Entertainment & Celebrities

3 Important Takeaways from Saturday Night Live’s “Welcome To Hell”

By Traci Ayub--For many, the news from the past few months has been a shocker with multiple powerful actors and politicians being accused of sexual misconduct. For the rest of us, it’s no shock. In a catchy bubblegum pop parody, the women of Saturday Night Live gleefully sing about the recent events in the song titled “Welcome to Hell.”

#ANoteToShawn

By River Ceballos--If you’re as much of a music lover as I am, you’ve probably heard of Shawn Mendes. All you super fans probably know him by his birth name, Shawn Peter Raul Mendes.

5 Things “Mean Girls” Taught Us About Beauty and Confidence

Happy Mean Girls Day! Is there anyone among us who hasn’t seen this teen comedy at least three times? Sure, the flick was chock-full of snark, but it also taught us important life lessons that had nothing to do with wearing pink on Wednesdays.

Ariel Winter is Not Having Any of Your Body Shaming

By Olivia Clancy--Eight years ago, Ariel Winter made a name for herself when she was cast as Alex Dunphy on ABC’s Modern Family. Today, she uses that name to spread body positivity in the wake of body shamers.

Fat Shaming Isn't Funny, Katy Perry

By Anna Sundquist--Singer Katy Perry just unveiled her latest music video, and has received plenty of negative press and backlash in response. After the release of the track in May, Perry’s song “Swish Swish” has been speculated to be a response to Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood.” But the music video has much bigger issues; mainly, the use of fat-shaming throughout.

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