Labor Day has come and gone, taking Hot Vax Summer with it. Here are the pieces of pop culture that the Recess staff was consuming once we realized we maybe shouldn't have been going outside yet, after all.
Whether you’re hard at work this summer and looking for ways to relax or have more down time since the semester ended, video games can bring fun and relaxation to your home.
They are empowered to do what they love without feeling the pressure to monetize their hobbies nor the need to adhere to a corporate agenda.
In archival footage from her 1992 “Star Search” appearance, host Ed McMahon asks a blunt question of a ten-year old Britney: “Do you have a boyfriend?”
The most incredible part of “Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical” is how fortuitously the show and its ragtag origins embody the morals of “Ratatouille’s” underdog story.
Mikel Jollett’s “Hollywood Park” shows that a family is not only a concept but also an experience, which requires work and communication.
Disney Investor Day 2020 gave fans more than enough content to look forward to in the coming years, but does the entertainment powerhouse’s unmatched influence spell the end for any meaningful competition?
It's fall, nerds! The Recess staff wrote about the pieces of culture we associate most with this beautiful, breezy and occasionally spooky fall season.
CD Projekt Red is creating one of the most anticipated games of the year, but is it justified in forcing their employees into grueling work weeks in order to release the game on time?
With the releases of the Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X next month, it comes as a surprise that Amazon announced its intent to compete in the gaming industry. What is their new platform all about and what is the commotion surrounding "cloud gaming?"
Megan Fox’s narrative of exclusion from Hollywood isn’t unique. As a sex symbol, she was forced into a mold of what being “sexy” meant — and when she didn’t squeeze into that mold, her image was manipulated and tarnished forever by the men that held the strings.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of the release of the original “Super Mario Bros,” and Nintendo surprised fans with a series of products that rightfully pays tribute to the iconic franchise.
With “Keeping Up,” the Kardashians established a cultural stronghold on celebrity status. Through the show, they manipulated their narratives, attracted unanimous public attention and carefully carved out their brand.
With all the polish of a literary and the emotion of a classical musician, Salaysay weaves together a story so beautifully vulnerable it aches.
It’s nearly impossible to engage in social media and not scam people with a narrow or blatantly false version of ourselves.
With incredible consumer interest and faith from numerous investors, MoviePass seemed poised to become the Netflix for movies and disrupt the market.