Student Journalist who favors film+T.V , Politics, Business,National News, and Local News. I will write articles on anything and everything.
Hollywood executives should meet striking writers’ demands for fair pay
Entertainment writers should see increases in their compensation that reflect the detrimental impact of streaming services and rising inflation rates on pay across the board.
Gillibrand Advocates for EATS Act at Baruch
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand visited Baruch College to announce the arrival of the Enhanced Access To SNAP Act.
Baruch students enhance entrepreneurial mindset at video game competition
Baruch College students gathered to compete for cash in the CUNY-wide Venture Valley Collegiate Cup at the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship on May 3.
Speedy Recap: ‘The Flash’ Season 9, Episode 10
The Flash’s life has been defined by one date, March 19, 2000, a night in which the Reverse-Flash traveled back in time and murdered Barry’s mother. This event created a domino effect in The Flash’s life, which started with his father being framed for her murder.
Mexiculture holds celebration of Cinco de Mayo in former bookstore space
Baruch College’s Mexiculture Club hosted a festive Cinco De Mayo celebration on May 3 in the student lounge area.
Speedy Recap: The Flash Season 9, Episode 9
CW’s “The Flash” returned from a two-week hiatus with the final stretch of episodes, and episode nine did not disappoint fans with fan favorite reappearances and proper storyline.
FOX News must move on from Tucker Carlson
Talk-show host Tucker Carlson’s termination from Fox News proves that no one in the television industry is above respecting media ethics. His on-air rhetoric should serve as a warning of the danger of blurring the line between news and opinion in journalism.
Half of NYC residents cannot afford basic needs
New York City, known to be an expensive place to live in, is currently facing one of its highest affordability crisis in the last two decades, according to a report.
Frank Ocean’s Coachella performance gains controversy after delayed set
2023 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival headliner Frank Ocean was a trending topic over the weekend, but for the wrong reasons.
USG interfaith proposal fails due to too few votes
The petition that called for the creation of a larger Baruch College interfaith space failed to meet the number of signatures needed for approval, according to the Undergraduate Student Government.
HBO Max and Discovery+ Merge to become ‘Max’
Warner Bros. Discovery Inc. announced that its two streaming platforms, HBO Max and Discovery+ will merge into one service known as “Max.”
Box office numbers restore hope for financial comeback from pandemic
When movie theaters shut their doors in March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they left a huge void and a cloud of uncertainty in the entertainment industry. But recent box office numbers show promising signs for the future of films.
Baruch MSA protests for creation of interfaith space on campus
Baruch College’s Muslim Student Association organized a mass protest for an immediate solution to concerns about prayer space in the Clivner=Field Plaza on April 20.
Disney appoints chief brand officer amid cost-saving efforts and firings
The Walt Disney Co. tapped Asad Ayaz to become the company’s inaugural chief brand officer.
CUNY ushers in post-pandemic era with end to vaccine mandate
CUNY announced that it will end its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for students, faculty and staff by the end of the spring semester. This significant move is a timely one, signaling a new post-pandemic era with relaxed safety protocols.