As the pandemic has kept us physically distant from just about everyone in our normal lives, students, along with everyone else, are relying more than ever on social media.
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As social distancing has led to a lonely, monotonous routine for many, some University of La Verne students are finding comfort in binging via platforms such as Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu, according to an informal survey.
“Tiger King” is a sensationalist Netflix documentary series that reeled in 34 million viewers within the first 10 days of its release on March 20. And yet it is not at all what is expected from a serious and informative docu-series.
Summer is over so say so long to lounging by the pool and hello to lounging on the couch – Netflix and chill season is upon us. Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBOgo, Hulu and, coming November, Disney Plus are the streaming services that have taken cable televisions place on everyone’s screens for our viewing pleasure.
Netflix’s adaptation of “13 Reasons Why” is a prime example of how big companies are making a buck at the expense of vulnerable people.
“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” dropped on Netflix May 3, bringing the film into the homes of viewers much sooner than eager audiences had anticipated.
After the last season of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” concluded with Sabrina Spellman signing her name to the Devil to prevent the Greendale apocalypse, the show has returned with Sabrina embracing her witchy side and walking down a darker path.
Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. Those three indulgences sum up the lives of rock stars, particularly in the world of 1980s heavy metal.
Caroline Jogwe, sophomore sociology major, garnishes her tacos as she attends the On My Block Party hosted by CAB March 28.
“The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” brought tears to my eyes as one goes on an adventure with a family from Malawi, struggling to feed their family while the town endures famine, poverty and mistreatment from their government.