THE EXPONENT

Magical Realism and Civil Unrest Collide in Fiction Masterpiece

Hanna Walker, Managing Editor

May 7, 2020

These days, there are all kinds of immigrant narratives throughout the literature world.

Sports Quarantine Queue

Tyler Teare, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

If you are like millions across the globe, this is an incredibly difficult time with the lack of sports that are on TV.

Press Play on Podcasts

Tyler Teare, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

Podcasts are one of the fastest growing mediums for content in the world.

5 Must-Watch Streamed Shows: For Students, By Students

Skylar Sakonyi, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

With the current COVID-19 pandemic at the forefront of every news channel and social media network, it can be helpful for students to turn to television for a distraction.

The Power of the Pen Pal

D'Ella Heschmeyer, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

Social distancing can get complicated at times, especially when the only things to do are schoolwork or to binge-watch yet another TV show on Netflix.

The Perspective of a Student Journalist in Quarantine

Rachel Binder, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

Despite no longer being on campus, the Exponent staff has continued working remotely to keep writing and to keep the campus updated on the many changes happening right now.

3 Binge-Worthy Shows for When Quarantine Boredom Strikes

Sarah Lyons, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

If online classes aren’t keeping you busy enough, there are three thrilling Netflix series that will.

The Power of ‘Quiet’ Shows Value of Introverts in a Noisy Society

Hanna Walker, Managing Editor

March 9, 2020

It’s quite the accomplishment for a book to remain on the bestseller’s list for an entire year, but Susan Cain’s nonfiction masterpiece “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” has surpassed that feat by seven years.

‘The Invisible Man’ finds inventiveness within an old story

Justin McMullen, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

It should be said that horror veteran Leigh Whannel’s new stylish sci-fi thriller “The Invisible Man” isn’t exactly breaking new ground.

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