Whether the movies have been decent or terrific or dreadfully second-rate, it has been a bountiful season, with many a movie to deliberate.
“Girl” is being revamped, reused, changed in its meaning. In many ways the word “girl” is being reclaimed.
This obsession with “humanizing” celebrities seems to become worse the more intimate a relationship is. I believe romantic relationships have become the worst mirrors for the non-celebrity world.
Possessing a photo of a smaller, tweenager version of yourself looking a little ill-favored with a smile from ear to ear, seems to be a guaranteed occurrence for almost every single friend I have ever had. But the awkward phase is coming to its extinction, and the effects of its disappearance are a lot more detrimental than one might think.
I walk to the mailbox and see a package that I’ve long awaited; I ordered it weeks ago and am so excited to have finally received it. For me, this box is typically filled with clothes. I love looking good, getting compliments and receiving external validation. Finding clothes that other people think look good on me gives me the validation I desire.
Destroyer of worlds, savior of cinema. Two starkly different films, one fateful release date. Grossing a combined $368 million in their first week, Barbenheimer will go down in history as the catalyst of the movie theater attendance renaissance.
There is no way for children to refuse being in the content based around them, especially when there is pressure coming from a parental figure who they respect and feel attached to.
There are few times in a person’s life where they are given the opportunity to recreate themselves and stray from the persona they have formed, to become something new. Leaving home for the first time is the moment in most people’s lives where they take hold of this chance, when they feel drawn to redesign.
Claudia Munoz is a junior English major and Mustang News opinion columnist. The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang Media Group. Oh boy, how […]
Claudia Munoz is a junior English major and Mustang News opinion columnist. The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang Media Group. Over the summer, […]
It’s been long believed that spaghetti originated in China. Traders along the Silk Road brought the recipe of a basic wheat noodle back from China and introduced it to the […]