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Daily Archives: May 1, 2019

Guest Column

In January I had planned to go to meetings and events for both the Black Student Alliance and Latino Student Alliance, since I am both. I never did. For a couple of months I found myself trying to decide which ethnicity I identified most with.

Lil Nas X | Old Town Road | Single Review

Columbia Rating: Thumbs Up A song that features a swift and smooth combination of country guitar and steady trap beats, Lil Nas X teams up with country superstar Billy Ray Cyrus in the remix of “Old Town Road.” Debuting at the top of both the country

Avicii | SOS | Single Review

Universal Rating: Thumbs Up The posthumous single from the late electronic artist Avicii, entitled “SOS,” provides a fitting tribute to the influential musician.  It’s largely in the style of much of his catalogue, featuring high production and fun, summery instrumentations. This includes bouncy snares, smooth

TR/ST | Destroyer-1 | Album Review

Parlophone Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars An extension of his sexually liberated dance discography, Robert Alfons returns with the third TR/ST installment, Destroyer – 1. Being the first half of his vision, insight into his industrial dream-pop body of work is given. After a

CU Sculpture Club does iron pour

A hands-on training for arts students Tucked in a corner, past the bridge that connects the Arts Building and West Classroom, orange molten iron was flowing from a three-legged industrial furnace that was standing on a bed of sand, surrounded by art majors, alumni, and

The Plot Thickens

Table of Contents If I think hard enough about it, I’m pretty sure I could map out my life in books. Even though I rarely talk about literature, there are several novels I could line up that would trace my progression throughout life. Back in

Tie dye to not drive high

Campus event promotes safety on 4/20 Tie Dye to Not Drive High goes beyond just a catchy name. On Thursday, April 18, the Student Wellness Center hosted the tie-dying event outside in the courtyard between the Wellness Center and the Student Commons, promoting safety for

PUP | Morbid Stuff | Album Review

Rise Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Canadian punk rock band PUP returns with their third record, Morbid Stuff. After establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the genre by combining indie-rock beats with the emotional strength of pop-punk ballads, stitched

Now entering: The Twilight Zone

Remake misses the mark Remakes and reimaginings of classic films and television shows have become a norm in today’s entertainment industry. There is no surefire rulebook to make these remakes succeed, even if the original material is well-loved by fans. In 2017, when it was