To preserve the safety and health of its students and the surrounding community, the University of Connecticut needs to shut down and go fully online.
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On Aug. 22, “Freeform” premiered “Love in the Time of Corona,” a miniseries featuring four interwoven stories. Each of the characters within the four stories faces problems surrounding their love lives, all complicated by the global pandemic. Although many of the situations were relatable to viewers, many were not due to the fact each of the characters were well off and not highly impacted by the virus. It feels disrespectful to release, and profit off of, such a simple show while we are still in the midst of the pandemic. Spoilers are ahead.
Zoom. WebEx. Microsoft Teams. Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. Whichever platform you are forced to use, you probably have faced difficulties. I know I have. These unprecedented times have led to unprecedented learning styles that are not better than the traditional.
As of Sunday Sept. 13, wildfires that have torn through communities among the West Coast have burned over 4.6 million acres and killed 33 people according to national fire officials.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, a disease that causes respiratory illness, that spreads through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze, many major music events have been cancelled or postponed. Here is a tentative list of some of the biggest.
On Feb. 7, Netflix released “Horse Girl” starring Alison Brie, John Reynolds, Debby Ryan, Molly Shannon, and John Ortiz. Brie also co-wrote the screenplay alongside Jeff Baena, who was also a director and producer. The film follows sweet but naive Sarah (Alison Brie) as her mental health rapidly deteriorates.
2020 is filled with many new and exciting music releases which can only mean one thing: tours. Read on to see if your favorite artist is among some of the most anticipated artists going on tour this year.
On Feb. 12, 2020, Netflix released the sequel to the ultra popular “To All the Boys I Loved Before,” titled “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” The film stars Lana Condor as Lara Jean Covey, Noah Centineo as Peter Kavinsky and Jordan Fisher as John Ambrose McClaren. Spoilers are included.
The start of a new year brings the promise of new music. Some of the biggest names in the industry will be releasing albums throughout 2020.
On Dec. 3, Tame Impala released their fourth single, “Posthumous Forgiveness” off their upcoming album, “The Slow Rush.” The song spans six minutes and feels as if listeners are given two songs in one. The synths in the song prove Kevin Parker, the man behind Tame Impala, is veering further away from a rock sound and more towards a psychedelic soul feeling. The production is fantastic as usual, all done by Parker himself.