• 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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  • 101 Movies For Your Consideration: Part 2/10

    By Jack Paganelli Annie Hall (1977) Director:  Woody Allen Annie Hall, a film conceived and executed entirely by Woody Allen, is, superficially, a comedy, and a very clever one at that.  Like most of Allen’s middle-period comedies, it pokes fun at, while reveling in, self-righteous and uptight intellectual culture.  The protagonist is, by extension, Woody […]

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  • The Decision

    By Maddie Sersic Writing your own original songs is an odd sensation. One moment you could be sitting in your room with the window cracked, when suddenly a breeze gives you a slight chill, making your chronically frigid toes even colder. All at once words flood your mind, phrases and feelings burst open, you start […]

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