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Advocation for a Movie: Why Inception should be considered a masterpiece in film.

      Movies have, of course, always been things that I have loved and looked forward to ever since I was a kid. From Monsters Inc. to Spider-Man, I grew up with dozens of movies that I found myself constantly re-watching. One movie in particular stood out apart from […]

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The Art of Packing: A reflection on how packing is a extension of yourself.

      I rediscover the art of packing with every break that passes by. It’s an art I learned so long ago I can barely remember, an art that never dies and will never quite leave me. I packed with every house and every state I left behind as a […]

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Top 5 Philly Arts and Entertainment Events

      Witness some of Philadelphia’s true creativity from local artists, poets and performers. Experience the artistic diversity of Philadelphia from the past to present with different types of media. These events are perfect for the college student seeking a new original experience. 1.  Whitman 200: Art and Discovery […]

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Remembering Jackie Shane: Celebrating the life of a pioneer in Soul and LGBT+ representation.

      The famous transgender and African-American soul-singer of the 1960s, Jackie Shane,   passed away on Feb 22 of this year, 2019. Her passing not only robs the world of an extraordinary musician, but an icon to the transgender community as well.       Jackie Shane was […]

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SAB’s Coffee House: A look into the creative night with live performances of poetry and music.

      On Friday, Feb 15, The Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted another one of their famous Coffee Houses for Eastern students to enjoy after the first week back after Spring Break. Events like the Coffee House provide a carefree and relaxing environment for students who are trying to […]

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Personal Top 5 Music Videos

I watch music videos daily, so making a list of my favorite ones became very hard. I looked at some of the videos in my watch history recently to help. Here is a list of my current favorites! 1. “Peek-A-Boo” by Red Velvet Pizza delivery guys and murder are included in […]

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Eastern Presents “Uninvited Girl”: Why you should think about attending this event inspired by the hardships of immigration

      On Feb. 28, Eastern University will be hosting a one-woman performance called “Uninvited Girl.”  While a one-woman play seems unusual, this play first premiered in 2016 and has been performed for two years now.  It was first performed shortly after the presidential election at Christ Church Neighborhood […]

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The Art of Internships: A reflection on how simple work can greatly help others and encourage growth.

      A lot of my intern work consists of me sitting on my laptop and staring at my screen. Which, to most people, probably seems boring and dreary. This is understandable, but there are so many beautiful things inside of my internship that make up for any reservations […]

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Inside Netflix’s New Original Series: Dive into the reimagined show of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.

      Black cats, high school drama and the Dark Lord— this is all you need to dive deep into the new Netflix original series, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.       Based on the Archie Comics, this Netflix show, released just before Halloween of this year, follows […]

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Unity Week’s Painting Night: A look into the creative night held for Black History Month.

      In the month of Feb., there are multiple events that were held or are being held to celebrate Black History Month. The events ranged from panel discussions, presentations from professors and even a trivia night. However, included in the line up of the events was a Unity […]