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TikTok: Anything goes (and it’s pretty funny)

TikTok: Anything goes (and it’s pretty funny)

| Friday, February 14, 2020

There’s this app called TikTok. Maybe you’ve heard of it. It has certainly grown in popularity as of late — over 1.5 million downloads and climbing! The app is targeted to users under 18, and, by my estimation, is most popular among the middle-and-high schoolers, so it’s perfectly reasonable read more

Introducing: The Deep Diver

Introducing: The Deep Diver

| Thursday, February 13, 2020

Growing up, my house was always filled with music. My dad insisted surround sound be installed in nearly every room regardless of if there was a TV present or not. This led me down a path of fascination regarding any sort of music genre, with a variety that expanded read more

Is DJ Khaled ahead of his time?

Is DJ Khaled ahead of his time?

| Thursday, February 13, 2020

The sun has set off the coast of Miami, Florida and Khaled Mohamed Khaled is lost at sea. On a jet ski. “Aight, it’s dark,” Khaled tells his Snapchat audience in one video. “In a minute, there ain’t gonna be no lights to navigate us to where we need read more

Life and career of Kirk Douglas

Life and career of Kirk Douglas

| Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Kirk Douglas, considered one of the most influential actors of the mid-20th century, died on Feb. 5. He was 103. Kirk Douglas left quite an impression on the world of Hollywood, having starred in countless films. Douglas was also known for his work with various charitable organizations.  Born Issur read more

The Trophy Hunter: Final 2020 Oscar Ballot

The Trophy Hunter: Final 2020 Oscar Ballot

| Friday, February 7, 2020

With the 92nd Academy Awards rapidly approaching, it’s time for me to complete my Trophy Hunter series with a final Oscar ballot. This is the first time that I’ve been able to watch all 53 nominated feature films and shorts prior to Sunday’s ceremony, and I’ve decided to celebrate read more