Netflix reality shows Love is Blind and The Circle felt like ridiculous, entertaining guilty pleasures a few months ago. Now, they’re handbooks for uncharted territory.
Danica Clayton talks to a University of Iowa student and how growing up in Fontanelle, Iowa—a town of 600 people—shaped her past as well as future aspirations.
I smoked a joint and watched “Cats” (2019). Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures. Design by Elisabeth Oster. As I’m sure you, The Reader, are well aware, it’s been a pretty rough couple of weeks. A national epidemic is sweeping the nation. Restaurants have closed, universities have gone online, and in some states, like mine, you…
Street Preachers have a long and controversial history on college campuses. I sat down with two to find out why, exactly, they do what they do. Featured image illustration by Elisabeth Oster Street preachers have been a fixture on university campuses for as long as most students can remember. Signs wave in students’ faces denouncing…
Unus Annus is a new channel that wishes to bring its audience hilarious new content everyday, but there’s a catch: after one year, the channel and all of its videos will be deleted, as a reminder that everything must die. This channel combats YouTube’s strict guidelines for how videos should be produced with the mature content it brings to its rapidly growing fan-base.
Hancher Auditorium was filled with profound movement and power by the dance company, as the audience grapples with the uncertainty of the days to come.
With the pandemic spread of COVID-19, athletic seasons have come to a halt. Featured image illustration by Elisabeth Oster. Logo courtesy of NCAA. Growing up in a zealous, athletic family, I’ve attended more sporting events than I can keep track of. As the baby of the family, I watched my siblings compete at both high…
With thin characters and bland cliches, romantic comedies may be dead after all.
Danica Clayton reviews the magic behind movement with dance company, RUBBERBAND’s return to Iowa City.
The popular series’ use of triggering content takes the enjoyment out of fantasy romance.