Articles by Ryann Stutz


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This week’s ‘Best Sellers’ list

Each week the New York Times ranks books sold in the United States based on format and genre. Hitting the top of the charts this week are “The Midnight Line,” “Obama: An Intimate Portrait” and “Uncommon Type,” respectively. “Midnight Line” is the newest addition to the list this month. The twenty-second book in the Jack…

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Hulu joins Spotify for students

“We love students; that’s why we made premium for students.” Spotify and Hulu have teamed up to offer a new bundle deal that includes Spotify’s premium ad-free tier, and Hulu’s with limited commercials. The deal will be available for $4.99 per month to US undergraduate students age 18 or older at an accredited college or…

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It’s time for Halloween movies

With October coming to a close next week, there’s one thing on everyone’s minds, and that’s Halloween. Costumes have been picked, decorations have been set, and pumpkins have been carved; the only thing left to do is curl up and watch a spooky movie. But which ones? Listed below are three options for your entertainment….

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Cultural art exhibitions

As we near the end of October, the Kruizenga Art Museum will host two events: “After Hours: A Taste of Japan” and “Day of the Dead Celebration,” on Oct. 26 and 28, respectively. The Kruizenga is known for incorporating pieces that are culturally appreciative into their galleries, such as their current exhibit on Japanese Meiji…

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Fall months are for spring fashions

When you think of New York, London, Milan, Paris and Tokyo, you can’t help but think about the one thing that brings them all together: fashion. Every September October, fashion’s elite flock to these cities’ runways to see “ready-to-wear” collections intended for the spring of the following year. Here’s a recap of what we’ve witnessed…