With Citizens’ 4th studio album release, we get a deeper look into the heart of a Christian at war: flesh and fears, finding rescue from God or self?

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We all need alone time once in a while. Between school, work, extracurricular activities, church and bible studies, friends, family, and other obligations, sometimes we feel like we need a little space. But what happens when we distance ourselves too much? I’ve been struggling with mood disorders for a long time now. Sparing you the…

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(This post contains many spoilers on the fairly recent game Celeste. Do not read if it’s one you intend to play blind. Check out the GUG review here!) In a world where society decries the artistic and relatable value of video games, there’s a little puzzle platformer called Celeste. In it you play as Madeline…

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**As the title implies, this post speaks towards suicide—how we consume it in media, how it functions culturally, how it affects personal experience. If this is a sensitive topic for you, be mindful of continuing.** High school was the first time suicide directly impacted my life. A minor friend of a few years had convinced…

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Batman wouldn’t be half the worldwide phenomenon he is without his rogues gallery of carefully crafted supervillains. In fact, sometimes the colorful criminal element of Gotham gets just as much attention as the Dark Knight. The Joker, who is Batman’s classic arch nemesis, is a perfectly perverse foil of the brooding hero – a splash…

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