Schools in the Orange Unified School district depend on Scholastic’s Reading Counts program to encourage their students to read and find books that they may like. Although this program has good intentions, it has become broken.
Posts published in “Entertainment and Arts”
Articles focusing on the arts or media. Movie and anime reviews, analysis on works of arts, or essays on the meaning of TV shows.
Fans went into the Lakewood Amphitheater expecting to hear only music, but they exited with an entirely new perspective on the band as a whole.
With the rise of true crime entertainment comes the rise of desensitization, a powerful and regretful force that only continues to grow.
Teens deserve responsible storytelling and authentic depictions of their life, not some lip-glossed flawless version. Networks and screenwriters have a moral obligation to shift towards prioritizing authentic teenage experiences for their audiences.
Social media is in its most basic form, brain rot - and Stan Twitter is perhaps the most psychologically harmful corner of the internet.