Spectrum, one of Ball State’s LGBT+ student groups, hosted their semi annual drag show in Ball Gymnasium on Saturday, Nov 3, which in total raised $1504 for Muncie OUTreach, a non-for-profit LGBT youth group.
This was the final Smash Direct before the release of the highly anticipated game on December 7 and Director Masahiro Sakurai himself had plenty new information to tide fans over until the game’s release. The details of which include plenty of additions to the expansive roster and major developments in gameplay that have not been seen before.
After days of social media promotions, passing out hundreds of flyers at the Scramble Light, and getting people preregistered, the Ball State Student Honors Council opened the doors for their annual free horror event. The theme for this year was Tales of Terror, with every room showcasing separate scary folk stories.
The ceremony is set to last around an hour and a half with The Breakfast Club’s Charlamagne Tha God, Stuff You Missed in History Class co-host Holly Frey, and country radio personality Bobby Bones all hosting the live awards program. President of iHeartMedia’s podcasting division, Conal Byrne said the show will, “provide a forum to celebrate high-caliber, creative content that has made podcasting a major new audio category.”
This week on Pop Tabs Matt, Tt, and Phil discuss a new offensive Handmaid’s Tale Halloween costume, Taylor Swift’s support of the Democrats in Tennessee, and James Gunn joining the DCEU.
Jeremy and Matt break down reports that Blink 182’s UFO company ‘To The Stars Academy’ is $37 million in debt.
Jeremy and Matt break down Marvel’s Iron Fist being cancelled by Netflix and its possible jump to Disney’s streaming service.
This week on Pop Tabs Matt, Jeremy, and Jake discuss Pete Davidson’s inappropriate jokes about Ariana Grande, Total War: Rome II unapologetically including women in their game, and Shane Dawson’s documentary series on Jake Paul.
WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey confirmed in an on-stage interview that the new service would be subscription-based and arrive in the fourth quarter of 2019. “We are committed to launching a compelling and competitive product that will serve as a complement to our existing businesses.” Stankey went on to add that this advancement will, “help us to expand our reach by offering a new choice for entertainment with the WarnerMedia collection of films, television series, documentaries and animation.” Currently Time Warner owns several media brands like CNN and TBS as well as entertainment properties such as “Harry Potter” and “Batman”.
This week on Pop Tabs Matt, Isabella, and Shwetha discuss the new Bowsette craze, cell phone addiction increase and health risks, and the poor reception to J.K. Rowling’s creating of a new Asian character.