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“Home of the Strange” celebrates diversity, provides new sound

Leah Dunne, co a&e editor

September 30, 2016

  I’ve always been a fan of acoustic, wave like alternative rock music, mainly because of its ability to somehow always alleviate my stress and lift my spirits. When I heard that my favorite band of the sorts, Young The Gia...

“Blonde” defies norms, reflects change

Gigi Cepeda, assistant opinions editor

September 30, 2016

“It begins to blur, we get older,” Frank Ocean sings on the track, “Skyline To,” from his newest album, Blonde. “Summer’s not as long as it used to be, every day counts like crazy.” This line embodies everything that c...

Readers’ literary escape: Ishmael Beah emulates strength

Alex Sharp, co-Features Editor

October 2, 2015

When I was little, I used to read action stories and then try to imagine myself in the character’s shoes. I would ask myself if I could be brave like them; if I could survive. And I like to think that I would always surpass every...

October Sky launches otherworldly performance

Juliette Ovadia, theater critic

October 2, 2015

On Oct. 4th, 1957, a beeping, unlike any sound heard before, emanated from radios across the United States. The sound came from a small object traveling across the night sky, an object glimpsed fearfully by millions of Americans...

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