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Pop star Sia made her directorial debut with the film “Music” on Feb. 10. The film explores the themes of finding a voice and creating a family with autistic representation. Or at least, that was the goal. Unfortunately, it fell short.

Sia’s directorial debut “Music” pains me: the perspective of someone with a sibling on the autistic spectrum

Daniela Wise-Rojas, Social Media Editor March 24, 2021

Pop star Sia made her directorial debut with the film “Music” on Feb. 10, casting former Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler to play a girl on the autism spectrum, named Music, and actress Kate Hudson to...

Indie music from India represents a wide variety of genres and messages

Five indie artists from India that you should know

Riya Mehta, Multimedia Editor March 2, 2021

While independent artists have been on the rise in recent years, aspiring artists in the genre are yet to receive the recognition they deserve. Because of this, I have compiled a short list of independent...

The Queens Gambit shines light on addiction from a female lens, bringing refreshing perspective to media and film.

“The Queen’s Gambit” sheds light upon female experiences with addiction that media has lacked for too long

Jade Wang and Nihal Singh January 22, 2021

Please be advised this review discusses sensitive topics such as substance abuse and suicide. “Magic vitamins.” This is how tranquilizer pills are introduced in the first episode of “The Queen’s...

The declining value of female voices in the country music industry can be easily seen through radio airplay statistics.

The bro-country subgenre silences female voices, preventing country music from progressing forward

Aria Khalique, Multimedia Editor December 2, 2020

“Slide your sugar-shaker over here… shake it for me girl… let me see you do it in the bed of my truck.” Those are just some of the offensive, sexist and poorly written lyrics consistently heard...

Seo Ye-ji plays author Ko Moon-young in K-drama “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.

“It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” explores mental health issues

Claire Zhang, Features Editor October 9, 2020

K-drama “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” is a story of healing — learning to deal with past traumas and mental health issues. The tvN show aired its last episode on Aug. 9, leaving viewers with tears...

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