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Review: Singles for the week 11/3

Review: Singles for the week 11/3

By Jake Leary, Life and Culture Editor November 4, 2017

After a week hiatus, Life and Culture Editor Jake Leary is back with reviews for the latest singles. “Call It What You Want” Taylor Swift Released Nov. 3 Big Machine Label Group It’s...

Kendrick Lamars newest album, DAMN., released April 14 and features guest appearances by U2, Rihanna and Zacari. DAMN. is Lamars sixth album and follows the 2016 release untitled unmastered.

Review: Kendrick Lamar conquers the hip-hop competition

By Matt Maloney, Assistant Multimedia Editor April 26, 2017
It may not be a straightforward classic like “good kid, m.A.A.d city,” or sonically experimental like “To Pimp a Butterfly,” but it has mass appeal.

Phoenix, U2 Concert, Moving to DC, and Craziness

By Christina Tudor June 7, 2015

A few days ago, someone called me the blogging expert. I smiled at the compliment but felt a twinge of guilt in my stomach as thought about how long it had been since I cracked open WordPress and hit the...

A Sort of Goodbye

May 6, 2012
On any normal Sunday morning, I would be fretting over which song is going to be the song of the week. But not this week. We sent out our last issue of the semester on Thursday, so a song of the week is not needed. So it is at this time that I will announce…

Track By Track: ACH-toong BAY-bi

By Jared Dionne November 18, 2011
This year marks the 20th anniversary of U2’s landmark album, “Achtung Baby.” Besides releasing an utterly massive special edition box set that made U2 fanatics everywhere salivate like rabid dogs, the band also recruited some of their favorite artists to cover their songs from the original album. The result is an impressive covers album called…

Split Peas

By Jared Dionne October 8, 2011
Rumor has it the once reputable rap megastars the Black Eyed Peas may be opting for a permanent split instead of the “indefinite hiatus.” That collective gasp you just heard was thousands of middle school dance DJs realizing half of their playlist is suddenly an antique.   The group was slated to perform at a…

Joy-less Division

By Jared Dionne October 7, 2011
I am obsessed with dark music. I’m a very happy person, but there’s something about a mood-inducing melody that really gets me. I think I may use this music as a type of emotional therapy. Sometimes you just need to be ticked off or upset in order to keep yourself in check.   So I…
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