In the latest season released this month of the Netflix drama "The Crown," which follows Queen Elizabeth II, many fans finally got what they had been waiting for: Princess Diana. She is the chief attraction of this season and public adoration for the late princess is soaring once again with fond remembrance.
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Mike Flanagan's "The Haunting of Hill House" was widely appraised for its unique portrayal of familiar supernatural elements. The Netflix show, adapted from Shirley Jackson's 1959 novel of the same name, aired in October 2018 and swiftly engaged a large audience. But it received some criticism for the way it modified the original story.
In the face of all the hardships of the world, remembering the things we are grateful for can be reassuring. But constantly being grateful can also lead us to blatantly ignore all our problems.
One of the greatest struggles of the present day is trying to stay socially cognizant without getting overwhelmed or harming your mental health. I experience this almost every day on a personal and social level.
I have witnessed a strong disdain toward popular music and any artist that is adored by the masses. This elitism is different from a simple dislike or lack of connection with a specific song.
As an introvert, I know there is no single definition of the trait.
Netflix's latest film "Enola Holmes" is a celebrated adaption of the original book series that introduces a new sister to the life of the well-known fictional detective Sherlock Holmes — and some ASU students agree.
Getting mental health care is often considered a luxury in many BIPOC cultures. Because of this, college students who belong to minority communities are less likely to ask for help when burdened with symptoms of mental illness.
A man at a party once demanded me to explain why organizations like the Society of Women Engineers need to exist. I was one of two women in the room, which had seven men. I checked my instinctive frustration and gave a cautious response.
This year has been less than ideal for students, but it was especially difficult and emotionally draining for international students.
Reclamation is an immensely powerful tool as communities and individuals have been reclaiming hate speech to take the power of these words back. Recently, a large part of the LGBTQ+ community has reclaimed the word "queer," freeing it from centuries of negative association.