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A Review of: Motown

Written By: Madison Harden Some of the fondest memories I have from my childhood are of my dad singing “My Girl” by The Temptations in a low, soulful voice, as he danced around the kitchen and got all of my family members to join in. Loud,

The Effect Of Black Panther on Minority Representation

Written By: Jeremiah Campoverde On March 10, 2018, Black Panther, the 18th addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, became one of only 33 films to gross $1 billion worldwide. The film has become a defining phenomenon in the cultural zeitgeist. Children are already dressing up as

The Birthday Party Review

Written By: Meagen Tajalle The Birthday Party is structurally peculiar, and when the curtain is drawn at the end of Act I, it feels premature. Meg and Petey Boles, an older couple who occupy a rundown boarding house somewhere outside of London, are introduced along with