On Feb. 16, Sasha Spielberg released the first single, “Coolhand,” from her upcoming EP Facepaint, under her stage name, Buzzy Lee. Previously, she has published music with her band that she formed with her brother Theo, called “Wardell”.
For National Eating Disorder Awareness (NEDA) Week, which ran from Feb. 26 to March 4, the Wake Forest PEERS (Peers, Educating, Engaging, Reaching, and Supporting) prepared a series of events to promote body positivity, eating disorder awareness, and self-care called “Wake the Beautiful” with the support of Thrive and the Office of Wellbeing.
I think we can all agree that middle school sucks. Kids are undergoing rapid changes in a world that doesn’t slow down. Young teenagers have to deal with puberty, increased academic and extracurricular pressures and unpredictable moods. They’re exposed to thrilling ideas and devastating truths. They begin to question their place in their family and […]
Weight loss resolutions are an inevitable part of the New Year. Although often well-meaning, these resolutions are usually unsuccessful, as 95 percent of diets ultimately fail. In addition, weight loss methods can have dangerous consequences.
Steven Spielberg’s The Post is no E.T., Schindler’s List or Jaws. When your career highs are so masterful and universally loved, anything that is not absolutely magnificent and revolutionary pales in comparison. That being said, The Post is still well-directed, deftly acted and highly relevant in today’s political climate.
As Halloween quickly approaches, it’s a great time to revist some horror movie classics. Horror is often hit-or-miss, but when it’s done well, horror can have a profound impact on the audience and provide insightful cultural commentary while still entertaining and frightening the audience.
Actress and author Diane Guerrero, known for her roles as Maritza on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black and as Lina on Jane the Virgin, visited campus on Thursday, Sept. 28, to speak for Latinx Heritage Month and the “Journeys to Success” speaker series.
Darren Aronofsky is particularly skilled at depicting the destruction of obsession.
A fear of clowns seems to have worked its way into our collective unconscious.
According to the National Eating Disorders Association, full blown eating disorders are most likely to develop between the ages of 18-21.
Since the video for her single “Video Games” went viral in 2011, Lana del Rey has established herself as the go-to tragic, femme fatale, alternative-pop singer of our era.
Warning: Spoiler Alerts Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why takes an unflinching look at teen bullying, sexual assault and suicide.
Jordan Peele’s new satirical thriller Get Out begins as a young black man walks alone in an affluent white suburb late at night.
This week (Feb. 26 to March 4) is the National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, led by the National Eating Disorders Association.
With the 89th Academy Awards coming up on Sunday, Feb. 26, many film enthusiasts are publishing their predictions.
Movie director M. Night Shyamalan does not shy away from controversy.
Let me get right to the point: crash-diets don’t work.
In the wake of the recent election, President-elect Donald Trump has been in the limelight as he chooses the members of his administration.
As Election Day approaches, Clinton and Trump have increased the intensity of their campaign efforts, traveling to swing states, encouraging their supporters to canvass and actively promoting their platforms through the use of social media.
New film “Kubo and the Two Strings” explores family, sacrifice, grief and hope through its beautiful animation and score.