Music Mondays (6-19-17): AJR and Phoenix

This is Music Mondays, a weekly music column. This week, it’s two new album reviews! AJR, “The Click” My favorite albums from last summer were Weezer’s “The White Album” and Jon Bellion’s “The Human Condition”. On my quest for this year’s “album of the summer”, I came across AJR’s “The Click” on the list of […]

Kids in College, Episode 18

In episode 18 of Kids in College, Jacob Douglas and I talk about two of our favorite summer things: movies and E3. After discussing our jobs, we talk about Alien: Covenant, Baywatch, and predict the big E3 video game show. (Sadly, many of my dream predictions did not come true. I’m still waiting on Sunset […]

Music Mondays (6-12-17): Bleachers, “Gone Now” Review

This is Music Mondays, a weekly music column. This week, it’s a new album review! Bleachers, “Gone Now” Review Jack Antonoff does not need fun. anymore. Jack is the guitarist for the band made famous by songs like “Some Nights” and “We Are Young”. After the band went on hiatus to pursue other projects in […]

Kids in College, Episode 17

In episode 17 of Kids in College, Jacob Douglas and I record our first episode of the summer. We discuss Chance the Rapper’s concert, Logic’s album “Everybody”, and are visited by special guest Jacob Mosher (my brother) at the end. Subscribe, follow, and rate us on SoundCloud, iTunes Podcasts, and Stitcher. Special thanks to Jonathan […]

Kids in College, Episode 16

In episode 16 of Kids in College, Jacob Douglas and I look back on our freshmen year by sharing our favorite stories and giving advice to future college students. Then, we talk about why we love our siblings and choose the best and worst books, TV shows, movies, and video games. With our first year […]

“Wonder Woman” Review

The following review is spoiler-free. “Wonder Woman” is not just a great DC movie. It’s a great movie in general. The first statement is not a difficult one to make, especially given DC’s rocky cinematic history in the last few years (“Man of Steel”, “Batman v Superman”, and “Suicide Squad”). “Wonder Woman” breaks free from […]