“YSIV”: Sinatra Has Evolved

The Maryland rapper Logic went back to his roots with “YSIV,” a rap album that reflects on the records that inspired him throughout his triumphant rise to fame. Logic always seems to create projects that […]

ON TAP: STIR it Up

THE BAR: In the corner of a parking lot, string lights beam against a shadowed neighborhood backdrop. When I get closer, an open patio and garage-style doors appear, and music seeps through the walls. It’s […]

Why You Should Be Watching Queer Eye

The days of blazing summer are mostly behind us, with them passes a season full of pop culture. These past few months contained multitudes, from the high highs of “Everything is Love” by Beyoncé and […]

“Eighth Grade”: N.S.F. Eighth Graders

“Eighth Grade,” directed by Bo Burnham, is a startlingly accurate portrayal of today’s youth growing up in the digital age. Arguably the first film of its kind, “Eighth Grade” captures what it is like to […]

ON TAP: Retreat from Baca Retreat

When I receive a syllabus for class, part of me always hopes that it will list a field trip, especially to the Baca Campus. I had not been to Baca until this semester, but I’ve […]

David Tennant Is More Than Just Doctor Who

Why is Doctor Who trying to kill the main characters? More importantly, why is he American? These are important questions to be asked when watching “Bad Samaritan.” David Tennant’s surprisingly good accent and a smart […]