Elizabeth Lathan

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  • AI shouldn't be in the writers' room anyways

    On Sept. 24 at around 1 a.m., I received a notification on my phone — praises were being sung about the writers strike being over. Was it really true? The cynic in me thinks it’s far too good to be true at this point, but it’s high time. After 148 days of protesting at picket lines, a tentative deal has finally been struck where [many of the requirements of the WGA’s demands are met](http:// https...

    Forum | October 9, 2023
  • Novel-Tea: Dracula Daily, round two

    Like others I've spoken to, reading recreationally has been a struggle these past few years between the weight of schoolwork and my own shortening attention span. Lately I've been eager to get back into it, and I’ve found that tools like audiobooks help a lot with keeping my attention while delivering a compelling story.

    Forum | October 9, 2023
  • 'Renfield' Review

    “The blood is the life.”

    Pillbox | May 1, 2023
  • DeSantis v. Disney

    Florida’s Disney Parks, consisting of Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios, have enjoyed privileges through the operation of their own self-governance since the parks opened, including special tax privileges. This week, Florida governor Ron DeSantis made several statements regarding the takedown of Disney’s self-controlled government in Central Florida.

    News | April 10, 2023
  • Scenefest; Elsewhere Review

    It’s that time of the year again (no, not midterms): performance season!! Whether it be an a capella concert or an S’n'S show, we’re coming up on the season of drama. Most recently, Scotch'n'Soda’s subtroupe New Works Coffeehouse put on a student written and performed show called “Scenefest: Elsewhere.” The stories were individually written and directed, though there was an overarching theme: the ...

    Pillbox | March 20, 2023

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