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Redefining the Black and Brown Woman: Tunes to Chill Out to Ahead of Election Day

Redefining the Black and Brown Woman: Tunes to Chill Out to Ahead of Election Day

Tori B. Powell November 2, 2020

I think it’s safe to say that the United States as a whole feels as though it’s on fire. I write this from California, which was largely literally on fire for a good portion of the summer. So,...

Headphoning It In: Settling the Score

Headphoning It In: Settling the Score

Madee Sadozai November 2, 2020

What makes a perfect film score? The answer is arguably the same components needed for a memorable movie: a compelling premise and a visionary to actualize the concept. It is one thing for a particular...

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Songs for the Socially Distanced: Spooky Season

JJ Smith October 30, 2020

The aura of Spooky Season has definitely changed with this strange solitude we’ve become familiar with in times of social distancing, but there are still plenty of ways to experience your favorite fall...

Timelapse: Women in Music

Timelapse: Women in Music

Allie Papernick October 30, 2020

The widely accepted first female musician on record is Kassia of Constantinople. Born in 805, Kassia’s primary contribution to the music world included composing Byzantine music. Following...

Craft and Creativity Part Three: The Problem with Pretentiousness

Craft and Creativity Part Three: The Problem with Pretentiousness

Sam Graziano October 27, 2020

I believe that most pretentious attitudes and actions in art come from a good place. However, it is clear that intentions are not the only thing worth considering. When considering the exclusionary results...

+ 84: caught up in a brainstorm with Alexander 23

+ 84: caught up in a brainstorm with Alexander 23

Yen (Sam) Dang October 26, 2020

To be real, “Brainstorm” by Alexander 23 isn’t something that catches my attention on the first listen or the listen after that or even the one after that. I actually thought it was quite an average...

Ohio Vibes for Spooky Times

Ohio Vibes for Spooky Times

Chloe Irwin October 26, 2020

Since it is October, it is only right to start off this column with the scariest state of all: Ohio. It seems like such a vast and empty state, but in reality, it is one of the most populated states in...

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The Song that Scares Halloween Straight

Milo Paul October 23, 2020

Picture this: you’re a 13 year old Milo and you’re anxiously researching your own punk status to prevent your potential present and future poseur-dom. In order to do this, you’ve literally begged...

Eruption: Eddie Van Halen's Footprint

Eruption: Eddie Van Halen’s Footprint

Logan Maddox October 22, 2020

Of the many musicians that have stepped into the limelight over the decades, Eddie Van Halen, the life-long guitar player for the band Van Halen, was one of the few to leave a lasting footprint on the...

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Kodak in the Sun: On a Fictional Flight Home

Nate Ha October 20, 2020

I kinda lost track of my time here in America, especially after the one-year mark. I mean, I was supposed to fly home in May, but then the pandemic happened, and things were always changing. Like seriously...

Respect the Classics: Radiohead and Muse

Respect the Classics: Radiohead and Muse

Zoe Joy October 19, 2020

Some of the most dramatic, emotional, and heart-wrenching music can be found in Radiohead’s discography. That same sentiment can be true when you skim through the records that Muse has produced. Though...

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Redefining the Black and Brown Woman: Introduction

Tori B. Powell October 19, 2020

Once upon a time two years ago during my sophomore year, I was handed the aux in an Uber with friends on our way to a concert. It was a girl’s night. But as I scrolled through my playlists, I was shocked...

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