The Case for Vinyl

By: Keegan Priest  Since 2010, 110 million people have registered to a music streaming service. Companies such as Apple and Spotify have provided us the world’s largest music database. With thousands of hours of songs from all across the globe spanning from the past hundred years, some could say streaming is the best thing to […]

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  • Album Review: Flower Boy

    By Keegan Priest    Album: Flower Boy Artist: Tyler, The Creator Released: July 23, 2017 Genre: Experimental Hip-Hop, Jazz-Rap, Alternative R&B, Neo-Soul Rating: A (92%)   Following the days of the release of Flower Boy, many pop culture publications and news sources began to obsess over the themes of homosexuality exposed throughout the piece. Some […]

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  • Blonde Album Review

    By Keegan Priest   Album: Blonde Artist: Frank Ocean Released: August 20, 2016 Genre: Neo-Soul, Art-Pop, Alternative R&B   The four-year hiatus that followed the release of 2012’s most critically acclaimed project was a silent one from Frank Ocean. Channel Orange was an important album for pop music and its time and marked Frank as […]

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  • Introduction to Spamalot

    Senior Jordan McQuiston created this great video debriefing the history of the musical Spamalot. Come see University’s rendition of the popular production April 21st, 22nd, and 23rd! Image: http://www.theatricalrights.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Spamalot-banner.png

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  • 101 Movies for Your Consideration: Part 3/10

    By Jack Paganelli Spoiler Alert: This piece contains spoilers for various films. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.  Casablanca (1942) Director:  Michael Curtiz Casablanca is one of the three or four movies on this list that I would grant the special qualification of being a Movie with a capital ‘M’.  It is anything anyone could […]

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