New music singles made up of much-anticipated comebacks: Avril, Lana, and more

Houlton McGuinn

September 27, 2018

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By Houlton McGuinn After an uneventful summer, the music charts are ramping back up. Avril Lavigne, Lana del Rey, The 1975, and The Black Eyed Peas all released new singles in September. I’m excited for the weather to ge...

Carrie Underwood’s new album reaffirms her country talent

Kendall Peterson

September 25, 2018

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By Kendall Peterson Carrie Underwood blew most fans away in her new album Cry Pretty, with her new sort of confidence and the rocking instruments that are defining her in new and better ways. Underwood demonstrates her extraordina...

Netflix’s Sierra Burgess Is A Loser is a cliche, stereotypical miss

Ekene Osuchukwu

September 25, 2018

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By Ekene Osuchukwu The Netflix original teenage comedy Sierra Burgess Is a Loser takes catfishing to extreme and uncomfortable places while touching on the topic of self-acceptance. The definition of a catfish is someone who p...

White Boy Rick emphasizes America’s broken justice system

Allie Boulier

September 21, 2018

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By Allie Boulier When I think of the 1980’s, scrunchies, big hair, cool music, and love stories starring Molly Ringwald come to mind; however, White Boy Rick (2018) shows a darker counterpart to the decade we so often associate w...

Hozier brings ethereal poetry to new EP

Daria Burnley

September 21, 2018

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By Daria Burnley After a four-year hiatus, Hozier has emerged from his moss-covered cave to give the people a taste of his new upcoming album, releasing four songs on his new EP Nina Cried Power. Hozier returns with his sig...

2018 Emmys: Jokes fall flat but the celebration of television continues

Ana Costanzo

September 19, 2018

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By Ana Costanzo It was the anniversary of the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards and to celebrate the television actors, actresses, and shows on their nominations, hosts Michael Che and Colin Jost formulated stiff jokes, an outrageous...

Infinity War is devastatingly phenomenal, besting all other Marvel films

Allie Boulier

May 28, 2018

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Avengers: Infinity War (2018) has become every fan of Marvel’s new favorite movie to laugh and simultaneously cry too. Since the last release of Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Marvel has slowly been building to this film through countles...

Wes Anderson wows with his second stop-motion film Isle of Dogs

Daria Burnley

May 25, 2018

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Wes Anderson's second stop-motion animated film Isle of Dogs is a heartfelt story about dogs, politics, and a tiny pilot. The plot is set around a near-future Japan, where all dogs are exiled to “Garbage Island” by cat-lov...

Queens of the Stone Age’s new album Villains is a spectacular joy ride

Ana Costanzo

May 25, 2018

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Four years in the making, Queens of the Stone Age’s new album is a polished beauty, blending hard rock with the heart of boogie. Their seventh album Villains spreads leather jacket vibes as the music wreaks havoc with its...

Kali Uchis drops a stunning full length debut album

Daria Burnley

April 19, 2018

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Six years since she dropped her first mixtape, Kali Uchis released her first full-length album Isolation, giving listeners an in-depth sound to her dreamy bedroom pop aesthetic. Uchis has produced an authentically unique album, t...

Gear Up for “Ready Player One”

Dylan Stanford

April 11, 2018

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Steven Spielberg, a celebrated filmmaker and one of the most popular directors in film history, was skillful when creating his own version of the vibrant and well-loved novel, Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, that is filled with the most ’8...

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