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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

I absolutely LOVE the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. It is one of the reasons why, as a child, I would often tell people I wanted to be a pirate when I grew up. (And, if I’m being honest, I still tell people this.) The first two movies in this franchise are incredible, and it… Continue reading Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

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Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer

This book follows the individual stories of Juliet and Declan and how they become intertwined. Juliet’s mother recently passed away and to help cope with the sadness, Juliet writes letters to her mother and leaves them at her grave. One day, a letter is discovered by Declan, who is doing community service in the graveyard… Continue reading Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer

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Get Out

Get Out directed by Jordan Peele is a mystery/thriller movie about Chris, an African American man, meeting his girlfriend Rose’s parents at their country estate for the first time. Upon arriving, Rose’s family seems unaccustomed with how to act around African Americans, so their conversations with Chris seem forced. At first, Chris assumes they are… Continue reading Get Out

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Duality by Set It Off

ATTN: Fall Out Boy Fans Do you absolutely adore Fall Out Boy? Do you enjoy their complex, witty, and often sassy lyrics? Do you wish they were better and had trumpets? Look no further! Give this band a listen because they're a game changer! I discovered this band while browsing Spotify roughly two days ago, and… Continue reading Duality by Set It Off

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Insanity by Cameron Jace

This semester, I am taking a class called Research in Literary Studies. Before you get too bored, this class is strictly on everything Alice in Wonderland. We started by reading Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Hunting of the Snark (not exactly Alice in Wonderland, but close enough!), and watching several Alice films. We then read… Continue reading Insanity by Cameron Jace

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Death of a Bachelor by Panic! At the Disco

Death of a Bachelor, released in January of last year, is the first album by Panic! at the Disco since the band members left the band. Brendon Urie is the sole remaining member of the band. He played most of the instruments in this album himself, but received the help of several musicians. For this… Continue reading Death of a Bachelor by Panic! At the Disco