“Couple Goals”

By Alexandra Noble We all have this picture perfect vision of what we want in a guy (or girl) as well as how we see relationships. Do you ever wonder why we get this image so imprinted into our heads? Could it be that we see all of these fictitious television relationships and we somehow […]

Shows For Kids, Humor For Adults

By Matt Morr Growing up in the 1990’s and early 2000’s, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network were the two premier networks for kids to watch television. Shows like “Spongebob”, “Rugrats”, and “The Fairly Odd Parents” were broadcast every day on Nickelodeon. Because these are shows for kids, they were full of clean humor and appropriate content. […]

Human Enough To Walk The Earth?

Westworld Pt. II: Maeve’s Quest For Freedom By: TJ Rotolico      As the host, it’s their job to enthrall the guests. They are what makes the park called “Westworld” a real deal experience sold for the guest’s delight. With so many storylines, paths, personalities, and phrases, it’s fairly difficult to choose just one favorite […]

The Newest Member of Sesame Street

By: Zack Lander Many of us grew up right at a time when children’s television shows was a very big thing. Stations like PBS had shows like “Arthur,” “Between the Lions,” and of course “Sesame Street.” These shows were there to educate us about many different things. It taught shapes, colors, and letters. Things like […]

Are You Happy?

By: Joel DiMambro The late and great Robin Williams once said, “I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy. Because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless, and they don’t want anybody else to feel like that.” For years I’ve followed the comedic and musical skills of Bo […]