Sabrina Spence

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Lusting for more Bridgerton? Here are five period pieces to watch as you wait for season two

From Frankenstein to tsars of Russia, there are shows to help you cope until the release of another season of Bridgerton.

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‘A good song is forever’: Gosha Guppy on his new music video and being a full-time rapper while in college

If his new music video is any indication of what’s next, then Gosha Guppy is on his way to turning his music into a lifestyle that established fans and new listeners alike will want to experience. 

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Bring back the nostalgia: Animated TV shows that deserve a reboot

Watching the Warner siblings take on 2020 made me nostalgic for other animated series that would do well streaming into our living rooms today. 

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‘Happiest Season’: Fun, gay and bright, but Mackenzie Davis’s character sucks

It’s safe to say that there’s a character who needs a personality transplant, but the film is marvelous and I would recommend it if Mackenzie Davis’s character wasn’t a horrible person.

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Making space for Black creatives: Noir Collective validates the Black artistic voice

A new club on campus, Noir Collective is proving that being a creative is a viable option for Black people and is creating a space for them to explore creativity, especially with other artists. 

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Post-election blues: TV shows for the politically-minded

The best way to get over the post-election blues is to watch something with the same amount of political intrigue, backstabbing and diplomacy as the 2020 election.

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Cast n’ Crew finds way to show off student talent through virtual showcase

Their Fall 2020 Showcase was a success, showcasing student talent and fortitude when performances are few and far between.

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The Black Rep makes ‘Front Porch Society’ a memorable virtual experience

While it would seem that watching a production via Zoom would take away some of that so-called “theatre magic,” that wasn’t the case with “Front Porch Society.”

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Local artists bring social justice art to South 40 Underpass

A different kind of welcome message greeted new students at the South 40 Underpass this year.

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Live-action ‘Mulan’ provides drama where original provided humor

A big fan of musicals, Senior Cadenza Editor Sabrina Spence expected that the lack of music in the new “Mulan” would be a problem. She was wrong.

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