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Looking back at ‘Mindhunter’

Jordan Boyer, Photo Editor

March 1, 2019


Filed under Columns

“Mindhunter” season one premiered on Netflix in October 2017, and we still do not have a season two. This show was a massive success, and shortly after the premiere of season one, a new season was announced to begin production. “Mindhunter” is a dramatized true crime drama that is based off the true story of the...

Season 2 of ‘The Dragon Prince’ does not disappoint

Jordan Boyer, Photo Editor

February 26, 2019


Filed under Columns, Opinions

The following review contains spoilers for “The Dragon Prince” season two. Netflix recently released “The Dragon Prince” season two, and it is way better than the first season. I was not expecting to get another season so quick, being that season one only debuted five months ago. Hopefully ...

Netflix’s “You” is a wild ride to watch

Logan Raschke, News Editor

January 27, 2019


Filed under Columns

Editor’s note: this column contains spoilers. For anyone looking to spend approximately 7 ½ hours watching episodes of a new show back-to-back, “You” may be just the right flick to binge. Netflix’s thriller series “You” tells the story of a man named Joe and his relentless obsession w...

Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ is worth your time

Megan Keane, Columnist

January 23, 2019


Filed under Columns, Opinions

Maybe “cute” isn’t a descriptor you would associate with “sexual education.” “Awkward” or “scarring” or “cringy” are probably more realistic adjectives that you associate with sex ed, but I assure you, Netflix’s “Sex Education” is just that: cute. In eight episodes, runni...

‘Elite’ Netflix series keeps you thinking

Megan Keane, Columnist

October 17, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinions

On October 5, Netflix released ’Elite’, a Spanish teen thriller about three working-class students who get the exclusive opportunity to finish their education at Las Encinas, a private school for the wealthy. These students are met with judgement and hostility from their higher-class peers, but ...

Give ‘Insatiable’ a chance on Netflix

Megan Keane, Columnist

September 5, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinions

On Aug. 10, 2018, Netflix debuted its drama/comedy series “Insatiable,” but even before it was released in its entirety, it was under fire for … a lot of reasons. But, I have a theory about that and that theory is: “Insatiable” deviates from the plot we’re used to seeing, from the likable ch...

Netflix goofed by removing ‘Sunny’

Sean Hastings, Sports Editor

November 9, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

I am livid. Netflix has had more of a negative impact on my life than a positive one. Its latest jab at my life is saying it is going to remove “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” I will still have “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation.” But I am most upset about "Sunny." Where...

‘Deuces’ film has great actors but weird ending

Kalyn Hayslett, Editor-in-Chief

April 6, 2017


Filed under The Verge

  Three African-American males immersed in drug dealing, violence and dishonesty is not a groundbreaking movie plot, but director Jamal Hill intertwines these thought-provoking dilemmas in his film “Deuces.” “Deuces” premiered on Netflix April Fools Day and features an all-star cast,...

A rather fortunate viewing

Angelica Cataldo, Managing Editor

January 18, 2017


Filed under News, Online

More than 10 years and a canceled movie deal later, young adult author Daniel Handler has adopted the pseudonym Lemony Snicket again to revamp his infamous book series, “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” Only this time, the crew at Netflix took the film adaptation into their own hands, breaking...

Students give thoughts on Netflix December release list

Students give thoughts on Netflix December release list

Marisa Foglia, Pop Culture Reporter

November 16, 2016


Filed under News

  Netflix has released a list of titles being added and taken away during the month of December, and though students like the service, they wish there were more holiday-themed options. Shows coming include “Fuller House,” “White Rabbit Project” and “Pacific Heat.” Only nine...

Students find different ways to make time fly

Datasia Lenton, Verge Reporter

August 25, 2016


Filed under The Verge

Students around campus have no problem with finding ways to keep busy and most importantly, have fun. With the various Registered Student Organizations on campus and finding personal hobbies, there are more than enough events and activities for students to invest their time in. Aaliyah Stephen,...

Students discuss the concept of ‘Netflix and chill’

Chris Picazo, Opinions Editor

November 18, 2015


Filed under News

The men of Omega Psi Phi fraternity led a discussion Wednesday about what “Netflix and Chill” means in this day and age. The forum was meant to get the female perspective about what the term means and how it came to be a thing among this generation of college students. Julian Robertson, vi...

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