The day I downloaded Tik Tok, a little part of my soul died.
With a Netflix TV adaptation already in the works, the novel was named by the New York Times Book Review as one of the “Most Anticipated Books of 2020” after its initial English-language release was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Isa Fabro, Cecilia Leung, Jean Trinh and Sonoko Sakai introduce novelty to cooking.
Charlie Kaufman’s latest film alluringly portrays a whimsical and often confusing psyche.
When we talk about music today, how often do we think about yesterday? Artists of the past and present are finding a new voice and ways to spread important messages through their music and performance during the pandemic.
As constructions of gender continue to evolve in society, and thereby in cannabis spaces, we must remain wary of the way cultural and class barriers will continue to act as gatekeepers for marginalized women.
HBO Max contains a multitude of great selections to watch; here are some notable picks to get your streaming started.
The increased accessibility to films and television is a double-edged sword, a battle in which the gatekeepers of “great cinema” are steadily losing and the general public seems to gain a greater edge.
SCA senior Avery Davis discusses the inspiration behind their most iconic looks and how they stay positive.
A virtual screening for award-winning documentary “Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle,” following former Los Angeles Times reporter Ruben Salazar, commemorates the 50th year following the Chicano Rebellion.