This fall, as I settled into a routine that mostly involved going to class and then burrowing into my bed for several hours, I began to crave a sense of this adventure. Then, Atria Books (a Simon & Schuster imprint) sent me an advanced reader copy of “The Cloisters,” Katy Hays’ debut novel, and I found exactly what I was looking for.
I suspect many people of my generation haven’t come to appreciate the beauty of Frank Capra’s 1946 Christmas film, "It's a Wonderful Life."
“Pokémon Scarlet” and “Violet,” the introduction to the ninth generation of the series, represent the first steps toward a very necessary shakeup. Unfortunately, they’re also an absolute technical nightmare.
“The Fabelmans” is incredible, but that’s not surprising for a Steven Spielberg film. What is surprising is that it could be a top-five Spielberg film of all time.
Weird Al, the whitest and nerdiest man in Hollywood, dares to be stupid in his newest film "Weird" which begins his saga of movies. It's better than a party in the CIA, and you'll feel like an amish in paradise. Fans will eat it up.
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” reminded me why I started loving Marvel in the first place.
In collaboration with Miami Activities and Programming, student-run theater organization Stage Left struck gold November 10-12 with “The Percy Jackson Musical: The Lightning Thief.”
Consider adding the following songs to your Thanksgiving playlist.
The new collaborative album between Drake and 21 Savage very much feels like a Drake album that just happens to have a lot of features from 21 Savage rather than a true collaboration.
On Oct. 26, Rihanna announced that she would release her first single in six years. The long awaited single, which was released Oct. 28, comes in anticipation of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” which was released on Nov. 11.
I’ve heard it a lot since I came to Miami University: “There’s really nothing to do in Oxford.” Is there really not anything to do, or are we just not looking in the right places?
On Sept. 27, the Try Guys announced Ned Fulmer’s departure from the group after his cheating scandal.