’s ‘CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: The Estate Sale’ – Spin or skip?

José C. Delgado, Reporter April 28, 2023

Tyler, The Creator has returned with an expansion pack to his 2021 album “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST.” “The Estate Sale” features eight new tracks that were added to the original album’s run...

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Review: Deliberation amidst torment – ‘Women Talking’

Jesse Illanes, Contributor April 27, 2023

“Women Talking” provides an excellent, chilling story based on actual events. In the year 2010, women in a secluded religious colony are sexually assaulted by men at night. As the offenders are taken...

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Review: Kali Uchis’ ‘Red Moon in Venus’ – Spin or skip?

José C. Delgado, Reporter April 12, 2023

Colombian American R&B singer Kali Uchis has released her third studio album, “Red Moon in Venus.” Spanning 15 tracks and clocking in at just over 43 minutes, the album features songs that explore...

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Review: ‘Cable Girls’

Melany Martinez, Reporter April 12, 2023

It follows the lives of four women who have captured the hearts of many through their struggles and challenges in working as operators for a phone company in 1920s Madrid. Originally titled “Las chicas...

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Review: Paramore’s ‘This Is Why’ – Spin or skip?

José C. Delgado, Reporter April 10, 2023

Paramore has returned with their sixth studio album, “This Is Why.” The album marks the band's first release since 2017’s “After Laughter,” and is the first record to feature the same lineup...

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Movie review: ‘She Said’

Melany Martinez, Reporter April 3, 2023

While the controversies of Harvey Weinstein are well known to the public, many may not know the names and stories of the journalists who uncovered his crimes. As a person who has high status and is well...

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Review: ‘The 1619 Project’ Hulu docuseries

Melany Martinez, Reporter March 3, 2023

It’s impossible not to say that “The 1619 Project” was a phenomenal concept when it premiered in the New York Times Magazine in 2019. The controversy and conversations sparked by author and journalist...

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Movie review: ‘Till’

Melany Martinez, Reporter February 28, 2023

Chinonye Chukwu’s film “Till” is a difficult watch that leaves the viewer with a sickening feeling. The film focuses on the life of Emmet Till, played by Jalyn Hall, who was a Black 14-year-old that...

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Review: Sam Smith’s ‘Gloria’: Spin or skip?

José C. Delgado, Reporter February 27, 2023

Last month, Sam Smith delivered their fourth full-length album, “Gloria.” The album marks the artist’s return after 2020’s “Love Goes.” In this album, Smith explores themes of self-acceptance...

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Movie review: ‘Love, Rosie’

Melany Martinez, Reporter February 23, 2023

"Love, Rosie" shares the heart-wrenching story of two people desperately wanting to be together, but through the trials and tribulations of young adulthood they are pushed further apart. This story of...

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Review of ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’

Marja Ziemer January 18, 2019
"Bandersnatch" offers a re-hashing that people have less free will than they believe
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