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IC3PEAK performing live. Left: Nick Kostylev, right: Nastya Kresilina. Credit: Oli Zitch
Fighting War With Music
Raven Marin and translations by Dennis Serbin June 9, 2022

“I don’t think Russia has a right to exist anymore,” said Marua Alyokhina, the lead singer of the feminist band Pussy Riot after she escaped...

Besides winning a truckload of awards, BTS has been an advocate. Credit: Sydney Sawyer
BTS: More Than Just a Boyband
Faith Wei June 9, 2022

The White House invited the K-pop group, BTS (Bangtan Sonyeondan, or the Bangtan Boys) to speak at the White House on May 31st. At the end of...

From left, Stephanie Hsu, Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan in Everything Everywhere All At Once. Credit: Tribune News Service
Everything Everywhere All At Once: Talked About For a Reason
Ronan Pasquerella June 9, 2022

Driven by amazing characters that feel truly relatable, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a brilliant film that's become one of the most talked-about...

Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Stephen Strange in Marvel Studios Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Credit: Tribune News Service
Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: a Mess With a Bow
Ben Bower June 9, 2022

Impossible to review as good or bad, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a tonal and cinematic outlier from what we’ve become accustomed...

The Puffs cheer on Cedric Diggory (Andre Jenkins) after the first task. Credit: Carrie Halliburton
Puffs: 90-ish Witty Minutes of Friendship and Magic That Knocked the Audience’s Stockings Off
Avni Gupta and Ellie Westhoff June 9, 2022

Welcome To Hogwarts, a magic school with four unique houses: Gryffindors, Slytherins, Ravenclaws, and… those other guys.  The Hufflepuffs.  Most...

Aaliyah Dana Haughton, or simply Aaliyah, has made a vast impact, reinventing the tomboy style. Credit: Tribune News Service
20 Years Later, Aaliyah's Mark On Fashion Remains
Mayanna Dempsey, Journalist • May 23, 2022
Over 20 years since the singer’s tragic death in a plane crash, her sartorial influence is as visible as ever.
A still from the first Sonic film. The Blue Hedgehog returns to screens in a sequel. Credit: Tribune News Service
Flying Feature Films!
Ben Bower, Journalist • May 23, 2022
This year is unusually stacked with big-name releases and long-awaited flicks. Covid-19 took its toll on the summer blockbuster season over the last couple of years and delayed the release of dozens of long-awaited films.
Meis first incident turning into the Red Panda in-public where she navigates the situation both mentally and physically (Tribune News Service)
Turning Red: a Colorful Coming-of-Age Story
Avni Gupta and Faith Wei May 18, 2022

Pixar’s latest movie, Turning Red, was released on February 21st of 2022. It is a coming-of-age story about a Chinese-Canadian teen struggling...

Wido, pictured above in front of a park.
Wido: Field Day Album Review and Interview
Raven Marin May 10, 2022

Introduction Out of all the artists I have gotten to know within the hyperpop scene, Wido (pronounced widow) has been one of my favourites...

Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse Swings Into Theaters on October 7th, Raising Critical Questions: Is Marvel Whitewashing Their Characters?
Jade Flores and Sammi Perkins May 10, 2022

Spiraling through the multiverse once again, Miles Morales is back for his 2nd feature film.  Spider-man Across the Spider-verse swings into...

What do Skyline Students Listen to? Survey Says: EVERYTHING!
Hasan Alsamerai May 10, 2022

Through a highly scientific and very precise survey asking 105 Skyline students to share their favorite song and genre of late 2021–early 2022,...

Tyler, the Creator’s CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST A Little Bit of Something for Everyone
Diarra Seye May 10, 2022

When Tyler, the Creator released his seventh album CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST in June of 2021, it was apparent that he had everything he could ever...

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