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Daily Archives: April 1, 2019

That One Roommate | That One Song | Single Review

Shower Records Rating: Thumbs Down That One Roommate who sings the deafening rendition of “That One Song” with high notes in the shower needs to know they are not worthy of releasing the next big single. While their less-than-mediocre vocals might sound stellar to them

Waluigi | Bohemian Rhapsody | Self Released

01Self Released Rating: 4 out 5 stars After being cut from the new Super Smash Bros lineup, the “evil” and “handsome” Waluigi has decided to branch off into the music industry. With all the spare time on his hands now that he’s free from being

Campus Village releases new cookbook

Now students can make four basic pizzas too! After six years of testing, feedback, and refinement, Campus Village has proudly published their cookbook: “Four Ways to Regret Buying a Meal Plan.” Inside the hardcover book lie their recipes for their four unique pizzas: “Cheese with

Owen Wilson | Wow | Album Review

Wow Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Owen Wilson’s musical debut Wow, released on April 1, is a force to be reckoned with in contemporary music. Wilson’s experimental album that features only lyrical melodies and no actual instrumentation proves Wilson’s ability to stand among

New guinea pig restaurant opens in Denver

Serves the best local guinea pigs The newly opened guinea pig restaurant in Denver is a sad chapter in human history but a great moment for guinea pig culture. Ever since PETA took over the federal government and issued animal-friendly everything, humans in this great

The Plot Thickens

The Taming of the Screw There’s a screw under my desk. Or maybe it’s a nail. Well, wait. Hold on. They just informed me that they are, in fact, neither nail nor screw but something in between. I can call them Screw though. So, that’s


Down with sound! After a year of writing and editing about the subject, I must confess that I’m just not that into music. I’ve never understood what people get out of it. I’ve been to my fair share of concerts, and I’ve even owned a