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Four Albums I’m Looking Forward to in May

I work part-time at a local record store and one of the things l do there is update the monthly new release board. It’s really nothing special; it’s just a small chalk board that I write upcoming albums on for the store. In doing it

A Recap of the 2021 Oscars

   This past Sunday, April 25 was the 93 Academy Awards which was held under new and unusual circumstances. Nevertheless, it was a night of high honor and talent being presented with the infamous Oscar.     “Another Round” a Danish film, on four high school teachers consuming

Laconic Libations: A Senior Thesis Art Show

 April 30 was the start of Laconic Libations, the senior thesis art show, the opening reception was held at 4:15 outside the Wright Museum with plenty of tasty treats for before and after the viewing. The show presented theses from artists Maria G. Aschenbrener ‘21,

The Marvelous Marvel Series

 It comes as no surprise that the first two marvel series on Disney plus have done exceptionally well. This year has already introduced two of the many planned shows following many other characters in the MCU. The first to be premiered was Wandavision back in

Oliver Tree? More Like Sydney Disagrees

  Like some sort of nefarious freak, I pride myself on listening to music that is either slightly obscure or that my peers have never heard of. I never learned to play an instrument or sing or keep time or anything musical, and so to compensate

Kiara Davis: 22, Awakening of Self

If you haven’t been to the Gallery ABBA yet, here’s your sign to go now. This past week was the start of Kiara Davis’s ‘21, exhibit named “22, Awakening of Self”. This was a collection of twenty-two dynamic paintings based on Davis’s past with the

Student-Directed One-Acts 2021

The Student-Directed One-Acts premiered the weekend of March 18 and lasted until March 27. If you missed it you could still find it on youtube. Three seniors debut their adapted plays on Youtube premiere for this year’s event. Not being able to use the Kresge

What is Iceage Doing?

Danish post-punk four-piece Iceage are set to release their fifth album, Sheek Shelter, this spring due May 7 on Brooklyn-based indie label Mexican Summer. Over the last couple of months, they’ve put out three singles from the album: “The Holding Hand,” “Vendetta,” and “Shelter Song.”

“Cherry” Review

Now, there is no denying that Tom Holland is coming, if not already, the biggest actor on the big screen. Starring in the MCU’s Spider-Man movies, The Devil All The Time, Onward, and other great movies, he’s no doubt going to be around for a

Music’s Biggest Night

On Sunday, the 14 of March, the Recording Academy aired their 63rd Grammy Award Show. For those of you who live under a rock, the Grammys are a night to celebrate all genres of music in several different ways. The celebration was small this year,