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REVIEW: Adaptation of ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ changes setting to enhance storytelling

“A Wrinkle in Time” is a science fantasy adventure film, directed by Ava DuVernay and based on the 1962 novel by Madeleine L’Engle. Four years after the disappearance of her astrophysicist father, thirteen-year-old Meg Murry (played by Storm Reid) meets three astral travelers, Mrs. Whatsit (played by Reese Witherspoon), Mrs. ...

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Zootopia

“Zootopia” is an important animated film for the modern age. The movie’s themes make it a surprisingly deep children’s movie. It truly is hard to talk about because of the number of things going on in the film. Zootopia is an interesting world; it establishes that both predator and prey have ...

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Adulting 101: Internships

One of the struggles of being in college is that, since you don’t actually have a degree yet, you aren’t qualified to have any sort of job that you might be interested in turning into a career. And, on the rare occasion you go looking at job postings (just in ...

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Disney, the good ole days

Long ago in a far off universe, before debt, responsibility and Netflix and chill, there were Disney movies and pizza parties. This week is an ode to that time, because college is tough and sometimes I just want to have a slumber party, eat junk food and watch Disney/Disney Channel ...

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An open letter to the next generation of CPs

To the next generation of College Program students, My Disney College Program is now over, and the torch is being passed to you. This experience can be the best or worst 5-8 months of your college life: it all just depends on how you look at it. So whether you ...

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Working for Walt: Holidays and reflection

So, a few weeks back I wrote an article discussing how Christmas time is the busiest time of the year at Walt Disney World. That statement is proving to be 100 percent true. These past few weeks have been filled with long shifts, working six days a week (as opposed ...

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