“The Name of the Wind” Offers Accessible High Fantasy

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Nobody hated high fantasy more than me. Nobody. I used to say, “if there’s a map on the front of the book,...

“The Female Persuasion” Tackles Issues Through Narratives

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About a month ago, I decided to pick up "The Female Persuasion" by Meg Wolitzer while waiting for a coffee. The title...

Imma Let You Finish but “Miss Americana” is on Netflix

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Taylor Swift is known for her songs about breakups and her obsession over cats. But in her new Netflix documentary, “Miss Americana”...

Bendigo Fletcher Offers Stunning Concert Experience

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Last fall, I stumbled across a Louisville, KY-based group that called themselves Bendigo Fletcher. Being a native Kentuckian living out of his...

“Hunger Games” Prequel Surrounded by Controversy

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The “Hunger Games” is coming back to the silver screens, but this time without the girl on fire. Last...

All You Need is Love: A Review of Season Two of “You”

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A killer. An obsession. The second most populated city in America.  What could go wrong? Last month,...

Eminem Continues to Disappoint with New Album

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Rapper Marshall Mathers, known by his stage name Eminem and his alter ego Slim Shady, has had a rough couple of years....

Faeries Are Real in This Series

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"This is no ordinary fairy-tale, but I shall start it just the same... Once upon a time, eleven years ago to be...

Check Out the Best Albums of 2019

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This year's music reflected more than ever the world around it. Changing political and social landscapes were reflected by the diversity of...

Young’s Debut Novel “Sky in the Deep” Doesn’t Disappoint

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Adrienne Young’s stunning debut novel, "Sky in the Deep," tells the story of an ancient rivalry between the Aska and the Riki;...

“American Son” Evokes Conversations about Race

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Within the past several years, the discussion about law enforcement’s treatment of black Americans has dominated the media. Body camera video recordings...

Why Gilmore Girls is the Best TV Show

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Coffee. Family. Small town. Coffee. Food. Drama. Coffee. Feel-good comedy. Relationships. Mother and daughter. Oh, and did I mention coffee? This is...

The Curse of Oak Island is a Must Watch

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Netflix recently added the show “The Curse of Oak Island” to their expansive list of available TV shows and movies. The show...

Shattered Glass: An Old Film Speaks to Reporting Today

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By: Noah Staggs Director:  Billy Ray Cast:  Hayden Christensen, Peter Sarsgaard, Hank Azaria, Steve Zahn, Chloe Sevigny

You need to watch American Horror Story This Fall

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*This article contains spoilers* October — the month known for fall, Halloween and watching freaky TV shows and movies...

Music Department Welcomes Pianist Kirill Gliadkovsky

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The Wittenberg University Department of Music and Faculty Endowment Fund Board co-welcomed pianist Kirill Gliadkovsky to campus and sponsored his piano performance...

Richard Dawson Criticizes Modern Life in “2020”

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Prolific English industrial and folk experimentalist Richard Dawson, known for his bizarre and winding experimental records, released his sixth LP, "2020," after...

Netflix Presents New Drama “The Politician”

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*This article contains spoilers, which include suicidal tendencies. Read at your own risk. Many of the shows that stream on Netflix sometimes deal with major...

“Joker” is a Fascinating Yet Unsatisfying Character Study

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This review may contain spoilers for "Joker." After weeks of intense controversy surrounding the inherently sensitive material of the film,...

The Black Keys Visit Columbus on “Let’s Rock” Tour

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After a five-year hiatus, Akron-native blues rock duo The Black Keys simultaneously announced their ninth studio album, "Let's Rock," and announced a...

“Unbelievable” Gives Hope and Justice to Marie Adler

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The number of reported rapes that yield false reports is shockingly small, counter to what media might portray it to be. Netflix’s...

Bendigo Fletcher “Memory Fever” Review

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As a native Kentuckian living in central Ohio, I often feel out of my element. I don't really know anyone, understand the bizarre Ohio...

“Looking for Alaska”: Is it worth the hype?

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"Looking for Alaska," John Green’s Printz Award winning, bestselling novel is being adapted into a mini-series on Hulu. The first episode is...