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Weekly music playlist: best of Frank Ocean

Weekly music playlist: best of Frank Ocean

Patrick Bullock and Justin Gibbs-Poe
October 3, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

This week's playlist features a compilation of noteworthy tracks derived from original records by the urban artist Frank Ocean.

The world in a room

The world in a room

Bryan McKnight, journalist
October 3, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

If I would’ve been able to feel my own hands, I’m absolutely sure I could’ve felt the excitement in the air. A homeless man on the corner struggled his way through a trumpet rendition of “Do You There” by the most popular man of the night, Skizzy Mars. I turned my gaze to the couple next to me, l...

Time travel and teenage angst: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” review

Time travel and teenage angst: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” review

Elizabeth Findley, Associate Editor
September 16, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

On July 31, history was made. The famous Harry Potter story was rejuvenated in the form of play and script book Harry Potter and the Cursed Child written by Jack Thorne (with story created by Thorne, J.K. Rowling and John Tiffany). Initially, I was highly skeptical of this release for a multitude of reaso...

Weekly music playlist: contemporary female R&B artists on the rise

Weekly music playlist: contemporary female R&B artists on the rise

Patrick Bullock and Justin Gibbs-Poe
September 15, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

This week's playlist features eccentric female artists who bring unique and innovative idiosyncrasy to the R&B genre compared to traditional counterparts . ...

Review: Genre-spanning dissonance and electronic mayhem captured in 2016 record

Review: Genre-spanning dissonance and electronic mayhem captured in 2016 record

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor
May 2, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

When people say genre-spanning I feel like they rarely mean it with sincerity. I've listened to far too many folk musicians that claim that they transcend genre, while most are pretty indistinguishable and, at their most inventive, are merely punk imitators. Alternative rock, a genre that is supposed to be ch...

Magic, music, and much more: “The Name of the Wind” book review

Magic, music, and much more: “The Name of the Wind” book review

Elizabeth Findley, Staff Writer
April 12, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

Within the vast piles of the various fantasy novels and series, it can sometimes be a daunting task to choose a new novel to read that stands out as something new and exciting. With Patrick Rothfuss’s debut novel, The Name of the Wind, published in 2007, readers can enjoy a truly spectacular and cons...

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