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Nadya Ellerhorst


“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” movie review

Seeing as the second film didn’t quite live up to what I had hoped, I was apprehensive with whether the third one would continue the decline or if it would be an improvement.

You’ve seen her kind of eyes… Emma Stone is Cruella de Vil

The Academy Award-winning actress will star as the iconic villain in Disney's upcoming spin-off.

A love letter to Lara Jean Covey

It wasn’t until I watched “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” a movie whose main character is half-Korean, that I realized how badly I’d needed to see someone who looks like me on screen.

To the moon & the universe: the legacy of SOPHIE & MF DOOM

Both artists were celebrated by their peers and were considered some of the best the industry has ever produced.

Getting over the person you didn’t actually date

There’s nothing that makes you realize the conflict between the heart and the brain like an undefined relationship.

A COVID safe dating life

Although in-person activities are limited, there are plenty of creative, safe ways to celebrate love.

How to restart workout routine after a LONNNNNNG break

Finding the motivation to restart your workout and get back on track must come from within.

Why so S.A.D.: in defense of Singles Awareness Day

Deemed by Wikipedia to be an “unofficial” holiday, the day commemorates us parties of one.

Support group for Black-identified students

Ghynecee Temple, the Black, African American and African diaspora-focused clinician at the university’s Center for Counseling and Student Development, and Jennifer Major, a social justice postdoctoral fellow at the counseling center, have started a support group targeted at Black-identified students.

Short film, long story: Zach Woods’ “David”

Zach Woods' directorial debut packs a punch in just under 12 minutes.

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