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Taylor Swift : A Look Into Her Growth As A Modern Day Superstar

Whether you know her as Tay, Swifty, T-Swift, or even T-Swizzle, everyone who listens to this era’s modern music knows the blonde lyrical genius and country-pop superstar. Although she started solely as a country artist nearly fifteen years ago, throughout the years, the songwriter has experimented with many different musical genres. Here’s a deeper look into some of her major turning point albums released throughout her career.

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Five Movies To Watch Out For In 2021

Just a year into the new decade, the movie and film industry shows incredible potential. With comeback stories, horror films, action-packed adventures, and much more set to come out, movie fanatics overcome with excitement to see what’s in store for the coming decade. As a movie fanatic myself, here is a compiled list of the top five movies that you won’t want to miss out on in 2021. 

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Mosul: 101 minutes of greatness

Imagine a typical action movie. Now picture that movie set in ISIS-controlled Iraq, a brutal war enduring between the terrorist organization and a small band of Iraqi SWAT fighters. Now imagine that this team is full of interesting, unique, and sympathetic characters, each with his own strengths and weaknesses.

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The first episode of Attack on Titan’s final season blows up more than just the Internet

On December 6th, Attack on Titan: The Final Season’s first episode was released, effectively breaking the internet in the process. The final season has been long anticipated for the past two months, when the trailer dropped and set fans into a frenzy. With such high expectations, it is no surprise that there have been a number of changes to the show itself, both in production and in storyline.

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Never Have I Ever Sound Off

By: Ananya Donapati and Edward Simon Cruz Never Have I Ever is a Netflix comedy series that was released on April 27 and was created by Mindy Kaling. It centers around the sophomore year of Devi Vishwakumar, who deals with her dad’s recent death and is recovering from being paralyzed for three months. Devi pines for Paxton Hall-Yoshida, a hot […]