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Pipes of gold

Pipes of gold

Bradley Fargo, entertainment editor
March 11, 2015 • 700 views
Filed under Entertainment

Imagine being picked out of the crowd by a superstar. He flies you out to L.A., gives you money to spend and a place to stay along with the key to the gold-encrusted doors of the music industry. Seven months ago, this is what happened to Daniel Hughes. Daniel, senior, as well as nine other black ... Read more »

Album review: “Motion” by Calvin Harris

Album review: “Motion” by Calvin Harris

Julia Wunning-Zimmer, opinions writer
November 17, 2014 • 296 views
Filed under Opinions

Though Calvin Harris risks his status as, according to Forbes, the highest-paid DJ when he collaborates with less popular artists on his Nov. 3 album Motion, he creates entrancing beats and anthems to rule listeners' ears. Once a worker in a fish factory, Harris, born as Adam Richard Wiles in Dumf... Read more »

Pion-Ear: Ben Rector

Pion-Ear: Ben Rector

Anna Mullendore, features writer
October 9, 2014 • 197 views
Filed under Pion-Ear

Ben Rector has an offbeat style which talks about the beauty in the moments life has to offer. As an artist, he takes the bitter aspects of life and puts them perfectly into lyrics. Live in concert, Rector is just as sincere with his tone and lyrics as on record. On Sept. 16 Ben released a live r... Read more »

Crowd Hysteria

Crowd Hysteria

Mimi Wright, in-depth editor
October 6, 2014 • 572 views
Filed under In Depth

No, not marching band. Not concert band. But an independent student band. The idea to form a band started with a shared place of learning music and a shared love of music among Hannah Scheidl, freshman, Ellie Huggins, freshman and Elaine Simmons, junior who make up three of the six-member band called... Read more »

Worst 5 of Summer 2014

Worst 5 of Summer 2014

Trevor Cleveland, blog editor
August 18, 2014 • 516 views
Filed under Blogs, Editor's Pick

As the summer comes to a close, people often focus on the best of what happened. However, in the spirit of cynicism, there is some merit in remembering the not-so-wonderful events of the summer. 1.Transformers 4- Just when everyone thought it couldn’t get any worse, the downward spiral that is the... Read more »

Best of Summer – Last Two Weeks of June

Best of Summer – Last Two Weeks of June

Anna Mullendore, features writer
July 14, 2014 • 346 views
Filed under Best of Summer

Transformers: Age of Extinction was released June 27 and already it’s become the number one film of all time in China. A changeup in leads, along with an entirely new cast, leaves viewers with a fresher Mark Wahlberg replacing Shia LaBeouf, who starred in the first three movies. Wahlberg plays Cade... Read more »