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My first weekend with PlayStation 5

The PlayStation 5 is an awesome piece of tech with great games, and my first weekend with the thing was honestly unforgettable.

‘Pet Sounds’ is a testament to the vulnerability of growing up

The record is a monument to the hardships of growing up, and transforms the momentary pain of life into something permanent and sublime: a monument to our collective experience. 

CT Recommends: ‘Over the Garden Wall’

This is a show that is meant to be rewatched at least a couple times, and you’re probably not going to understand every reference or foreshadowing clue that appears on the first watch.

Liv on the Edge: Creativity in the time of corona

It can be hard to find the energy to shift something that was once so easy and meaningful in person to an Internet landscape.

We’re closer than you think: Mizin Shin’s ‘Small World Network Model’

The piece does a wonderfully minimalist job at representing how our social and economic systems seem to function.

Changing things up: PASApella is still singing in the face of COVID-19

The creativity and effort the group has shown this fall in pursuit of their passion for a cappella is nothing short of admirable.

Would becoming a vampire be worth it?

In all seriousness, though, to answer this question, we must turn to Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” for answers.

Social Media Editor forced to run 5K for the Culture Section

In spite of my post-race aching body, the experience reminded me how much I enjoy running and how important it is to make time for things I enjoy.

Liv on the Edge: A ghost story

One of the most common tropes in horror fiction is the idea that the ghost — or the alien, or the demon, or the spirit — always exposes itself to the youngest member of the family.

The Cure’s ‘Seventeen Seconds’ is the perfect Halloween soundtrack

Whether you’re looking for artistic inspiration, watching a horror movie, partying with the four people you’re quarantined with, eating candy, breaking it to your parents that you’ve decided to become goth, running from serial killers, or haunting innocent hikers, be sure to put “Seventeen Seconds” on this Halloween.