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“Planet Her”: Doja Cat’s new empowering statement album is out of this world

“Planet Her”: Doja Cat’s new empowering statement album is out of this world

(Photo Courtesy of Kemosabe and RCA Records) Sabrina Monteiro Connector Contributor On June 25 of this year, talented rapper, singer and songwriter, Doja Cat, released a brand-new album, “Planet Her”. This release left fans feeling far beyond excited. It should come as no surprise that once again, she exceeded all expectations. The first track, “Woman”,

Inside Bo Burnham’s “Inside” comedy special

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix, Inc.) Kali Patterson Connector Contributor After a five-year hiatus from live comedy, Bo Burnham made a surprising return to the entertainment world. Filmed entirely in one room of his house and completely solo, his new Netflix special “Inside” is a look at Burnham’s experience with COVID-19 quarantine and his anxieties regarding

The best modern James Bond films to watch in anticipation of “No Time to Die’s” release

(Photo Courtesy of Eon Productions Ltd.) Harrison Lee Connector Editor His name is Bond, James Bond, and very soon, Agent 007 is about to shine in the 25th installment of the film franchise, “No Time to Die”. In this final stretch of anticipation, there are plenty of franchise entries to revisit in the meantime. To

“SOUR”: An emotional and relatable breakthrough album that is full of fury and heartbreak

(Photo Courtesy of Geffen Records) Allison Lam Connector Contributor On May 21, 18-year-old, Olivia Rodrigo, released her internet-breaking first album, “SOUR”. The album contained her well-known, previously released songs, “drivers license” and “deja vu”, along with newer hits like “brutal” and “happier”. Rodrigo has been in the public eye since a very young age. Many

“Humankind”: A challenger to “Civilization”

(Photo Courtesy of Amplitude Studios) Vernon Gibbs Connector Staff “Humankind” is an adventurous take on a classic genre of games. Published on Aug. 17 by Apex Studios, the minds behind the “Endless” game series, “Humankind” is a 4x game that aims to encompass human history. A 4x game is a type of strategy game which

“Life is Strange 3: True Colors”: Beloved franchise knocks it out of the park again

(Photo Courtesy of Square Enix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor The story-driven, choice game platformer series, “Life is Strange” by Square Enix Studios, has now released a new installment that exceeds all expectations. The game is set apart from the first two games and creates an entirely new atmosphere. In this game, the player is brought

The breaking “Twilight” of new movies that now eclipse Netflix’s collection of film

(Photo Courtesy of Summit Entertainment) Ciara Lanman Connector Contributor In November 2008, the “Twilight” film franchise took the world by storm. In 2021, the franchise still has the same effect. The “Twilight” saga was adapted from the 2005-2008 book series written by Stephanie Meyer. The four-book series was then developed into five films by splitting

Dear Stephen Chbosky, “Dear Evan Hansen” may be out of touch, and not for cinema

(Photo Courtesy of Universal Studios) Kaitlynn Sullivan Connector Contributor After winning six Tony Awards in 2017, including the title of Best Musical, the popular Broadway play “Dear Evan Hansen” finally hit the big screen on Friday, Sept. 24. Directed by Stephen Chbosky, with screenplay by Steven Levenson and music by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul,

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