Currently, two men claim to be the President of Venezuela. The first is Nicolas Maduro; the second is Juan Guaidó. Guaidó, the head of the National Assembly (Venezuela’s parliament) cites Article 223 of Venezuela’s constitution to justify his claim to presidency.
Given the numerous home shows available when you have a real television, you might wonder why you should watch another one on your laptop. The first two reasons should be obvious: it’s on Netflix and produced by the BBC. The even better reason is that it is nothing like any homes show you’ve seen before.
The Oscar winning film The Social Network, starring Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg, exposed the behind the scenes drama of Facebook’s rise to the social media powerhouse we all know.
In “Sex Education”’s mere eight episodes it is able to tell a story that, although its particulars may vary from many people’s high school experiences; its overall message speaks towards the awkward universality of that time in people’s lives. There are a lot of moving components in this show, and they all add up to one pleasant viewing experience.
Everybody with an ounce of technology within reach has played a video game at least once. It is a common pastime where games such as Call of Duty and the more recent Fortnite have captivated the nation’s reality-deprived youth. I am not a huge video game fan, but I have downloaded a few games onto my phone in the past. My latest download was Hay Day, a game I played with my friends in middle school but eventually retired.
When I first watched Black Mirror’s Bandersnatch I was stunned. I sat trembling in my easy chair not in fear of the film at hand but in excitement towards the idea of it. For Bandersnatch was something new, something creative and unexpected, that directly changed the rules of engagement between viewer and film to its advantage.
Awards shows are never great about actually getting right what the best movies and performances were of any given year, which is partly understandable because it’s much easier to know what holds up in retrospect than only a few months after a movie came out.
Hi, my name is Katelynn Browne, I’m 20 years old and I’m addicted to TikTok. TikTok, if you don’t know (or if you’re not hip with the kids like I am) is an app where users post videos of themselves lip syncing various songs or audio clips. In November of 2017, TikTok absorbed its competitor, Musical.ly. Like any other social media platform, you can scroll through content, drop likes, comments, follow other users etc.
As anyone who has ever paid attention to fashion knows, it’s all about the trends. Colors, styles, even general “vibes” come and go at speeds that makes keeping up seem almost impossible. However, despite this ever-changing landscape, there is one fashion question that has haunted us all at one time or another—should I get bangs?
It was a bright and unusually warm Sunday morning in January when I woke up hungover and in need of sustenance. I ventured across campus—a full half a mile, mind you!—to get myself a snack at the vending machine in our beloved McGinley building.