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Friday marked the 55thanniversary of the British sci-fi show “Doctor Who.” Created in 1963, the series follows an alien known only as the Doctor as they traverse time and space with their companions. Episodes take place in the future, past and present; on Earth, in space and on alien planets; they’re sometimes scary, sometimes silly and occasionally, incredibly moving.

Like many of my peers raised in the Bible belt, the clear satanic references in the trailer of the new Netflix original, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” made me wary to begin the series. But since I loved “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” the sitcom based off of the same comic as the Netflix original, I couldn’t resist trying to watch it. Sometimes you just have to make the risky streaming choice.

Holiday baking is here, and what other way to get in the spirit of things than to bake in your local community kitchen? Baking doesn’t have to be overwhelming, and with the right people, it can be really fun. Here are some easy, dorm-friendly dessert recipes that can get you to either study for your exams and essays or just prolong the inevitable.

Stand Atlantic is a trio from Sydney, Australia, and they have made their way here with their first studio album “Skinny Dipping,” which was released on Oct. 23. The pop-punk group formed in 2014 and consists of lead vocalist/guitarist Bonnie Fraser, bassist David Potter and drummer Jonno Panichi. The group also has an EP out titled “Sidewinder.”

Late 90s boy-band artist gone solo sensation Jesse McCartney is coming off of his latest single, “Wasted” that dropped in September. McCartney will be kicking off his The Resolution tour in January. 

In the meantime, McCartney performed at SFA’s Homecoming bonfire, which started off late due to technical difficulties and paused at one point later due to a medical emergency in the crowd.

The singer ended the show and the night with an encore performance of “Beautiful Soul.”