Jack Davis: The best traditional Thanksgiving food is the dinner roll. There is nothing better than warm and fluffy bread coming out of the oven on Thanksgiving Day. I also like dipping it in the mashed potatoes.
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Isabella Vesperini: It is completely acceptable to listen to Christmas music in November. The holiday season isn’t nearly long enough. Halloween hits, and then November and December FLY BY. And with how busy I am with school, the fact that it’s the holiday season never settles in. I feel like I can’t fully enjoy it because I’m packed with so many other things. Listening to Christmas music in November gives the holiday season more justice and helps me enjoy the time of year more.
Danny William: The eternal war between “Halloween” and “Friday the 13th" should be over. “Halloween” wins forever and ever. “Halloween” is a creatively made, beautifully shot film with one of the creepiest villains ever. “Friday the 13th" is lame and repetitive. Jason Vorhees should go drown in Crystal Lake again.
Special Guest Star, Visuals Editor Mira Athmarao: People who use the term “Reputation” era unironically are wrong. “Reputation” is a love album that is often misinterpreted as a revenge album. There are three songs that are specifically about revenge, but “I Did Something Bad”, “Look What You Made Me Do” and “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” are 1/5 of an album and calling it a revenge era album disgraces the true meaning of “Reputation”. “Delicate” was also a single that debuted alongside “Look What You Made Me Do”, and it is the true point of Reputation. Her reputation had never been worse, and the fans stuck with her and Joe (at the time) stuck with her. So, by calling it a Reputation era, you blatantly mislabel what is probably her second most romantic album.
Natalie Fitzgibbons: Fall festivities like pumpkin patches and apple orchards can be better than summer activities of going to the beach or water park. There’s something more peaceful and nostalgic about it. I think it’s because you can always go to a warmer climate for beach and water parks, but it has to be fall for pumpkin patches and apple orchards.
Isabella Vesperini: We should invest more in fun socks. Wearing socks with cool designs is cool and trendy. I have a whole collection of socks: one pair has penguins fishing, another pair has pastel-colored dinosaurs. I recently got a pair for Halloween with skeleton dinosaurs trick-or-treating. Wearing socks with creative designs makes me happy and feel better overall. I also just love looking at all the socks and planning when I'll wear each pair.
Jack Davis: Going to the movie theater is so much better than watching a movie on a streaming service. There is something about the environment of watching a movie with people that cannot be replicated while streaming it. For example, when you watch a horror movie, you get scared together or when you watch a Marvel movie, you get excited together. It is just a fun experience. If given the chance to watch at home or in a theater, I will choose theater every time.
Isabella Vesperini: Football infuriates me. I really don’t get the point of the sport; it’s essentially a bunch of men who attack each other and get a break every five seconds doing so. It's boring, hard to follow and inconsistent. I just don’t understand why the sport exists. There is no need for all the pomp and circumstance.
Natalie Fitzgibbons: Nothing can beat the feeling of driving with a car full of your friends, with the windows down, music blasting and everyone singing along to the songs.
Isabella Vesperini: Will Ferrell is a bad actor, period. He annoys me and doesn’t fit any role I’ve seen him in. He ruined “Elf” for me and was also bad in “Barbie.” Literally any other actor could’ve filled his shoes in both those movies, but for some reason they picked him.
Leila Faraday: Making and playing with slime is such an underrated way to destress. It is not just for kids and lives long past the 2016 Instagram trends.
Natalie Fitzgibbons: Wearing dresses and skirts all the time should be normalized. I enjoy wearing dresses and wore them the first week of my classes, and so many people had a look of amazement or assumed I was going on a date. I’m just a girly girl and being a girly girl should be embraced. Just because everyone else is wearing shorts or jeans, don’t feel pressure to do the same – wear your dresses and skirts and rock them.
Danny William: Air conditioning is one of the best things the United States has to offer, but man does it get annoying sometimes. Does every business need to keep their store at 60 degrees in the summertime? They’d save so much money by just turning it down a bit. Consider this a cold take, because I’m freezing out here.
Danny William: Can Tom Cruise really save cinema? Probably not. But I will gladly watch him jump out of planes and shatter all the bones in his feet for six more movies, please.
Danny William: As much as I love the institution of television, it’s completely overwhelming for me. Either I watch a beloved older show which consists of seven seasons of 22 episodes which could be removed from streaming at any moment, or I watch something new and have no clue when or where it will end after five years of watching. It’s a hard life out here.
Isabella Vesperini: Taylor Swift is overrated. To be clear, I fully respect her as a person and do like some of her music. Though for the most part, I think people hype her up way too much. Most of her music is mediocre and not that catchy; people give her too much credit. There are so many other artists out there who deserve some love and attention for the hard work they do, such as OSKAR O. and Bebe Rexha.
Danny William: Actors really shouldn’t have to gain or lose insane amounts of weight for roles. It’s incredibly detrimental to their bodies. Imagine going through hell to gain 60 pounds for a role and then having the movie flop. I would honestly quit. Crazy suggestion – what if directors just hired people who look like their desired body type in the first place?
Danny William: Cable television kind of rocks. The writers have to come up with the most deranged plotlines to keep their elderly viewer base entertained, which means a lot of fun for us young people. I sometimes watch this ABC show “Big Sky” with my mom, which makes me laugh so hard. It inexplicably stars Reba McEntire and “Supernatural’s” Jensen Ackles, playing basically Dean Winchester again. And, of course, who can forget about “The Good Doctor.” Shout-out to Dr. Han.
Isabella Vesperini: Starbucks is overrated. Not to mention expensive. The drinks are so basic and not great quality. The coffee is inconsistent and it’s always unnecessarily packed. Depending on which location you go to the drinks taste different. There’s nothing special or unique about Starbucks either; it’s your plain American go-to coffee shop. Its only redeeming quality are the cookies.
Danny William: I am not a soup fan. Food should be solid! Why is it “normal” to eat liquid for dinner?