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Sean Scott

Sean is a sophomore from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, majoring in journalism. He joined TMS at the beginning of his freshman year and has written almost every week since. 

In January, he joined the editorial staff as an Asst Campus & Community Editor. He also just recently became an Asst. Entertainment Editor. Sean enjoys writing about everything from City Council to profiles to music and movies. 

If he isn’t working on an article, Sean is probably exploring Oxford’s nature trails or listening to music, and the song is probably by Lorde or Florence and the Machine. 

He doesn’t have solid plans after graduation but hopes the next three years will be enough time to figure it out.

Pop Culture Convos - "Don't Worry Darling" and the future of Harry Styles

“Don’t Worry Darling” has been one of the most overexposed films in recent memory, with press fueled by the rifts between its director and stars. If no press is bad press, this movie could be huge, but what will that mean for everyone behind it? Today, co-hosts Maggie Peña and Sean Scott talk about how this film’s drama could impact Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles, plus what it may mean for the box office.

Pop Culture Convos - The Streaming Wars

Many people have replaced their cable television with streaming services; whether it be Netflix, Apple TV+, Hulu or HBO Max, there’s no denying streaming has had success over the past two decades. But where is streaming today, and where will it be in 10 years? Today, co-hosts Maggie Peña and Sean Scott are joined by staff writer Luke Macy to discuss the history and trajectory of streaming platforms. 

Sundial is dead, and I’m not too mad about it

Imagine my surprise when I learned that Miami University’s own Sundial Pizza was overhauled this summer courtesy of a new dining deal with Aramark, and that Armstrong’s new pizza option is named Eiffel Pizza.