Author Madison Whatley

The Selby Auditorium was abuzz the night of Nov. 28 as the Saint Leo Slam Poetry Club hosted their annual SLAMabration event. Senior Psychology Major Milynthia Foard and Sophomore Marketing Major Chandler Gordon hosted the event and entertained viewers with comedic commentary. Quincy, a Junior Psychology Major, not only controlled the music for the event, keeping it lively, he also performed a spiritual and heart-wrenching poem. The theme of free expression was evident throughout the night as poems from artists of all backgrounds were performed through various means. Each act was unique and entertaining. It was clear that poetry holds…

CNBC recently premiered a new reality show that is unlike any other in its space. Each episode of “The Job Interview” follows two representatives of an actual company as they search for an ideal candidate to invite to join their team. The show follows employers as they go through the process of interviewing several candidates that have applied for the position. Viewers are able to learn what the employers are looking for in a candidate, which questions employers ask, and which critical faux pas cost interviewees that final approval from home without risking their own success. This show epitomizes the…

“A Bad Moms Christmas,” the sequel to “Bad Moms” (2016) uses comedy to highlight an issue that many Americans face during the holiday season. The mothers of “Bad Moms” realize that they have been overworking themselves to make Christmas perfect by societal standards to the point that they are unable to enjoy Christmas themselves and spend real quality time with their children separate from the superficial aspects of the holiday. The moms, Amy (Mila Kunis, “Friends with Benefits”), Kiki (Kristen Bell, “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”), and Carla (Kathryn Hahn, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days”) vow to take back…

“Jigsaw,” the heavily anticipated eighth installment in the Saw saga, lacks sophistication and plot coherency but gifts fans of the infamous “games” with creative new traps. “Jigsaw” premiered Oct. 27, almost exactly 13 years after the first film in the franchise, “Saw.” The franchise was featured as a haunted house at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights this year to promote the new movie. The initial film was a large-scale success and quickly became one of the most popular horror movies of its time with gross sales of over $100,000,000 at the box office, and the film acquired a cult following that…

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