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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Marcia Neville kicks off a career

COMMUNICATION IS A TEAM A SPORT Sports and teamwork are important to Marcia Neville. In fact, she’s made a career out of them. Neville grew up hopping around the country, landing in Denver after graduating from Ithaca College with a Bachelor’s degree in Radio &

Silent discos are a trend on the rise

WHAT IS THE FASCINATION BEHIND SILENT DISCOS? Imagine a room full of dancing bodies, jumping and smiling late into the night, while a DJ is in the front of the venue providing the atmosphere. Instead of the live music being sent through loud speakers, it

Five underrated music documentaries

THE DOCUMENTARIES NO ONE HAS HEARD OF Celebrities and musicians lend themselves to voyeurism; that is not to say that it is a negative thing, since it gives viewers an insight into parts of idol’s lives they may have not known. Documentaries humanize pop culture

Yung Lean | Stranger: Album Review

Artist: Yung Lean Album: Stranger Release Date: Nov. 10th Yung Lean is the 21-year-old rapper from Stockholm that gained attention at the age of 16 for his hypnotic, monolithic, and space-age-infused music. He cultivated the internet movement known as the “sadboys” and has released his

Should all majors require science classes?

NOT EVERYONE NEEDS THEM | By Kendra Hardin The promise of the opportunity to focus on one’s passions in college is only a half-truth for non-science majors. While useful for aspiring scientists, required science classes are excessive and distracting for all other majors. At the cost

Parking should be free on weekends

HARDWORKING STUDENTS AND STAFF DESERVE IT It’s ironic that the students and faculty who go above and beyond to contribute to their university on the weekends still have to pay above and beyond what should be necessary for parking. Instead, these hard-working students and faculty

21 Savage & Offset | Without Warning: Album Review

Artist: 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin Album: Without Warning Release Date: Oct. 31st The Atlanta, Georgia rap scene continues to drop totally out-of-the-blue, star-studded projects, first with Future and Young Thug’s mixtape, Super Slimey, a few weeks ago. Without Warning, a collaboration featuring one