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Which Netflix comedians are worth your attention?

Over the years, Netflix has brought many quality shows to our screens.  While the original programming may be fantastic, Netflix’s stand-up comedy specials are...

‘Tabilb’ is the perfect film for romance

There has never been a better time to consume some fantastically cheesy romance narratives considering the overwhelming amount of tongue-in-cheek comedies flooding cinemas and...

Streaming is better than cable

Internet streaming sites such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime are revolutionizing the way we watch television. With our favorite shows and movies readily...

Netflix releases Ted Bundy documentary

Netflix dropped “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” Thursday, Jan. 24, the day following the 30th anniversary of the execution of serial...

‘Sierra Burgess is a Loser’ misses the mark as a teen rom-com

After a successful release of the Netflix original “To All the Boys I Loved Before,” the company unveiled yet another teen rom-com on Sept....

Fans Wary of Netflix’s ‘Full House’ Spinoff

What ever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, evening TV? You miss your old familiar friends, but waiting just around the bend, they’re...

Tensions Brew in House of Cards Opener

Alan Rawls - Managing Editor Unlike the last two seasons, I plan on savoring each season three episode of “House of Cards” by watching one...

Four new shows for lazy fall nights

The time has come. You need a new TV show because your old favorite has been guillotined by the network, been drowned in unwatchable stupidity...

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Southern Miss learns from mistakes at LA Tech

After a 45-30 loss to LA Tech on Oct. 18, Southern Miss now sits at number three...
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Students should read instead of scroll

If you feel like you are seeing fewer books and more phones in the hands of students, you are not alone. It is not at all an uncommon sight to see a group of young people sitting together but immersed in their phones.

‘Jexi’ represents everything wrong with modern comedy films

Jon Lucas and Scott Moore’s “Jexi” is a film about a man who finds himself being controlled by a sentient, Siri-like entity named Jexi. While

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Southern Miss learns from mistakes at LA Tech

After a 45-30 loss to LA Tech...

Students should read instead of scroll

If you feel like you are seeing fewer books and more phones in the hands of students, you are not alone. It is not at all an uncommon sight to see a group of young people sitting together but immersed in their phones.