TV

Revivals should teach us a lesson, other than the dangers of nostalgia

Television is at its best when it takes advantage of its form to teach us something new about our society.Continue...

Revisiting childhood TV shows

There’s no question as millennials we’re lucky to live in the golden age of children’s television and we can’t help but miss it sometimes.

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How "Broad City" is the voice millennial women need

In a time when politics dominates almost every aspect of our lives, watching Broad City presents a fun and engaging way to stay up-to-date with the current state of US government administration.Continue...

Fall TV’s six most exciting prospects

Fall is around the corner, all your friends are back in Kingston and your back is already aching from carrying excessively heavy textbooks. This could only mean one thing: TV’s summer break is over.Continue...

The Bachelorette used racism as plot fodder

The first time I watched the Bachelor was in 2015: the first semester of my second year, my housemates insisted I watch the show with them in our kitchen. I agreed, not expecting myself to find it engaging in any way.Continue...

Monica Heisey’s journey to success

By all measures of success, Monica Heisey is killing the writing game.Continue...

Review: Santa Clarita Diet excels at double negatives

Santa Clarita Diet is "not-not" a lot of things.Continue...

Summer TV preview

Between your grueling summer job and your extra summer classes, there must be a way to just relax. Yes, it’s true that some of the best television shows take a hiatus for the summer, but...Continue...

Take It From The Brits

By Trilby Goouch
Blogs Editor

I tend to regard the holidays as a time to catch up on TV seasons, books, movies and magazines. Over the past few weeks I tuned in to some quality...Continue...

Ron James on campus

Ron James was on campus filming a portion of his feature on Kingston to air this fall on the CBCContinue...

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