Although Hollywood has painted cowboys as the white John Wayne-style hero, Wild West imagery is often taken from Black and Indigenous cultures, pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 explains.
Music is “meant to be heard live,” writes music columnist Ava Hinz ’25 of her recent experience at a recent Bad Suns concert and the return of live music.
It’s time for all surfers to dive into the world of environmental activism, outdoor and travel columnist Ella Boyd SC ’22 argues.
Master of the beach read, Sally Rooney experiments with emails in her new book, “Beautiful World, Where Are You” — but these confusing messages are the novel’s downfall, book columnist Katie Hanson SC ’25 writes.
While many things have changed for food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25 as she’s grown up, one thing has remained a constant comfort — pumpkin bread.
Book columnist Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23 argues that despite its fictional nature, Richard Powers’ “The Overstory” is a powerful vehicle for environmentalism.
The season 3 soundtrack of “Sex Education” smoothly blends the retro and modern feels of the show, writes Barbara Norton PO ’25.
TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24 explores the morality of individualism and conformity through the lens of the episode “Auto Erotic Assimilation” of “Rick and Morty.”
Here are some songs to guide you through foggy feelings induced by the cooler weather lately.
Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 reviews the authenticity of the world of academia presented in Netflix’s “The Chair.”