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Get into spooky mode with this Halloween themed playlist

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor October 12, 2022

There are a few different Halloween aesthetics that come with the holiday. You have your pumpkin latte sipping autumn girls, your vintage Halloween lovers who will never miss a hayride, and you have your...

Joe Keery’s music project Djo releases sophomore album

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 28, 2022
I tend to gravitate more towards older music than new releases. The newer artists that I follow faithfully are few and far between. However, one of those exceptions is indie artist Djo, who I hold to the same high regard that I do my beloved 80’s favorites, and consider to be a brilliant beacon of hope for modern music.

Grey Day Tour by rap duo $uicideboy$ sells out Stage AE

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 14, 2022
If you were walking home from the Pirates baseball game on September 7, you probably would’ve heard “heys” and thumping beats pumping out of Stage AE as $uicideboy$ introduced fans to their second Grey Day Tour.

Comedian Kurtis Conner wows fans with stand-up tour

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 14, 2022
On Sunday, September 4th, I saw Kurtis Conner’s live stand up comedy routine in Buffalo, New York. For those unfamiliar, Conner is an internet personality, primarily creating commentary YouTube content, with over 4 million subscribers on the platform. I’ve been a big fan for several years now, and so when I heard that he was going on a stand up tour with fellow web personalities Jacob Sharpe and Dean Hebscher, and that they would be stopping in my hometown, I took the opportunity to see the internet boys live.

“The Rehearsal” blurs comedy and reality together

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor-in-Chief September 14, 2022
In the past twenty years, a new style of comedy has arisen. These movies and shows present real people’s reactions to various situations, often scripted or improvised by a host or actor playing a character. The first mainstream, notable example of this style is 2004’s “Borat.” In “Borat,” Sacha Baron Cohen portrays the titular “Borat,” a fictitious journalist from Khazikstan who travels across America and interviews various people. A majority of the people that he interacts with in the movie are real people, and their reactions to his antics are genuine.

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Charli XCX, Rosalía, Bladee & Ecco2K, Midlake, Oso Oso

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist March 23, 2022
It seems the hype has caused many big releases to collapse under their own weight, leaving fanbases divided. Even so, there is a lot of great things to discover this week.

Top 4 movies to watch during Women’s History Month

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor March 16, 2022
A great way to celebrate Women’s History Month is by watching strong female leads on the big screen. Here are some movies that’ll empower anyone to take a stand for themself.

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Ghost, Rex Orange County, Benny the Butcher, Jenny Hval, Alex Cameron

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist March 16, 2022
This week is filled with pleasant surprises as well as huge disappointments. There are laughs and revelations, taboos and vibes and so much more.

New Hulu movie provides ‘Fresh’ take on horror genre

Written By Tia Bailey, Co-Features/A&E Editor March 16, 2022
What starts as a meet-cute (or meat-cute) in a grocery store soon turns into every woman’s worst nightmare in Hulu’s new thriller.

‘The Batman’ delivers nuanced, insightful commentary

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor Elect March 9, 2022
“The Batman” not only delivers an incredible theatrical experience, but it exposes the hollowness of franchise filmmaking.

Tracking New Music Releases with Zac Wittman: Tears For Fears, Conway The Machine, Vein.fm, Marillion, caroline

Written By Zachary Wittman, Music Columnist March 9, 2022
Over spring break, there was a bit of a dip in huge album releases. Several anticipated albums from the likes of Kanye West, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Current 93 and many more were either delayed or released through a platform that I am unable to access. Even so, the past two weeks were still full of wonderful gems.

Instrumental soundtracks to listen to for study motivation

Written By Amanda Andrews, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2022
If this is the case, and you want to listen to something more sophisticated than white noise, exploring some soundtracks and instrumental music might create the inspiration you need to romanticize the study time or the quieter moments you take for self care.
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