Shelby Zunker

Shelby Zunker

Bio: Shelby Zunker is a recent graduate from Cardinal Stritch University with a degree in English and concentration on film studies. Originally from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, she loves all things creative including painting, drawing, reading, and writing. Specifically, she enjoys writing fiction and analyzing film and tv. Shelby hopes to one day publish her own novel and have written her own screenplay.

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Yet another lawsuit has come Disney’s way in the wake of settling their legal battle with Black Widow actress Scarlett Johnasson.

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Move Over Soy, Almond, Oat, And Coconut: There’s A New Milk In Town

The latest innovation in milk today is here and it’s an interesting one. A vegan plant-based company based in Sweden by the name of DUG has created potato milk, yet another dairy alternative.

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Andrew Yang Leaves Democratic Party

For 20 years, Yang was a registered Democrat. Now, he’s changing his vote to independent.

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Excited For The Brendan Fraser Renaissance? Then You Should Watch Doom Patrol

If you’re like me, The Mummy and Journey to the Center of the Earth were childhood favorite films with thrills and scares perfect for the whole family.

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After spending 20 years with the New England Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady makes a triumphant return to Foxborough, but this time on the opposing side with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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JCPenney Beauty To Launch Next Month

In an effort to revamp stores once it’s partnership with Sephora ends in 2022, JCPenney is implementing a brand-new beauty section called JCPenney Beauty.

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More Capitol Riot Subpoenas Issued This Week

On September 29, 11 more subpoenas were issued by the House select committee, consisting of seven Democrat and two Republican members, targeting those who played a part in the January 6th capitol riot

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America’s Debt Ceiling and Government Shutdown Explained

This past week, Democrats proposed a bill to the Senate that would raise the debt ceiling and avoid a government shutdown.

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Black Women Finally Inducted Into The National Inventors Hall of Fame

For the first time in its nearly fifty year history, Black women have been inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

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Will Venom 2 Or No Time To Die Be The Second Highest Grossing Film Of 2021?

After a lackluster beginning of 2021 for the film industry, fall is looking to turn things around. Disney’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has proved that movies can in fact make a comeback, and experts say the key to reviving the box office is to keep the momentum going, which looks likely with blockbusters coming the next two weekends in a row.

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Some NBA Players Are Looking For Ways Around The Covid-19 Vaccine

As the basketball training season begins, the league has implemented new rules for players who are not yet vaccinated, especially in New York and California.

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Bipartisan Police Reform Not Likely To Come Anytime Soon

After more than a year of working on a law that both Democrats and Republicans could approve of regarding police reform, Democrats have decided to take matters into their own hands and work on a bill themselves.

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