After over a year, season four of World of Dance premiered Tuesday, May 26, on NBC as a summer show. The beloved series stars judges Derek Hough, Ne-Yo and Jennifer Lopez and host Scott Evans. For those who are unfamiliar with the premise, World of Dance is split into four rounds: “The Qualifiers,” “The Duels,” “The Cut,” “Divisional Final” and “World Final.” Those who compete in the four rounds include four sets of divisions competing for the $1 million cash prize: Upper, upper team, junior and junior team. In previous years, the first round of qualifiers required contestants to receive a minimum average score of 80 to advance to the duels; however, this year’s setup is quite different.
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Freshman--prepare for the upcoming school year by making sure you have all the college clothing essentials.
Album Review: Tracks on ‘how i’m feeling now’ have no real chance of joining the list of Charli XCX’s past hits
Charli XCX made it official via a Zoom call with fans that she would be dropping her fourth album as soon as possible. Thirty-nine days after the announcement, her latest project, how i’m feeling now, was available after recording each track from the comfort of her home due to the coronavirus. Unlike most albums that are dwelled on and reanalyzed before their release, this one wasn’t, and it shows.
The beginning of May not only signifies the onset of the spring season, but something larger: Mental Health Awareness Month. Focusing on one’s mental soundness is something that should be prioritized and speculated not only during the month of May, but every waking day. While still amid a global pandemic, many spirits have been lowered, and negative attitudes have arisen. Social distancing has caused several individuals who deal with illnesses, such as clinical depression, bipolar and anxiety disorder, to fall back unto old, despondent attitudes. Though the thought of brighter days ahead is a treatment within itself, music is also a compensation for the time being. Here are eight songs sure to heighten one’s mood:
Film Review: ‘The Half of It’ is a modern coming-of-age story with diversity, a complex love triangle
May 1 brought many new Netflix originals, as it does every month, including Alice Wu’s The Half of It. The film follows Ellie Chu (Leah Lewis), an introverted intellectual who often writes other students’ papers for money. Chu’s life has been humdrum to say the least, as she typically keeps to herself and works for her dad at the train station after riding her bike to and from school. However, football player Paul Munsky (Daniel Diemer) comes to Chu with a task that will decisively change the remainder of her senior year and life.
Being stuck inside can often make college students who are typically juggling a busy schedule with coursework, extracurriculars and a social life, go a little stir-crazy. Many students instead end up laying in bed, watching Netflix, snacking on a bag of potato chips and simply wondering, “Will this nightmare ever end?”
As quarantine endures and our longing for an unforgettable summer intensifies, many find themselves dreaming of the day they can put on a funky fit and do their hair and makeup to revitalize their spirited self during a night out with friends. Everyone is going to be eager for a fire Instagram post and Snapchat story, just to remind everyone they still got it. The best way to do this is to be posed in what would be considered the newest, hottest, fashion. To ensure one looks stylish, here are the projected popular trends of summer 2020 (assuming we even have one):
Calling all fashionistas of the world! It is no secret that fashion gurus are having withdrawals from not being able to take a trip to their favorite place: The mall. For those who have resolved this issue by proceeding to shop online, these 10 clothing sites will make life much easier as they offer chic, trendy clothes and deals that are impossible to turn down.
After a prolonged hiatus of roughly six years since his last studio album, the Drake of country music is back, and the wait was more than worth it.
There is no denying that being isolated in quarantine is nothing less than lamentable. Fortunately for fans of The Bachelor franchise, there is one positive thing blossoming and occurring to keep fans smiling and hopeful: Former bachelorette Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron have been quarantining together in Cameron’s hometown, Jupiter, Florida.
Netflix will gain ‘Money Heist: The Phenomenon,’ ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ in April; ‘American Odyssey,’ ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ will depart
As college students continue to remain quarantined throughout the month of April, there is not much to do other than binge and rewatch Netflix’s finest originals and award-winning shows or films. Immersing oneself into a new series or movie can be the perfect distraction from the tumultuous news that currently has much of society preoccupied. With that being said, if viewers are wondering what to watch after consuming the utterly bizarre and shocking Tiger King, April’s latest additions will surely aid in deciding.
There is no doubt social media apps like Instagram, TikTok, Twitter and Snapchat can be completely addicting, funny and engrossing. In times of quarantine, many may even find themselves constantly going back and forth between these apps, all hours of the day. But what fun can one find on the World Wide Web instead? The answer? A lot of it.
Abel Tesfaye, most commonly known as The Weeknd, became a sensational sellout during his peak, which occurred after Beauty Behind the Madness and more largely, Starboy, dropped. Since then, The Weeknd has strayed from the spotlight, despite releasing his neglected EP, My Dear Melancholy, which resonated with his early and founding listeners, but did not break charts like his prior albums did.
In the Netflix adaptation of Jennfer Niven’s 2015 novel, All the Bright Places, two high school seniors, Violet Markey (Elle Fanning) and Theodore Finch (Justice Smith) navigate falling in love and self growth, amidst their tragic pasts that have led them into a downhill spiral of self loathing and depression.
Everyone has a favorite, food, snack, condiment and dessert. If peanut butter happens to be your favorite food, snack, condiment, dessert or maybe all of the above, the five recipes below are a delicious way to celebrate today, March 1, and the holiday made just for you — National Peanut Butter Lovers Day:
With spring break being less than two weeks away, many students find themselves unmotivated to complete any course work and alternatively might be shopping for new clothes and swimsuits for the vacation they have been planning for so long. Some students may be traveling to Florida for some desired beach time, while others may be taking a trip to New York City to explore the metropolitan life. However, not everyone has the luxury of going on vacation, and instead won’t be going anywhere besides their living room couch. For those who can relate to these plans more than others, here are eight activities to keep busy this spring break:
Film Review: ‘Fantasy Island’ contains trivial acting, a preposterous plot and nothing of real substance
Produced by horror aficionado Jason Blum, Jeff Wadlow’s Fantasy Island received a fairly nice budget, but one wouldn’t know that by watching the disastrous film. Despite having mediocre actors, such as Lucy Hale, Fantasy Island fails to showcase much talent among the five lead actors.
The love-hate relationship that surrounds Valentine’s Day stems from hopeless romantics’ fondness toward receiving stuffed bears, conversation hearts, jewelry and roses, and cynics’ repulsion at the thought of cheesy gifts and over-priced dinner courses. However, one thing everyone loves and can enjoy on Valentine’s Day is music. Whether that be listening to love songs, break-up songs or empowering songs, there’s something on the playlist for everyone:
Preacher Lawson traveled from Los Angeles to Athens to steal the stage and give Ohio University students and their siblings an enjoyable Friday night experience.
Harry Styles' sophomore album, Fine Line, unquestionably labels him as a soft rock icon whose innocent boy band identity is nowhere to be found.