Election Years are the single most important times to have your voice heard on politics and issues. If you believe something and want to express that belief and see it put into practice in both the local and national community, vote for the candidates you believe will best represent you.

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Howie Hawkins began his campaign for the office of President of the United States back in 2019. Hawkins began with the goals of building the Green Party’s numbers so that it might be seen as a viable opposition to the two current primary parties and to put their stance on issues into the pub…

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Remember when Joe Biden was just an aviator-clad meme on the background of your friend’s phone? This was just one iteration of the Democratic senator turned vice president turned presidential front-runner, who has been around a long time.

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Howie Hawkins began his campaign for the office of President of the United States back in 2019. Hawkins began with the goals of building the Green Party’s numbers so that it might be seen as a viable opposition to the two current primary parties and to put their stance on issues into the pub…

There exists a plethora of titanic horror films that have influenced pop culture in unimaginable ways. However, before horror made its way into the cinematographic medium, it was already an icon of the literary world.

It is officially spooky season, which means streaming services will be adding some of your favorite scary movies to their platforms all month long. We’ll be giving you a glimpse into all the new TV series and movies making their debut on Netflix and Hulu this week.

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If you’ve seen one Adam Sandler movie, you’ve seen them all. It’s a common sentiment shared among movie goers, yet “Hubie Halloween” proves why this particular style of movie works. Not only is “Hubie Halloween” a legitimately funny movie, but it also comes close to some of Adam Sandler’s cl…

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On this week's episode of the Weekly Wrap-Up we take a look at the UT Culinary Boot Camp, TheCost of Hate Symposium, and the How to Vote Workshop!

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 “One Piece” is still on hiatus due to series creator Eiichiro Oda’s sudden health issues. If things are going according to plan, the series will return in the following issue of “Weekly Shonen Jump.”

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Let’s get this out of the way: Star Wars Squadrons is the most immersive Star Wars game on the market, with only Republic Commando coming close to that level of praise. The way your cockpit shudders as you strafe a Star Destroyer, or hearing the iconic shriek of TIE Fighters during dogfights…

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October is upon us, and with September coming to an end, we have new TV shows and movies coming out. With Halloween drawing near, there is no doubt we can expect horrors and thrillers to come out of the woodworks.

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Weekly manga authors work on a tight schedule. Some have worked so hard they’ve even ended up hospitalized in the past. Eiichiro Oda is no exception. Oda reportedly works so hard that “Shonen Jump” editors force him to take breaks every few weeks to preserve his health.

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Its officially October, which means the spooky season has begun! Everyone has their pick of classic movies and television episodes appropriate for the holiday, so we’re here to provide our picks for video games to play to get into the Halloween spirit.

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On this week's episode of the Weekly Wrap-Up we take a look at the Shakespeare Off The Square, this Saturday's UT football game, the Knoxville Horror Film Fest, and more!

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At the intersection of alternative rock and indie pop is LANY, a trio from Los Angeles. LANY’s third studio album, “mama’s boy,” was released on Friday, two years after “Malibu Nights,” perhaps the band’s most successful album to date.

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This week on the Music Minute, host Miles Dickerson talks about "You've Always Been Here" by The Jaded Hearts Club.

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In this episode, Jake talks about Then Came You, Friday the 13th, The Boys in the Band, and Monsterland. Check out What to Watch Wednesday every week to stay up to date with new movies releasing in theaters near you!

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The transition from September to October is sparse in terms of silver screen content. While there may be a few new classics re-airing at theaters near you, most content for the week is coming from streaming platforms. 

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Remember when Joe Biden was just an aviator-clad meme on the background of your friend’s phone? This was just one iteration of the Democratic senator turned vice president turned presidential front-runner, who has been around a long time.

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New life has been injected once again into No Man’s Sky. Within four years of its initial release, Hello Games has really turned around public attitude towards the procedurally generated cosmos exploring game. What started off as bloated promises has now evolved into a universe full of possi…

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The Super Mario series turns 35-years-old this year. To celebrate, Nintendo released Super Mario 3D All-Stars, with plans to launch other Mario-themed goodies over the next six months.

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Things are certainly heating up in the world of shonen manga. “One Piece” is nine chapters away from its milestone 1000th chapter, and “My Hero Academia” and “Jujutsu Kaisen” are inches away from concluding their respective climactic arcs thus far.

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From electronic R&B singer-songwriter Joji comes “Nectar,” his highly anticipated second studio album, released on Friday.

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In this episode, Jake talks about Break the Silence: The Movie, Akira 4K, Enola Holmes, and Secret Society of Second-Born Royals. Check out What to Watch Wednesday every week to stay up to date with new movies releasing in theaters near you!

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While COVID-19 has halted production on some film sets, new movies and series have continued to be released despite the pandemic. Since many theaters across the country aren’t open and aren’t premiering new movies, most new movies are being released on popular streaming services like Netflix…

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2020 has been an exhausting year. Between the pandemic, a tanking economy and an especially tense election year, life has felt like a drag. It’s hard to find a sense of peace or hope during these tumultuous times, yet it can come from unlikely places. Hope for the political future can be fou…