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“Bandersnatch” combines interactive gaming with television

“Bandersnatch” combines interactive gaming with television

Dana Perelberg ’20

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts, National art blog

“Do you understand? Click yes or no.” The question pops up on my screen after a guided tutorial on how to watch “Bandersnatch”, the newest addition to the “Black Mirror” series on Netflix. At first the show seems like more of a game than an episode. But as an avid watcher of the series, I’ve...

Shuffling through Netflix, episode by episode

Shuffling through Netflix, episode by episode

Alex Spadacenta, Staff Writer

February 23, 2016


Filed under Opinions

*Click, no. Click, watched it yesterday. Click, don’t like this one. Click, seen it too many times.* This is what your typical Netflix night looks like. After a long week, all you want to do is find an episode of “Friends” you haven’t seen, curl up with some hot cocoa, and not move for t...

Little Girls in Beauty Pageants: Television Meets Bad Parenting

Little Girls in Beauty Pageants: Television Meets Bad Parenting

June 12, 2011


Filed under Opinions

A few weeks ago I came across an article about a mother who gave her 8-year-old beauty pageant competing daughter, a lovely gift of Botox. Well, why not? It makes perfect sense to give an 8-year-old Botox because she definitely needs to get rid of her wrinkles that she doesn’t have. Oh wait…neve...

A Supernatural Obession

A Supernatural Obession

May 27, 2011


Filed under Opinions

June 5, 2011-Teen Wolf, a new series premiers on MTV September 2011-Season three of The Vampire Diaries Begins November 18, 2011- Breaking Dawn Part 1 of the Twilight Saga is released in theatres. How many of those do I plan to watch? All of them. Since I encountered my first werewolf character in Harry Potter, I have followed almost every vampire ...

All Carell Breaks Loose: What’s Next for the Remaining Members of “The Office?”

All Carell Breaks Loose: What’s Next for the Remaining Members of “The Office?”

May 13, 2011


Filed under News

Charlie Greenwald '12 Web A&E Editor When the plane took off from Scranton Airport in Steve Carell’s final episode on television show “The Office,” fans across the country were all guessing the same thing: What’s next? Michael Scott, Carell’s eccentric character from NBC’s wildly successful comedy sho...

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