Sesame Street Adds New Autistic Muppet to its Family

By Rebecca Cohen For Unwind magazine For the first time in over 10 years, Sesame Street is introducing a new character to its Muppet family. Julia, the first ever autistic Muppet to be on air, will join the Sesame Street family this season, making a few guest appearances. She will become a more regular character in the next season. Julia’s character originated in Sesame Street’s … Continue reading Sesame Street Adds New Autistic Muppet to its Family

“Rick and Morty” Season 3 Premiere Aired Secretly and Began the Szechuan Sauce Obsession

By Matthew Caillouet For Unwind magazine The highly anticipated premiere of the third season of “Rick and Morty” has taken hold of social media over the past several months. The Adult Swim program developed many interactive social media platforms such as “Pocket Morty’s” and #FreeRick, which have exploded on Twitter, and has kept its young fan base interested in the upcoming season. However, until April … Continue reading “Rick and Morty” Season 3 Premiere Aired Secretly and Began the Szechuan Sauce Obsession

Reading a Book versus Watching Television

By Justine Bach For Unwind magazine Let’s say you’re looking for something productive and mentally stimulating to do on your night off and consider two viable options: watch a TV show or read a book. While the more beneficial choice may seem obvious, there are actually advantages and disadvantages to both options. Mental health is an essential factor to living a quality life. As a … Continue reading Reading a Book versus Watching Television

Saturday Night Live Presidential Candidate Imitations Gain Student Approval

By Analeigh Hughes For Unwind magazine Gov. Sarah Palin once said, “I can see Russia from my house!” -sort of. Many people associate this quote with the former governor of Alaska who rose to fame when she was Sen. John McCain’s running mate in the 2008 presidential election. In reality, the quote said by Sarah Palin was actually: “They’re our next-door neighbors, and you can … Continue reading Saturday Night Live Presidential Candidate Imitations Gain Student Approval

The Amazing Races: ABC is playing the race card—every race card there is

By Samantha Reilly ABC spent months flooding its programming and advertisements with glimpses into a lineup of shows that premiered this past September and October, many of which focus on a specific race and rely on all the expected stereotypes to go along with it. ABC’s new shows include “Black-ish,” “Cristela” and “Selfie,” which all premiered this fall, and “Fresh off the Boat,” which is … Continue reading The Amazing Races: ABC is playing the race card—every race card there is

Unwind’s summer TV preview: Game of Thrones

By Mackenzie Cutruzzula HBO’s hit series “Game of Thrones”kicked off Sunday, April 6. In all, 6.6 million viewers tuned in for the highly anticipated “Two Swords” premiere episode. The television hit is adapted from George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series. Sydney Keough,a sophomore mechanical engineering major,has been pleased with the adaptations so far. “They’re pretty darn close to the books … Continue reading Unwind’s summer TV preview: Game of Thrones

Students rank best guilty pleasures

By Mel DeCandia This university has its fair share of “Breaking Bad,” “House of Cards” and “Girls”fans. These TV shows are undeniable hits, winning praise from critics and the considerable masses alike; they have earned several Emmy and Golden Globe awards and nominations among them. But not all entertainment garners widespread approval.So every once in awhile, that rare alone time comes around, and true television … Continue reading Students rank best guilty pleasures