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People need to see diverse cinema

Audiences are the solution to increasing representation With Marvel’s Black Panther poised to become the third highest domestically grossing film of all time, it’s time to have a discussion about diversity in cinema. Diversity is a two-way street. While audiences demand diversity, both in ethnicity

Toni Braxton | Sex & Cigarettes | Album Review

Record label: Def Jam Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars On Oct. 6, 2017, Toni Braxton released a new single entitled “Deadwood,” a song about being jilted by a lover. The rhythmic ballad featuring octave-jumping vocals became the lead single for her new album,

Bea Miller | Aurora | Album Review

Record label: Hollywood Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars On season two of The X-Factor, 19-year-old singer Bea Miller rose to fame. Her second studio album, aurora, is a compilation of the three EPs she released over the last year along with five new

Amazon Echos band together and form army

Rise of machines terrifying users Ever since the Amazon Echo was released in November 2014, people everywhere have installed the voice-controlled device in their homes. The Echo features Amazon’s artificial intelligence called “Alexa,” which responds to users when its name is called. While users have

Jack Kroll is ready for the future

Tech and education are colliding Jack Kroll sat down at a long, wooden table lined with an assortment of rolling chairs that make up the centerpiece of The Sentry’s office—the same table he used to work at as a Sentry employee. With a cup of

Quince Essential is required dining

COFFEE HOUSE MAKES NAME FOR ITSELF IN DENVER In the middle of a row of rather usual looking houses on Quince St., one stands out from the rest—not because it is designed differently or is nicer than the others, but because of the crowd it

Grace VanderWaal holds nothing back

Young singer gives refined performance Grace VanderWaal, winner of the 11th season of America’s Got Talent, took the stage at the Bluebird Theater on Feb. 16. The audience, a mix of pre-teen children as well as adults, waited eagerly as the minutes ticked past seven