2000s Nostalgia Night – A Review

BSU’s Program Council hosted a “2000s Nostalgia Night” on Thursday, September 28th from 8:00pm-10:00pm. The moment students crossed the threshold of the Dunn Conference Suite, a wave of the 2000s engulfed them, bringing back the unmistakable shimmer of reminiscence into their eyes. The air was effervescent with the fizzy notes of Crush sodas and Root […]

Ushering in a New Age of Queer Television

As queerbaiting fades from view, authentic queer representation in television is proudly taking the stage. The queerbaiting trio, SuperWhoLock (comprised of Supernatural, Doctor Who, and Sherlock), has been replaced by a genuinely queer trio of shows known as ShadowDeathOmens—What We Do In The Shadows, Our Flag Means Death, and Good Omens. What We Do in […]

All Is Not Quiet On The CW Front

Although CW has been seeing mass cancellations recently, there have been lots to like in their new shows and new episodes of existing shows. The first episode of the new season of Superman & Lois is a great start, exploring the relationship between Clark and Lois as they consider having another child. The show does […]

New MCU Movie Lost a Stinger

When I saw that there was going to be a third installment in the Ant-Man franchise, my first question was: who asked for this? Regardless, I was still looking forward to it because I enjoy Paul Rudd’s (he/him) character and I typically appreciate any new editions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), however, Ant-Man and […]

US “No Fly” List Leaked

On Thursday, January 19th, a Swiss hacktivist known as maia arson crimew (it/she) released a blog post detailing its discovery of the 2019 Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) “no fly” list. The no fly list is a subset of the FBI’s larger terrorist watch list that singles out people who are not allowed to board an […]

Knock at the Cabin Review

M. Night Shyamalan’s (he/him) Knock at the Cabin — an adaptation of the novel The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay (he/him) — is a truly haunting psychological horror. While taking a vacation in a remote cabin, a little girl, Wen (Kristen Cui) and her dads, Eric (Jonathan Groff, he/him) and […]

Bridgewater Podcast Review

Bridgewater State University is contained within the infamous Bridgewater Triangle which, much like the Bermuda Triangle, is an area in Massachusetts claimed to be a site of paranormal phenomena. Taking inspiration from this paranormal vortex, Aaron Mahnke (he/him) —producer of the Lore, Haunted Road, and 13 Days of Halloween podcasts — has created Bridgewater, an […]

The Unfounded Price of Glee

Having watched Glee in my tweens, I was intrigued by the release of The Price of Glee on Discovery+ on January 16th (note to self: cancel Discovery+ free trial). Featuring interviews with crew members, stand-ins, and friends and family of the cast of Glee, The Price of Glee investigates the alleged “curse” of the show, […]