The Best of TV Thanksgivings November 18, 2017

ith the holiday season approaching, I am more than ready to finally indulge, guilt-free, in the plethora of drama-filled, Thanksgiving-themed episodes decades of television has to offer. Riding the wave of early-2000s nostalgia flooding pop culture this year (the Gilmore Girls revival, an upcoming Broadway adaptation of Mean Girls, the comeback of velour, canadian tuxedos, and street/sportswear […]



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What We Can All Learn from Scandinavian Style November 3, 2017

This article is part of  The Volume Issue, The WALK’s Fall 2017 theme, which seeks to explore every aspect of the concept of “volume,” one of which is the return of ~voluminous~ silhouettes like Scandinavia’s oversized style.    f you’ve ever heard of or watched the viral Norwegian TV series called Skam, you may have noticed that […]



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South Asians in Pop Culture: Why So Many Comedians? October 25, 2017

This article is part of  The Volume Issue, The WALK’s Fall 2017 theme, which seeks to explore every aspect of the concept of “volume,” one of which is the magnitude of representation of diverse groups in visible industries.   here was a time in my childhood when the only Indian my friends knew of was Apu from […]



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Love in the Time of the Auteur Rom-Com July 23, 2017

As The Big Sick, Kumail Nanjiani’s autobiographical rom-com, satisfies summer moviegoers like Trainwreck did several summers before it, are we entering the age of a new kind of romantic comedy, or hearkening back to an older one? n the eve of the release of his highly anticipated Twin Peaks reboot on Showtime, Academy Award-winning director […]



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