The Mandalorian return with a shorter but jam-packed episode for the books. With something for everyone, The Pirate sets season three up for something huge with nothing but smiles to show for it.
I have witnessed firsthand how academic validation can cause students anxiety and unneeded stress. Many of my closest friends in high school felt the need for academic validation that I do. Those same friends often were so focused on getting the perfect grades that they didn’t have a life outside of the classroom.
One might think that these accomplishments would be the main story to come out of this game, but you would be wrong...in the closing minutes of the game, LSU, fans and even Iowa knew the game was over. This prompted Reese to taunt Clark, using the "you can't see me" gesture, popularized by WWE wrestler John Cena. Next, she pointed at her hand signaling she was ready for the ring.
When Senate Bill 480 goes into law, this life-saving care will become unavailable for all trans Hoosiers under the age of 18 in the state of Indiana. Many of our legislators have decided to go against the advice of medical professionals to ensure their bigotry becomes the standard by which all Hoosier parents must abide.
In today’s world and environment, there should be more inclusivity and more acceptance of one another. We should be celebrating each other’s flaws and differences instead of just looking at one flaw and purely judging and shunning people off of that one flaw.
While having great visuals and exciting new gameplay mechanics, Destiny 2's new expansion Lightfall falls short of expectations. With a weak and unconvincing story, the expansion only delivers a mediocre OK.
After riding the way of the very successful It Ends With Us, Colleen Hoover's follow-up novel It Starts With Us never should have started at all. Poorly written characters, unlikeable motivations, and awkward stylistic choices make this would-be romance into a true train wreck.
Returning with a clever twist of the classic whodunit, You season 4 part 2 keeps viewers on their toes and follows everyone's favorite psychopath. With twists, turns, and a whole lot of crazy, You remains a Netflix classic.
While not a stand-out episode in its own right, "The Foundling" establishes big plans for The Mandalorian season three. Laying the groundwork for something huge, The Mandalorian continues a stellar new season.
Shifting the focus off of our favorite space dad, The Mandalorian season 3 episode 3 delivers a heartfelt character study into the soul of the star wars universe. Drawing emotion from Disney's major dramatic success Andor, The Mandalorian shows it has just as much heart as it does style.
Coming off of a somewhat slow start, The Mandalorian season 3 comes in with an action packed second episode. With wholesome moments, original trilogy references, and a butt load of Star Wars action fun, episode 2 has something for everyone.
Striking back at its roots, the Star Wars-set western The Mandalorian returns to Disney+ with a familiar formula. Following The Book of Boba Fett, The Mandalorian season three opens with a solid and comforting pilot episode.
Playing Sims has become a coping mechanism for me to regain a sense of control when I feel powerless in real life. I can carefully manage the lives of my Sims characters from the safety and comfort of my own home, free from anxiety and self-doubt.
Success can be achieved only when we are not constantly getting burnt out or feeling at war in our own minds. In a sense, hobbies are the toolkits we need to break out of our heads and have healthy mental states.
Even with stunning visuals and some amazing storylines, Antman and the Wasp: Quantomania fails to achieve the success of its predecessors. Falling flat with poor writing and special effects, the new Marvel film doesn't hold up to the MCU legacy.
Despite years of hype and a legacy of classic emo bangers, Paramore resurfaces with a recycled and uninspired new album. Delivering little in the way of new style, This Is Why falls flat across Paramore's discography.
Women don’t have to be complicit, and we aren’t there to be kissed. We don’t have to fantasize about the princes that will come. We’re allowed to be more, more than forced kisses and intimate grabs, being told to stay behind the hero or being the quiet caretakers.