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The meteoric rise of Axel Webber, TikTok's white boy of the month

(02/07/22 1:00pm)

Who shall be crowned white boy of the month? Herein lies the ultimate question confronting the human race: will it be Timothée Chalamet, the ventriloquist-dummy-adjacent breakout star of “Call Me By Your Name”? Or maybe Jacob Elordi, actor of the manipulative but sickeningly hot Public Enemy Number One Nate Jacobs of “Euphoria”?






Center for Documentary Studies adopts anti-racist curriculum for its continuing education program

(02/01/21 5:00am)

“The future is in your hands,” Dinesh D’Souza warns in “2016: Obama’s America.” Panned by critics as “skewed,” “sloppy” and a “shaggy, piecemeal right-wing screed,” the 2012 documentary was a speculative investigation into President Obama’s upbringing and political intentions. In one scene, D’Souza warns viewers of a foreboding future in which the supposedly anti-white, anti-American Obama plans to convert the Middle East into a “United States of Islam.” 





"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" is ending after 20 seasons. What now?

(09/21/20 9:35pm)

The only video game I have ever spent money on is “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.” The 2014 role-playing saga  was an enticing exploration into celebrity culture: players entered a fame-obsessed world of tabloid drama and invasive photographers, navigating the E-list in hopes of ascending to the upper echelons of celebrity royalty. For my 13 year-old self, spending real money on the game was a gateway into the Kardashian reality — a reality that, with the impending cancellation of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” is now uncertain.