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Michelle Jin

Michelle Jin, Graphics Editor

California based Michelle Jin is an artist and writer. Michelle’s art mostly consists of digital illustrations and animation. She is a staff writer for the Nexus. In her free time she likes to watch movies, go horseback riding, and bake.

 

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Best Projects of the Summer

Best Projects of the Summer

August 27, 2021

Album: Call Me If You Get Lost “Call Me If You Get Lost” is by far one of Tyler, the Creator's best albums to date. I was skeptical about how this would measure up to his last album, “Igor,”...

Review: The Woman in the Window

Review: The Woman in the Window

June 14, 2021

 3/5 Based on the popular 2018 novel by A.J Finn, The Woman in the Window released May 14, after undergoing many delays and reshoots. The film follows the agoraphobic Dr. Anna Fox,...

Cartoon

Cartoon

June 14, 2021

Opinion: Censorship obstructs art's purpose, inhibits individual expression

Opinion: Censorship obstructs art’s purpose, inhibits individual expression

May 10, 2021

Censorship can be dated all the way back to ancient Greek and Roman times. Works of literature and art that were prohibited a long time ago are widely available and used nowadays in modern life. Michelangelo,...

Cartoon

Cartoon

May 10, 2021

Opinion: Crypto art could be the future of the art industry

Opinion: Crypto art could be the future of the art industry

April 8, 2021

In this online age where technology is constantly advancing, digital artists are finding new ways to show and sell their works. Crypto art, in simple terms, is digital art relating to Blockchain technology,...

Cartoon: Zoom

Cartoon: Zoom

March 11, 2021

Movie Review: I Care a Lot

Movie Review: I Care a Lot

March 11, 2021

 3/5 Directed by J Blackson, I Care a Lot is a Netflix thriller released on Feb. 19 starring Rosamund Pike. The two-hour film is centered around her character, Marla Grayson. She appears...

TV Show Review: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

TV Show Review: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

March 11, 2021

 3.5/5 Netflix’s latest true crime docu-series, Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, covers the history of Los Angeles’s notorious Cecil Hotel and the investigation of...

Cartoon by Michelle Jin

Cartoon by Michelle Jin

February 11, 2021

TV Show Review: Night Stalker

TV Show Review: Night Stalker

February 11, 2021

 3.5/5 Netflix’s new true crime documentary is a limited series focusing on Richard Ramirez, otherwise known as the “Night Stalker,” who terrorized Los Angeles and San Francisco...

Cartoon by Michelle Jin

Cartoon by Michelle Jin

January 21, 2021

TV Show Review: Bridgerton

TV Show Review: Bridgerton

January 21, 2021

 4/5 Netflix’s Bridgerton, created by Chris Van Dunsen, is an adaptation of the first book in a series of eight regency romance novels called “Bridgertons,” by Julia Quinn. The...

Art by Grace Tseng

Opinion: Studio Ghibli animation techniques revolutionize the film industry

December 17, 2020

Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation film studio based in Tokyo and Hayao Miyazaki is the imaginative and visionary director behind many of the studio’s iconic films. From strange fantastical creatures...

Opinion: COVID-19 exposes faults in fast-fashion industry

Opinion: COVID-19 exposes faults in fast-fashion industry

November 19, 2020

The term “fast fashion” is used to describe inexpensive designs that move quickly from the catwalk to stores to meet new trends, and get the latest designs to a wide variety of consumers at affordable...

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