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Channeling the Reboot

By: Brennan Carley, Taylor Cavallo, Dan Siering, Ariana Igneri

Boy Meets World
During its seven-season run, the ’90s classic Boy Meets World captured viewers with its coming-of-age characters and every-day’s-a-lesson episodes. The ABC comedy followed Cory Matthews, the show’s protagonist, into Mr. Feeney’s history class, through the halls of John Adams High, and eventually down the aisle with Topanga Lawrence. After such a fulfilling conclusion, Boy Meets World fans may have been surprised by Disney’s recent announcement to produce Girl Meets World, a sequel focusing on Cory and Topanga’s preteen daughter. So, with the vague promise of such a spin-off lingering in the near future, we couldn’t help but wonder: What other shows would make for a good reboot? Which shows should should be left untouched?

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Pop Culture Presidents

By: Brennan Carley, Taylor Cavallo, Dan Siering & Sean Keeley

Tom Hanks is far from being the youngest, sexiest, or most alluring movie star. He’s not the kind of celebrity whose every move and relationship is carefully scrutinized by the media. But those things have never been what makes Hanks special.

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Editor’s Diary

By: Brennan Carley, Taylor Cavallo, & Dan Siering

With our time as arts editors rapidly coming to its conclusion, we decided to do a little experiment and track our interactions with pop culture over the course of a week. Below are the results, which include a fair share of Rick Ross, some Teen Mom, and a whole lot of indulgent food.

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The Future Of Nostalgia

By: Brennan Carley, Taylor Cavallo, and Dan Siering

WITH HALLOWEEN APPROACHING, SO TOO DO VIEWINGS OF ‘THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW,’ WHICH GOT US THINKING: WHAT, FROM OUR GENERATION, WILL BE THE CULT CLASSICS OF THE FUTURE?

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How Rock Fought For Its Survival

By: Brennan Carley, Taylor Cavallo, Dan Siering

Rock and roll is a dying breed. There’s no sidestepping that uncomfortably disheartening reality. Record stores are all but missing from both small towns and major cities. Albums aren’t selling like they used to, and touring acts are playing to half-full rooms-bygone conclusions, we know, but important to note nonetheless.

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