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Since the loss of beloved Mountaineer Benjamin Pravecek, students have come forth with stories detailing how West Virginia University has let their mental health down.According to the WVU mission statement, “[the University community commits] to creating a diverse and inclusive culture that …

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has been dominating the big screen for a little over a decade now, raking in hundreds of millions consistently with each blockbuster release. Their films feel more like global events or holidays with the way giddy fans run to their nearest theater to see e…

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It only takes a few minutes into Natasha Kermani and Brea Grant’s metaphorical home invasion flick before you realize the subversive ride you’re in for. May (Brea Grant) is woken in the night by an intruder (Hunter C. Smith), and after waking her husband Ted (Dhruv Uday Singh) in a panic, he…

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When “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” arrived on Netflix in 2018 (the first in the series), it was deemed a teenage rom-com hit by critics and audiences alike, both for its ingenious hook of a premise involving true love found within a fake relationship, and for a powerhouse performance f…

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As we arrive into a new year still burdened by the ongoing pandemic, it seems a miracle that the annual Park City film festival managed to have such a successful transition to a virtual experience. Under its new director, Tabitha Jackson, the program was packed with hidden gems that should b…

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In an unprecedented year of constant anxiety and new challenges, many of us searched for normalcy in any place we could find it, and for film lovers, we were blessed with an impressive amount of great cinema to escape with. The resilience of the human spirit to make art was not lost in the m…

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With a semester of online classes, many of us have lost the simple joy of strolling through campus with earbuds blaring, and full-blown concerts still feel like an unrealistic daydream. However, that didn’t stop many of our bedrooms from becoming personal dance floors, and music revealed thi…

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Writer and director Chirstopher Landon has been entwined with the horror genre ever since the late 2000s with “Disturbia,” his tween thriller take on Hitchock’s “Rear Window,” but it wasn’t until breakout hit “Happy Death Day” that his distinctive comedic edge and knack for making horror inf…

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In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, lead star of Netflix’s “The Queen’s Gambit,” Anya Taylor-Joy, said her initial reaction when writer and director Scott Frank mentioned the part and she read Walter Tevis’ novel of the same name: “I’m not a runner, but I ran to that meeting.”

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With classes primarily held online and many students required to share their screen, there are some things that you wouldn’t think needed to be reminded to college students. But here we are, almost at the end of the semester, and it seems like students are forgetting basic manners.

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Based on Ben Dunn’s comic series “Warrior Nun Areala,” Netflix’s original series “Warrior Nun” follows the adventures of Ava Silva (played by Alba Baptista), who is resurrected as the result of a freak accident involving a sacred relic. A cast of heroes is briefly introduced — guerilla nuns …

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People all around the world are being affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. While staying inside seems like a dream to some, others are negatively affected with the increase in job loss and financial insecurity. Many large corporations are helping in any way that seems to fit their business, bu…

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When entering an elevator, it’s critical that you attempt to get on before allowing others enough time to exit. Upon departure you may see someone frantically trying to catch the elevator door. Simply look the other way and click the door close button as if you’re not aware of their presence…

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