Tuesday, March 19, 2019

‘God Friended Me’ continues to be heavenly TV

Ariel Molinaro As the red-carpet award season prepares to wrap-up with the upcoming 91st Academy Awards later this month, television audiences have the opportunity to...

‘Bandersnatch’ snatches viewers

Victoria Salvatore Choose your own adventure is a familiar genre when it comes to books and video games but movies have now broken into that...

Sabrina spooks post-Halloween

Sam Odom Riding on the wave of popularized and successful nostalgia, Netflix’s recently released “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is a hit. I was drawn to this...

Riverdale goes supernatural for Season 3

Peter Edgar Like several teen heartthrob telenovelas before it, Riverdale is back for a third season. The series’ first and second series are available on Netflix, and the...

‘Time is Up’ for identity politics in Hollywood: slacktivism does nothing

Adrianna Cole Every time award season starts, I get this glimmer of hope that it will be different. Clearly, I’m suffering from insanity because Hollywood...

Horsing around with ‘Bojack Horseman’

Hayden Gotch The Netflix Original Series BoJack Horseman is, at the surface, a story about a washed up celebrities return to relevance but the show...

Kevin Spacey, the divide between actor and role

Derrick Jean-Baptiste Hollywood is currently in the midst of sexual scandal that has blindsided many within the field. With all of the allegations coming a...

Don’t call ‘I.T’ on this great show

By John Magee The IT Crowd is a British comedy that began back in 2006 and ran for four seasons and an additional finale episode. The...

Putting American adaptations to death

By Michael Bertram American directors and filmmakers adapting foreign shows and films is nothing new. It seems every few years, a foreign classic is remade...

Don’t call for ‘Mother’ with this show

By Allison O’Connor After a long day of classes, I head back to my room and open my laptop. My first click is to Netflix...

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Southern Takeover for ‘19-‘20 school year to take place in the fall

Peter Edgar The next Southern Takeover will take place within the fall semester next school year, Assistant Director of Student Involvement Jackie Inskeep announced at...

Steak ‘n Shake, graduation tickets discussed at spring Town Hall

Jillian Kurtz At Student Government Association’s semesterly Town Hall meeting held on March 13, Florida Southern administrators addressed the official Steak ‘n Shake contract as...

Florida Southern to partner with Lakeland Regional Health

Peter Edgar, Abby McHenry, and Erin Daugherty In an effort to provide better health services to students, the Student Health Center (SHC) is modifying its...