Former arts editors Jacob Schick, Emily Himes, and Kaylie Ramirez, and former Editor-in-Chief Steven Everett review episode two of Oh Hello: The P’dcast.
Arts Critics Mull Over John Mulaney and Nick Kroll’s Podcast
“Oh, Hello: The P’dcast” is discussed by former editors Jacob Schick, Kaylie Ramirez, Emily Himes, and former editor-in-chief Steven Everett.
Billie Eilish Delivers James Bond Theme and More In Singles
Billie Eilish debuts her James Bond themed single, and Luke Bryan and Russell Dickerson release mediocre country songs.
There’s a Better Way to Do Woods College Registration for Undergrads
As a jaded senior, I thought I had experienced every obstacle that class registration had to offer: waking up for the early pick times, getting none of my classes because of the late pick times, forgetting to save my schedule in UIS and losing TKM’s Capstone class, everything. Monday, January 13 showed me I was…
Robbie’s Harley Quinn Soars in ‘Birds of Prey’
In ‘Birds of Prey,’ Margot Robbie shines as antihero Harley Quinn in newest DC Universe installment.
‘My Friend Fred’ and More in Singles
Sammy Kershaw, James Taylor, and KALEO all released new singles this week.
Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen Takes Off With Help From Other Breweries
Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen offers an unpretentious, balanced menu of food and beer, brewed for the time being with the help of other Boston breweries.
iEdit: Arts Editor Kaylie Ramirez Queues Up Chaos
In a reprisal of a 2000s staple of ‘The Heights,’ A1 editor Jacob Schick examines the musical sensibility of arts editor Kaylie Ramirez.
Miniseries ‘Unbelievable’ Realistically Presents True Plot
Netflix miniseries ‘Unbelievable’ illustrates a twisted true story honestly and understandably.
A1 Editor Jacob Schick gives a few examples in his column about the way movies can change emotions and feelings in a big way.