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WTF are NFTs?

How NFTs may change the music industry It’s no secret that the world of music has been digitalizing faster than the industry can keep up with. Since the correction of Napster’s global music heist at the turn of the century and the idea of listening

A grand reopening 

Live music making a comeback with vaccinations With the likelihood of herd immunity approaching this summer, venues are posed with the daunting task of safely reopening—and the task isn’t the same for every venue. While some outdoor festivals like Coachella and Glastonbury have cancelled for

Daft Punk announces their end

A cyber conclusion French electronic duo Daft Punk—composed of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter—have officially broken up. The group released a video titled “Epilogue” on Feb. 22. The first portion of the video is in complete silence, as the duo heads out helmeted across

Student spotlight: Sam Burt

From piano to producer, an experimentalist at heart Sam Burt was welcomed into the world of music like many six-year-olds—sat before a piano, sheet music, and an unyielding instructor. And like many children forced into practicing anything, they did not enjoy it. By the age

Biden Begins Presidential Term with Plenty of Executive Orders

Pandemic relief, climate change at the forefront “Today we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate, but of a cause.” President Biden’s inauguration speech proclaimed democracy prevailed over rising conspiracy theories, baseless claims to a rigged election, and insurrection on the Capitol—now seeking a time

Meme Mania: Mittens over malice

2021 Memes don’t give the year a chance Only a few weeks into the year and users across all social media platforms have already shut down 2021 with a tsunami of memes. Whether it be the twins from The Shining—one labeled 2020, the other ‘21,

Trump’s Final Days in Office Led to Nationwide Chaos

Senate race and final presidential results culminated in mayhem On Jan. 6, the Capitol Building was breached for the first time since 1812. Photos spreading as chaotically as the morning itself revealed armed standoffs in the House chamber, vandalized offices, and confederate flags being held

A Life On Our Planet Gives Humanity a Choice

The sixth mass extinction When the Apollo 8 mission first launched, David Attenborough, an acclaimed broadcaster and natural historian, recalled being in a television studio and getting to see the world isolated in space vicariously through the eyes of the astronauts. “Our home was not