Marvel confirmed rumors that Benedict Cumberbatch will play Doctor Strange in the November 2016 piece of the studio’s Phase Three plan.
Merry Christmas to all of us!
From the Duke Lacrosse case to the Temple Football case, when a rape story gains national attention and it turns out to be false, the nation moves on to find the next rage-inspiring rape story.
Rape is a serious issue, and stories like this harm true victims and cheapen their experience. The collective obsession with these ferocious, grotesque, graphic rapes diminishes the significance of all rape cases.
If your Thanksgiving was anything like mine, you have a new distaste for certain fowl buzzwords. Simple words like Israel, immigration and Ferguson provoke debate, outrage and, most of all, confusion.
With media clawing for your attention and claiming to report objectively, how do you know what is right when multiple sources conflict with each other? Take the recent spectacle in Ferguson, Mo. for instance.
The Christmas season is certainly one of the more joyous parts of the calendar year.
The decorations, the gifts, the baked goods and the binge-watching of movies—like my all-time favorite, “Christmas Vacation”—are all part of one of my favorite holidays. Those of you who read my column regularly, know that Christmas falls second to Halloween on my favorite holiday list.
I’d like to believe that all people have the potential to be good and do the right thing and all those other optimistic ideas of good conquering evil most people give up on when they come to college.
That’s why stories about heroes who forsake their duty to the people they protect, like the many cases of police brutality in the U.S., discourage my faith in humanity and decrease my faith in the security of our nation.