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Bold, white, all-caps center text, reads “DETROIT”. The “O” in “Detroit” is a glowing LED. The LED represents the external feedback component, attached to the temple of each android. Beneath“DETROIT”, the subtitle reads “BECOME HUMAN” in a small white, all-cap, font. The background is a series of overlapping rhombi, in various shades of blue.


AI: Close to Human

By Sofia Psolka Web Content Contributor The year is 2038; the latest political, sociological turmoil: artificial intelligence has acquired sentience! Andromorphic androids walk the same street as you, work the same jobs as you and even feel the same emotions as you... but do you treat it as you would a biological, organic, human? What if a close friend of yours comes out as an android—would you view it as […]

todaySeptember 11, 2022 59 2

The main characters of Avatar: The Last Airbender are shown exchanging a group hug, smiling and looking at each other fondly.


Why Avatar: The Last Airbender is a Masterpiece

By Amaya Lewis Web Content Contributor In the wake of the announcement that there will be three Avatar movies released, it feels important to touch on the series that started it all. Given that it was released in 2005, Avatar: The Last Airbender’s ability to stand the test of time, remaining a beloved show to old and new viewers while generating a spin-off series with three movies on the way, […]

todaySeptember 7, 2022 60 13

The photo features a pink and white crocheted pouch to the right, with around 30 tabletop dice spilling out of it across a pink piece of fabric. The dice vary in colors and shapes.


A Beginner’s Guide to Dungeons and Dragons

By Hannah Walls Web Content Assistant With everyone on social media still obsessing over Eddie Munson, the Hellfire Club’s eccentric dungeon master from Stranger Things season four, I’ve seen a lot of talk about fans interested in learning how to play Dungeons and Dragons. The start of a new semester is the perfect time to explore new hobbies, and while I’m nowhere near an expert, I’m excited to share some […]

todaySeptember 4, 2022 421 3

Above a set of automatic sliding glass doors, trimmed with evergreen steel, is a marquee reading “Upcoming”, “Ottessa Moshfegh 6/29”, “Zachary Levi 6/29”, centerfold and stacked upon each other. The marquee is hinged to the limestone brick structure of BookPeople. Just above the marquee, the second-floor windows have “Read” decaled 6 times along the base.


Ottessa Moshfegh: Master of Female Manipulators

By Sofia Psolka Web Content Contributor Ever since receiving international praise for her first novel “Eileen” in 2015, Ottessa Moshfegh has raced her way to becoming a great literary writer of our generation. In fact, “Eileen” was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 2016 and is currently being adapted into a screenplay by Moshfegh and her husband. Since then, she has released five novels, a collection of short stories and […]

todayJuly 18, 2022 78 1

A black background highlights a bolded white font reading “Everything Everywhere All at Once” in an elongated all caps.


‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’: a reflection with my Mexican-American mother

By Sofia Psolka KTSW Contributor *Spoiler Warning*     Earlier this year, I went to go see A24’s dadaist, multi-verse movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once." I had seen a few nondescript trailers alluding to a story centering on a Chinese-American family capable of inter-dimensional travel. (A trope that is becoming overused; nonetheless, never fails to fascinate.) The trailers had a looming black everything bagel repeatedly popping up on my […]

todayJune 13, 2022 116 4 2

A photo of a hand-drawn illustration in a sketchbook. There are two female figures both wearing outfits inspired by fashion from the gilded age of American history. The figure on the left is wearing a peach and light pink gown and the figure on the right is wearing a teal gown.


What Happened to the Met Gala Theme?

By Celeste Parler Web Content Contributor Unless you have been living under a rock, haven't been on social media in the last week or don't follow the latest celebrity news, then you have heard what everyone has had to say about the Met Gala. The Met Gala takes place every first Monday of May (except in 2021) and collects funds for The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. […]

todayMay 11, 2022 56 1

A graphic of Walker Scobell against an orange background with the words Camp Half-Blood above him.


Walker Scobell Cast as Percy Jackson in Upcoming Disney+ Remake

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor On April 11, 2022, Rick Riordan announced on his blog that Walker Scobell will be the new Percy Jackson in the upcoming Disney+ “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” remake series. Disney+ greenlighted the remake of the book series this past January, and many fans were ecstatic to hear the news after being disappointed with the two movie remakes of “The Lightning Thief” and “The Sea of Monsters” in […]

todayApril 21, 2022 68 3

A bright television screen in a dark room, showcasing in bright blue Disney font wording, says "Disney Channel" around it is different shapes and objects in blue including a shooting star, a hat, diamond, and sunglasses. Alongside the objects are dark red circles. Underneath the bright blue header is a Featured section that includes titles of different animated shows being played like "Random Rings," "Mickey Go Local," "Amphibia," and "Miraculous." Beneath that section is another section.


Remembering Disney’s “Golden Age” of Shows

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager As an avid Disney watcher, I love to rewatch Disney shows and movies multiple times. I remember my first introduction to Disney, or at least the earliest one I can remember, which was when there was a thing called Playhouse Disney whose host was a yellow ball of clay — named Clay. This is when cartoons like “Out of the Box,” “Rolie Polie […]

todayApril 7, 2022 58 1

Kate Sharma and Edwina Sharma enter a ball for their first night in British society in the Regency Era. Behind them are Lady Danbury and Lady Mary Sheffield.


Romance and Representation in the Ton: Bridgerton Season Two Review

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor ***WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD*** After the hype and anticipation from season one of Bridgerton, on March 25, 2022, season two, based on “A Viscount who Loved Me” by Julia Quinn, was released on Netflix. With a 78% Tomatometer score and 81% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, this season was a binge-able eight-episode season with classic romantic tropes and South Asian representation intertwined into the Regency Era. […]

todayApril 5, 2022 77 2

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