Derek “Daddy Derek” Savage is an author and filmmaker most known for his kids’ safety public service announcement: Cool Cat Saves the Kids. Derek Savage’s masterpiece first became internet famous after Adum from Your Movie Sucks did a review of the film February 2015. The channel I Hate Everything (IHE) then did a review of the film, which prompted Derek Savage to take action to a level the depths of man could only dream of. And soon he’ll be directing his next film Cool Cat Stops a School Shooting. But first some information about the greatest filmmaker to ever live.
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Elizabeth Wyman is a senior journalism major and writes "Wyman's Words" for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. Write to Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warning: This review may contain spoilers for this episode and previous episodes of The Walking Dead.
Disclaimer: This playthrough is based on the PS4 version of the game.
Stay Outside, a local band consisting of vocalist Aaron Becker, guitarist Garrett Johnston, bassist Sean West, and drummer Noah Mitchener, released a remixed EP called O,FN II. The EP takes the songs “Braveheart,” “Void,” and “Wanderer” from their previous EP, Okay, For Now and revamps them in a softer, more mellow tone while adding an appropriate “II” to the end of each title. It’s important to know going forward that this is a remix, this isn’t what the band normally sounds like. While these new songs aren’t a stretch for the band, it isn’t what you’d usually hear from them.
“Hir and Now” explores the long-standing relationships between queerness and the theatre. It brings in such disparate evidence as Will Cather’s short story “Paul’s Case” and Kinky Boots. The discussion takes on queer stereotypes as well as the welcoming outlet for queer performers that theatre in America has long represented.
Demi Lawrence is a freshman telecommunications journalism major and writes "Demi's Diems" for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. Write to Demi at email@example.com.
Justice Amick is a junior news journalism major and writes “Pencil Shavings" for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. Write to Justice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The quarterfinals this year were quite historic, for once. Every single team who previously won an LCS split has now been knocked out, leaving an empty banner for either a new team fresh into the split or a team who has been competing for the banner for a while now. How did this happen? Who destroyed this world we knew for so long? Why did TSM not wonnered? Well, let’s just hop straight into talking about the quarterfinals matches
Welcome to Byte's new and improved How It's Played. On this week's episode we will be discussing the world of indie games and the game that got everyone in the horror genre talking, Doki Doki Literature Club. Stay tuned to find out our thoughts on this and more.
Crystal Pennell is a sophomore telecommunications journalism major and writes "Over the Rainbow" for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. Write to Crystal at email@example.com.
This week on Pop Tabs Matt, Daley, and Dylan discuss Jake Paul’s gun violence documentary, Frances McDormand’s speech at the Oscars advocating for inclusion riders, and Trump’s recent comments on the dangers of violent video games.
The internet is a place filled with many strange things. If this column has covered anything, it’s the bizarre and oddly specific nature of internet obsessions. Some things may start as jokes, fun memes that originate from small communities. Then it spreads, and suddenly people that would never expect to stumble upon something strange end up on some bizarre website. But that’s enough about the forum for weirdos who chew ice, we’re obviously here to talk about vaporwave. First, start up this song, which is the first result when you type “that one vaporwave song” into basically any search engine. It’ll get you into the a e s t h e t i c mood.
Since the beginning of cell phones, there have been many questions about the safety of using them. Do they give people cancer? Are they causing young people to be less social? And arguably the most interesting: are they listening to us?
Created by ENG 494 students at Ball State University, the InQueeries & Theories series focuses on topics pertaining to the LGBTQ+ community, including literature, movies, music, television shows, recent news, pop culture, etc.
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This week on Remixed/ Coven we are talking about inspirational women because this month is International Women's Month! We are also discussing Drake's cover of Lemon, Eminem's controversial new song, Lil Dicky's new song, and Pearl Jam's out-of-the-blue release.
Disclaimer: This playthrough is based on the PS4 version of the game. This copy of the game was provided by the developer for review purposes.
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We're back witches, with another magical episode of the Coven Podcast. This week, we're looking at social media and how it can have it negative sides. Social media can be used for a plethora of things, but there are definitely some negative activities that occur. Be prepared, because we talk about some serious topics in this episode of The Coven.