Anyone who has ever taken a creative writing class is likely familiar with the lipogram: A piece of writing that entirely omits one or more letters. A poem without es or a vignette with no as, it forces the writer to experiment and to think outside of the box as[Read More…]
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How does a piece of media become a classic? Time is certainly a factor. Whether it’s a book, movie, or a particularly captivating ensemble, classics remain relevant and hold up through changing cultural landscapes. One such enchanting “classic” emerged between the pages of The New Yorker in 1938 with the[Read More…]
Reality TV tends to teeter between frivolous, Kardashian-esque antics and deranged social experiments. Combining these unique worlds is a puzzling balancing act, but one that’s kept the genre afloat for years. Arguably the most prominent category of reality TV is dating shows, such as The Bachelor, Love Island, or, more[Read More…]