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Byline: Anna Baker

Anyone who knows anime knows that there is a forever ongoing debate as to what is better: subs or dubs. “Subs” refer to anime that use subtitles with the original Japanese audio, and dubs refer to the same anime, but a version that has dubbed the viewers’ native language over the Japanese. Usually dubs are done in...

Living in a dorm can be great. Your commute is short, you get a meal plan, and best of all, you get the dorm living experience! But living in a dorm can be… not always the most comfortable thing. The floors are hard and cold, and the lights are harsh. It can be hard to feel at home in your dorm but there are a lot of...

It’s no secret that there’s a double standard when it comes to gender norms. We’ve all heard the phrase, “you kick like a girl”, that boys would say to each other on the playground, and we’ve witnessed the teasing that occurred when a boy wore pink.  We see this example on TV, like in “Modern Family”, with Manny’s...

If you’re a theatre person like me, you’ll be looking forward to new Broadway shows every year. Every show, even old revivals, brings a new voice and relevance to the theatre world. Here’s a look into the upcoming 2020 Broadway musicals.   West Side Story Inspired by Romeo and Juliet, “West Side Story” is well...

The holidays are stressful enough, and adding travel to it all can just make it a nightmare. Here are some tips for traveling through the holidays in one piece.  Take a Red-Eye Flight Flying during the holidays can be a nightmare because tons of people are flying too. TSA lines are long, flights are cramped,...

Rankin/Bass Productions was an American animation production company founded by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass. Some of their major hits were “The Last Unicorn” and the “Thundercats” TV show. However, they are mostly known for their classic holiday television specials.  You probably have seen a Rankin/Bass...

In our modern times, there is a great deal of discourse on climate change. Climate strikes and protests have become the norm, and environmental policy has become a big talking point in the upcoming 2020 election. While it’s important to analyze how climate change is affecting our reality on Earth, it can be...

As students, our rooms can get very messy, so decorating can just cause more clutter. But like everyone, we still want to get into the Halloween spirit, so here are some ways to decorate your room without making a mess. Hang it up Putting decorations on desks and shelves can be a recipe for clutter, especially...

As students, almost everything we do comes with expectations. We’re expected to join student organizations, get internships and jobs, all while still getting good grades and graduating on time. These high expectations can make us so stressed that we may want to scream or cry. Sometimes even both. To decompress, we...

October is LGBTQ History Month. While pride month is a celebration of being queer today, history month is a celebration of past achievements by the LGBTQ movement. However, many of us were not taught LGBTQ history in school, so it’s hard to know what to even celebrate. Here are some documentaries that can educate you...