Meenakshi Sathish

Student Artiste Caroline Marolda: Dancer

Student Artiste Caroline Marolda: Dancer

What made you decide to be a Dance major in the first place?By the time I had to decide on a college to attend, I had been taking dance classes for over a decade. Dance has always played a big part in my life and has a significant role in how I identify myself (I’m a […]

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UNCC’s Spring Concert 2019

UNCC’s Spring Concert 2019

For the audience, the show starts when the dancers show up on the stage and the music starts, and ends when the dancers leave and the music stops. For us, she show starts a little earlier than that. The first moments are similar to meditation. I sit in front of the mirror just taking the […]

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Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Rock ‘n’ Roll becomes as such when the people involved is just as unstable, volatile, emotional, and raging as the music. Then again, you have nothing to let go onstage if you are holding nothing in offstage. Daisy Jones, neglected by entertainment professionals from an early age, spends her adolescence singing at clubs, sleeping with […]

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The Story of a Musical Prostitute – Bohemian Rhapsody

The Story of a Musical Prostitute – Bohemian Rhapsody

In honor of the Academy Awards coming up soon, I would like to talk about a movie special to my heart, but more importantly, a man. A man who I hope I will have the privilege to meet in the afterlife where we will be best friends who collaborate creatively. We will bare our souls […]

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Misunderstood Siddhartha

Misunderstood Siddhartha

There is something sexy about having heated conversation about a book. That is until someone starts shitting on my favorite book. Then it’s all over. It’s ironic because my favorite book is about peace and harmony, so it is hard to preach the sanctity of the inner mind while throwing punches at someone’s throat. Siddhartha […]

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Santa Claus: the True Story

Santa Claus: the True Story

Ever since an old, obese man who doesn’t listen when his doctor says, “no more sugar” showed up in Coca-cola commercial around the 1920s, the questions about a certain jolly, white-bearded man has risen time after time, and like Tommy Wiseau, no real answer ever seems to make enough sense. Until now. This is Cornelia Extrapolapagus, […]

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Pheromones // a casual conversation between normal best friends

Pheromones // a casual conversation between normal best friends

As the lacrosse jocks stand outside the threshold of the locker room,  Darla, sighing and pouting, gazes and a singular hot athlete who has the perfect head to shoulder width proportion. Her friend Jordan watching in a mix of perplexity and pity. “I still don’t understand, why not just up and talk to the guy? […]

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“New Light” by John Mayer–Sanskrit Office Mood Song

“New Light” by John Mayer–Sanskrit Office Mood Song

This is random and doesn’t really have to go with the review, but doesn’t John Mayer look like he could be a doctor in Grey’s Anatomy? He seems like a Dr. McGroovy. — When it says “Premium Content”, it is not joking because–my god–John Mayer delivered. This man may be the only forty year in […]

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Bits of Naaz–an music album review

Bits of Naaz–an music album review

If clouds look like sugar, only pretty from afar And bubbles burst, when we touch them really soft Maybe we should just watch the view from where we are But that wouldn’t be as fun “As Fun” Bits of Naaz Spotify ads are annoying. You know that, I know that. They aren’t even good. Pamper diapers […]

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Sierra Burgess is a Loser–Our generation’s problematic, John Hughes movie

Sierra Burgess is a Loser–Our generation’s problematic, John Hughes movie

I’m convinced that someone froze John Hughes’s brain in an ice cooler and pulled a Dr. Frankenstein because misunderstood teenagers have made a comeback!  Sierra Burgess played by Shannon Purser is a high school upperclassman who doesn’t fit the mold of conventional beauty. She instead makes up for it in intellect, wittiness, and a sense […]

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