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Oregon against baker in landmark LGBTQ case

Case explores discrimination vs. First Amendment On Dec. 28, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled against two Christian bakers who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. The owners of Sweet Cakes bakery, Aaron and Melissa Klein, argued that making the cake,

Insidious: The Last Key is rightfully the last

Final film of franchise doesn’t deliver Insidious: The Last Key is the prequel nobody asked for. Following the lady with nine lives, Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), chapter four of the Insidious franchise takes audiences into the childhood of the esteemed parapsychologist that they have grown

Best and most versatile meme

[INSERT BLINKING WHITE GUY] While there are many classic memes that keep people entertained for hours on end, every year people anticipate what relatable meme they will use incessantly on all social media platforms. 2017 was filled with great memes, but the best one to

Greta van fleet | From the Fires: Album Review

Artist: Greta van fleet Album: From the Fires Release Date: Nov. 10th Greta Van Fleet is a literal band of brothers Josh, Jake, and Sam Kiszka, along with Danny Wagner. And they’re bringing back classic rock with their own style. With the release of their

Cardi B drops records and takes names

WOMEN IN HIP HOP GET NOTORIETY Cardi B is one of the few women to successfully monopolize the market on Instagram fame and use reality TV to garner her hip hop career. Born Ballcalis Almanzar, the bronx-born rapper signed to Atlantic Records after choosing to

Frank Winchester lives a musical life

RAP AND HIP HOP PLAY ROLE IN HIS ACADEMICS Streaming services such as Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube are taking over the music industry, and many artists are using these platforms to make a name for themselves in the music scene. Take for example Frank Winchester,

Colorado’s Director of Transportation steps down

HOW WILL THIS AFFECT COMMUTER STUDENTS? Shailen P. Bhatt, the Executive Director of Colorado’s Department of Transportation has decided to step down from his position to lead a transportation advocacy organization in his new role as president and CEO of the Intelligent Transportation Society of

The Used | The Canyon: Album Review

Artist: The Used Album: The Canyon Release Date: Oct. 26th, 2017 Utah natives and alternative rock band The Used return with The Canyon, their seventh studio album, following their 2014 album Imaginary Enemy. This album pivots away from the band’s bleak first-wave emo sound and

Second season expands Stranger Things world

HAWKINS HAS NEW RESIDENTS When Stranger Things debuted in 2016, it became an instant hit. Viewers clung to the 80s nostalgia and a rebirth of The Goonies gang. Often times with popular shows, there’s a myth that succeeding seasons can’t possibly surpass the quality of the

St. Vincent | Masseducation: Album Review

Artist: St. Vincent Album: Masseducation Release date: Oct. 13th, 2017 Released on Oct. 13, MASSEDUCATION is a surreal, new twist on pop music from musician Annie Clark, also known as St. Vincent. Diverging from her usual indie-rock sound, Clark comes out with an album that