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Uncovering the Controversy of 13 Reasons Why

PLEASE NOTE: Contains Season 2 spoilers!!! Don’t say you haven’t been warned.

Sparking debate, outrage and heated discussion amongst individuals, Netflix original series, 13 Reasons Why is no stranger to controversy. 818 more words

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Suicide is not a commodity: 13 Reasons Why

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Chera Yoon
Editor-in-Chief
June 8, 2018

Late March of 2017, Netflix brought suicide to the small screen. The visual adaptation of Thirteen Reasons Why, a 2007 novel by Jay Asher, stirred nationwide controversy as a result of its spotty approach to tackling difficult social issues, such as depression and suicide. 510 more words

Opinions

Th1rteen R3asons Why you shouldn’t watch a show that’ll make you want to kill yourself

Okay, that may have been a bit too harsh, but I tend to be overdramatic when I’m forced to sit through something that I personally abhorred. 723 more words

My Thoughts on the Second Season of 13 Reasons Why

WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD!

Anyone who has a subscription to Netflix, or knows someone who has one, knows that the show 13 Reasons Why recently released a second season. 1,237 more words

Mental Health

13 Reasons Why Season 2: exploiting or highlighting mental health issues?

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SPOILER ALERT: This blog post discusses plot details of 13 Reasons Why Seasons One and Two. If you have not finished the show do not read on. 1,409 more words

Six Simon Says: 13 Reasons Why (Season 2)

I just finished binge-watching season 2 of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, it took me almost a week to get through all 13 episodes ( yeah, some people finished faster than I did but hey, I need to work!). 776 more words

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REVIEW: '13 Reasons Why: Season 2' is an Unnecessary Follow-Up

It’s been over a year since the first season of Netflix’s teen drama 13 Reasons Why premiered. The show, based on Jay Asher’s book of the same name, followed the aftermath of young Hannah Baker’s suicide on her high school and loved ones. 652 more words

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