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Lillian Beatrice Dunn

Lillian Beatrice Dunn is an Arts & Entertainment Editor for the New University, majoring in Literary Journalism and minoring in Queer Studies and Creative Writing. She has over 50 published pieces, including interviews with indie band Small Crush and dark-pop princess Ashley Sienna. She has freelanced for OUT FRONT Magazine and the LA Dance Chronicle and has previously held staff writer positions at Her Campus UCI and Fever Dreams Magazine.

Sir Chloe Debuts Matured, Polished Style With New Single “Hooves” 

Perpetually performing in a black suit jacket and white dress shirt with her short, wavy bob and dark, bushy eyebrows, Dana Foote fronts the...

Everyone’s a Suspect in “You” Season 4, Part 1

Ex-“Gossip Girl” star Penn Badgley returned as the ever-charming, professional stalker with a degree in denial in “You” season 4, part one. The first...

Natasha Lyonne Shines in Peacock’s ‘Poker Face’ Series as a Genderless Icon

With her iconic flaming orange hair and unmistakable raspy, New York accent, “Russian Doll” star Natasha Lyonne plays Charlie Cale in the 10-episode whodunnit...

High Fashion Godmother of Punk Vivienne Westwood, Dead at 81

Lifelong trailblazer and originator of the punk style, Dame Vivienne Westwood died at 81 years old on Dec. 29. Westwood was known for her...

Mark Ryden Brings Out the Divine Feminism and Enchanting Surrealism In Barbie in Latest “Pink Pop” Exhibit

Mattel Creations asked iconic pop surrealist Mark Ryden to create a Barbie-themed exhibit, where he curated collectible toys, paintings, sketches and sculptures in his...

“M3GAN” Is Queer-Coded: How the Overnight AI Icon Gets Away with Murder

The sci-fi-horror film “M3GAN” was released in theaters on Jan. 6, taking the world by storm with its commentary on trauma, queer co-parenting and...

‘The L Word: Generation Q’ Season 3 Beginnings Make Strides From Its Early-2000s Origins While Returning to Its Roots

Showtime’s third season of “The L Word: Generation Q, ” a continuation of the heavily-critiqued original “L Word” television series, released on Nov. 18....

Once a Moldy Peach, Always a Moldy Peach: Kimya Dawson Warms up for ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom’ Premiere With Cozy Outdoor Ranch Show

Alternative indie singer-songwriter, Kimya Dawson, assembled a last-minute outdoor concert on Oct. 26 in preparation for a Moldy Peaches reunion at the “Meet Me...

Amazon Freevee’s ‘High School’ Is a Beautiful Coming-of-Age Portrayal of Queerness and Sisterhood

Amazon Freevee’s new coming-of-age drama, “High School,” finished its first season on Oct. 27, featuring beloved new-wave indie artists of the ‘90s, Tegan and...

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