by Andrew Millman, Executive Editor Well, this was originally meant to be a review of A…
Gen Z loves Sex and the City, despite all the principal characters being the same age as our mothers. Well, two Zoomers do at least, but even with our love, we can’t overlook how wildly problematic some of its episodes are, no matter how much one of us (Andrew) clings to the Woke Charlotte instagram page.
Throughout this whole ordeal, I’ve been shocked by how much casual indifference there has by on the parts of so many to this crisis based on the belief that it “only” affects other people. Many have expressed the desire to continue about their daily lives or semester without interruption, even if that endangers the lives of many in their communities. The navel-gazing is not exclusive to Gen Z and millennials, as many on twitter and the in the media have suggest. Brueghel’s and Auden’s works are testaments that these attitudes have been common throughout history, whether it be eighty or five hundred years ago.
Recently, a phenomenon has emerged where the phrase and concept “mental health” has become a popular method to gain clout for both celebrities and wannabe celebrities. As society has become a slightly more accepting place for people struggling with their mental health, rappers and singers, as well as TV and film, have tried to use this heightened societal focus for clout.
As the coronavirus has spread around the globe into a major pandemic, so too has a global panic surrounding the potential ramifications of the virus, from personal implications to the deleterious effects it could have on the economy. Goldman Sachs has projected zero growth for the American economy in the second quarter and, until recently, Chinese manufacturing was at a near-standstill. Economic effects are being felt especially hard in the manufacturing, travel, and services sectors.
The 2020 Democratic Presidential Primaries got off to a great start earlier this month when a series of cascading errors prevented the Iowa Caucus from releasing full results for days.
But it’s my BIRTHDAY!!!! By Andrew Millman Foreign Correspondant When your flight gets cancelled because…
One of Fordham University’s most hallowed traditions is Fordham students’ performative trashing of this very institution. We’ve all done it in some form or another, some people more than others. And, to be fair, the Jesuit University of New York© provides lots of ammunition for its students, who can often be quite creative about their critiques, due to those fine Jesuit values imparted by the Core Curriculum.
I didn’t know this was even a show until last week, but let me tell you this show is batshit crazy in the best possible way.
My opponent is convinced that A Star is Born should have one the Oscar for Best Picture. In fact, he, and many others of this godforsaken country have convinced themselves that it was worthy of being nominated at all.