Tents, Wasps, and DIYs! Oh My! An Animal Crossing: New Horizons Review

In 2001, the original Animal Crossing game debuted exclusively in Japan on the Nintendo 64. Later, it was enhanced and released in North America on Nintendo GameCube in 2002. Animal Crossing as a series is a life-simulation game that takes the players into a new civilization filled with animal villagers. Players have various ways of…

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Steven Universe: The Future Is Endless

Since 2013, Steven and his family of gem-based aliens have been protecting the citizens of Beach City from their kind, gems from their homeworld that didn’t understand the importance of Earth and people who live there.   The Crystal Gems can fuse to become stronger, giving us Dragonball Z energy while also drawing from shows…

Life Is Short: How ‘Heroines’ Hides its Horrors Within Humour

In her new monthly column, LIFE IS SHORT, Naomi Alexander embarks on a worldly exploration through the lens of short films, weaving tapestries where life and art collide.   ‘Okay’ is far from the most captivating word in the history of the English language but turn your sights on Katia Badalian’s debut short film and…

Phenomenal Woman: Malorie Blackman

Malorie Blackman is a British author who most well known for her series Noughts and Crosses. Typically set in a dystopian world or with a strong element of science fiction, her books discuss relevant social issues, race and ethics. Born in London, England, in 1962, she has Barbadian ancestry. Focusing on content aimed at children and…