In her new album “Chromatica”, Lady Gaga sings about facing her struggles with mental and physical health and accepting her flaws.
On this episode of Deja View, host Jake Leary is joined by Staff Writers Natalie Newman and Liza Gillespie to talk about the fourth version of “A Star is Born.” The 2018 version updates the story but doesn’t do enough to avoid the problematic tropes of previous iterations.
The story being told is a story of triumph — triumph over cultural adversity, triumph over family struggles and triumph over physical hindrances.
Twelve students and two professors had the opportunity to volunteer at the Super Bowl in Houston. Senior Brandon Buksbaum talked about his experience.
IC Voicestream, the college’s coed a cappella group, competed in the semifinal round of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella on March 29 at Rutgers University.
Trigger Warning: sexual assault, ED
In one of the most bizarre moves of a career characterized by publicity-grabbing stunts, Lady Gaga invited performance artist Millie Brown to vomit on her during a rendition of her song “Swine” at the SXSW music festival Thursday (March 13).
Just when you thought that Lady Gaga couldn’t dominate another aspect of pop culture, she has now taken over swanky department stores. That’s right – this holiday season, Gaga will be spreading festive cheer at the ever-venerable Barneys New York, where there will be a “Gaga workshop.” Guests will enter through the mouth of a…