Category Archives: Opinion

IT Chapter 2 floats, but not as much as the first one

    By: Dylan Frazier Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   The much anticipated, IT Chapter 2, came out last Friday and is getting some mixed reactions. Some say it drags and isn’t nearly as scary as its predecessor (it wasn’t), others appreciate how well it stayed true to the book. With its nearly three-hour runtime, […]

Angel has Fallen, But has the Franchise?

      By: Dylan Frazier, Pulse Editor Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   Sometimes it’s nice just to turn you brain off when watching a movie and just enjoy it for what it is. That’s exactly what Angel has Fallen is; you don’t have to really pay attention to anything other than the action. The […]

Not Just a Normal Game of Hide n’ Seek

By: Dylan Frazier, Pulse Editor Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   When you think of Hide and Seek, you think of the harmless game of finding someone. People of all ages  can play this game and have a ton of fun. But imagine playing it or it’s your life, doesn’t sound fun right? While it may […]

Good Boys is a Good One

By: Dylan Frazier Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44 From the minds that brought you Superbad and Neighbors,Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s latest project, Good Boys, follows three childhood friends on their journey to their first middle school party. With a lot of charm and several hilarious moments, Rogen and Goldberg have done it again with their […]

Everybody’s Gotta Hungry Heart

      By: Dylan Frazier Email: Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   In an era of reboots and sequels, it is nice to see an original concept work in a film. While it may be based on a book, Blinded by the Light, does an excellent job tackling racism, family dynamics, and finding out what you […]

Random, intentional kindnesses need no holiday

By Diana Montague, Communication Department Chair While wrapping up my weekly grocery games last Sunday, I heard the radio announcement that it was “National Random Act of Kindness Day.” Clearly I was not keeping up on my non-Hallmark-sanctioned holidays. By the time I heard that news, about the best random kindness I could do was leave […]

Oscars preview

By: Dylan Frazier Email: The Oscar’s are finally here and on Sunday, they will give out the award for best picture. Here are the nominees and how a quick review on each movie.  BlacKkKlansman Spike Lee’s latest project, BlacKkKlansman tackles the idea of race and police brutality in the 1970s. Detective Ron Stallworth (John […]

Thank u, Ariana

By: Olivia Wile Email: Twitter: o_wile Thank u, Ariana Grande for dropping your second album in less than eight months. After having three successful singles in, “Thank u, Next,” “Imagine,” and “7 Rings,” the pop singer released her full album on Friday, Feb. 8 with a fitting title of “Thank u, Next.” With about […]

The Favourite is sure to be a favorite

By: Dylan Frazier Email: With nominations that include Best Actress, Best Picture, and two Best Supporting Actress, The Favourite is quite the spin on traditional English royal families in the 18thcentury.  The story follows the Queen (Olivia Colman) and her servants (Rachel Weiss and Emma Stone) during a war against the French. What I […]

Is exclusivity dead? Asking for a friend

By: Olivia Wile Email: Twitter: o_wile With Valentines Day right around the corner, I thought to myself, ‘why not tackle a dating topic this week,’ especially amid my own personal struggles. These days, dating is hard. With exclusivity becoming a dying trend and dating apps on the rise, it seems like relationships are more […]

Thank U, Next – Ariana Grande’s newest single has a different take on exes

By: Abigail Frye Well guys, Ariana Grande has done it again. With her impressive vocals and feminist message, she has managed to influence our entire generation. Believe me when I say this is not something I would just say for anyone. I enjoy being critical of artists because of their misuse of their platforms and […]

Small-school feel, big-school opportunities

By: Olivia Wile Twitter: o_wile Email: With a little over 3,5000 undergraduate students at the University of Findlay, those who decide to call Oiler Nation their home typically do so for its small-school feel. With that small-school feel, however, also comes big-school opportunity. From job fairs to internship partners, there is no question the […]