LGB-TV: Sapphic shows return with new seasons

While Summer is typically television’s off season, things are heating up this year for shows featuring queer women. These shows with canon lesbian couples are returning with brand new seasons this May and June. While obviously exciting for the queer community, they each have something for everyone. So whether you’re straight, gay, or a unicorn, here’s a glimpse into some of summer’s most anticipated returning shows.

Coach-ella: Tips on how to survive the hottest weekend festival!

Being a Coachella Valley native, I have not only been to the festival once or twice, but I have witnessed firsthand the hilarious mishaps that can happen when you take on Coachella Fest without preparation. So, without further ado, here are my top 15 rules to surviving Coachella.

Coach-ella: Tips on how to survive the hottest weekend festival!

Thrilled for Thrones: Winter is coming... this summer

For those who follow each episode religiously, the worst is yet to come.As the great Tyrion Lannister (portrayed by Peter Dinklage) said, “A day will come when you think you are safe and happy and your joy will turn to ashes in your mouth.” This dreaded day is coming soon for Game of Thrones fans.

Poets pass on new perspectives at Writer’s Festival

Last week, visitors from Cuba, China, and Long Beach were invited to share their poetry in Whittier College’s annual Writer’s Festival. Students engaged with a variety of decorated poets and delved into issues of home, self-identification, and the environment.

Next to Normalizing mental illness on stage

In just two weeks, Whittier College’s Theatre and Communications Department will be producing the heart wrenching, “feel-everything” musical Next to Normal. This Pulitzer Prize

Flower POWER: Bon Appétit workers recognized

Students walked from the Campus Inn and The Spot to the dorms after sitting down with the five women daytime housekeeping staff to get an update on their working conditions.

Dystopian literature could be our new reality

If they disobey the law they are beaten brutally, and if they follow orders, it kills them inside. The main character Offred rebels against such a world in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. 

Females in film: falling short or rising high?

ust one woman has won Best Director in the 89 years the Academy Awards have been around. And, how many women have been nominated for Best Director? Spoiler alert; the answer is four.

Melissa McCarthy takes aim at Sean Spicer

In her latest appearances on Saturday Night Live (SNL), McCarthy directed her aggressive humor into an impression of a man who could definitely use a chill pill— White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. 

Is reality more terrifying than television?

The series is going in a whole new direction. Instead of mysterious disappearances, haunted landmarks, and serial killers, we are told to expect a season based on corrupt politicians.