Taylor Moore

Taylor Moore is a senior broadcast journalism major and Campus Times editor-in-chief for Spring 2024. In her sixth semester on Campus Times, she has served as the LV Life editor and social media editor twice, as well as a staff writer. She’s also worked on the University’s television news broadcast Foothill Community News as an anchor and reporter, and was a on-air personality for the University’s radio station 107.9 LeoFM.

Movie Review: ‘Evil Dead Rise’ is the movie horror fans have been waiting for

“Evil Dead Rise” was released on April 21, 10 years after the “Evil Dead” remake, released in 2013, and the fifth installment in the movie franchise. 

A student guide to the best jean styles

Denim jeans are a fashion piece that seems to never get old. Providing a sense of versatility, jeans can be worn no matter the fashion sense.

Commentary: Disney remakes need the magic from the classics

On April 3, Disney Studios announced via Instagram that a live-action reimagining of “Moana” is in the works.  When I first saw this announcement, I...

Social media app encourages users to BeReal

In the age of social media, Generation Z has dealt with the pressure of posting picture-perfect content and of receiving as many likes, comments and views as possible. One app has attempted to erase the stigmas surrounding social media apps by having their users post content in real-time. 

Television Review: Second half of new season of ‘You’ redeems itself

The second half of season four of Netflix’s hit series “You” was released on March 9. While the first half did not live up to my personal expectations, the second half went above and beyond for one simple reason; it finally showed us who the real monster of the show was. 

Feline lovers unite at the Cat Extravaganza event

The Pomona Cat Extravaganza and Adoption Event, hosted by Loving Cats Worldwide, was the perfect opportunity for cat lovers to not only adopt but also learn about different cat breeds, buy accessories for their pets, and support the local rescues that were there.

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