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A Journey to the Past Carries ‘Anastasia’ to the Present in Broadway’s Newest Hit Musical

A Journey to the Past Carries ‘Anastasia’ to the Present in Broadway’s Newest Hit Musical

Emily Berg, Culture & Entertainment Department Lead
May 28, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

A look into Broadway's New Spin on the 1997 Animated Film Anastasia with a special interview with it's lead actress, Christy Altomare.

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I’m Asian and I Don’t “Relate” to Mulan: Asian-Pacific Islander Representation in the Media

I’m Asian and I Don’t “Relate” to Mulan: Asian-Pacific Islander Representation in the Media

Emily Berg, Entertainment & Culture Department Lead
May 26, 2017
Filed under Commentary, Culture & Entertainment

Confession Time: As someone who is not your stereotypical “Han Chinese” (picture Disney’s Mulan) nor “shy Asian nerd,” I didn’t see myself on the big screen until last year. Yep, that’s right, I didn’t even relate to Mulan.

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The Changing Face of TV Platforms

The Changing Face of TV Platforms

Emily Berg, Entertainment & Culture Department Lead
May 26, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

By 2018, nearly 1 in 4 Americans will not longer have a traditional cable or satellite TV subscription. It is clear that the face of TV today is much different and cable networks need to change or become obsolete.

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TV Shows that Return in April

TV Shows that Return in April

Hannah Courtain, Staff Writer of Culture & Entertainment
May 2, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

Many new and returning shows are premiering this April. Here is a list with dates, so you don't miss out on any.

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A Disney Classic: The New Beauty and the Beast

A Disney Classic: The New Beauty and the Beast

Hannah Courtain, Staff Writer of Culture & Entertainment
April 28, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

The SMA Ms. Print's Culture & Entertainment department reviews Disney's newest live action movie remake, Beauty and the Beast.

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Why The World Needs Wonder Woman

Why The World Needs Wonder Woman

Emily Berg, Entertainment & Culture Department Lead
April 25, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

Despite being one of the first comic book superheroes and one of the most popular, it is only after 75 years is Wonder Woman getting her first standalone film.

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The Evolution of Wonder Woman Through The Comics

The Evolution of Wonder Woman Through The Comics

Emily Berg, Entertainment & Culture Department Lead
April 25, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

As the world waits in eager anticipation for Wonder Woman's first stand alone movie, take a look at how Wonder Woman evolved in tangent with women's history in America through her most popular comic book covers.

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5 Fictional Female Role Models to celebrate Womens History Month with

5 Fictional Female Role Models to celebrate Womens History Month with

Hannah Courtain, Staff Writer of Culture & Entertainment
March 21, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

These five inspiring fictional female protagonists from hit TV shows, movies and books give great examples of people everyone should strive to become.

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The sensational coming of age film: Moonlight

The sensational coming of age film: Moonlight

Hannah Courtain, Staff Writer of Culture & Entertainment
March 21, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

The film Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins, shows the struggle that LGBTQ+ men in the United States can face growing up, and in their daily lives, living within a society that is not accepting.

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Why People Are Turning On La La Land: An Investigation Into Overhyping Media

Why People Are Turning On La La Land: An Investigation Into Overhyping Media

Emily Berg, Culture & Entertianment Department Lead
March 21, 2017
Filed under Culture & Entertainment

Despite La La Land's success at the 2017 Academy Awards and initial glowing reviews, audiences are turning on La La Land. It seems that La La Land’s Achilles heel is that is perceived as too good. Audiences come in with high expectations that will never be fully fulfilled.

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