Review: Margo Price stuns with second album

Jeffrey Petrone Staff Writer   In 2016, almost out of nowhere, an unknown country singer named Margo Price released her first album. Now, in 2017, Price has returned with her second effort, “All American Made.” The album finds the singer getting political, but still...

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Review: 50 years later, Ochs’ ‘Pleasures of the Harbor’ is worth a second look

Jeffrey Petrone Staff Writer   Though folk singer Phil Ochs only lived to the age of 35, he was one of the greatest singer-songwriters of the 1960s. His manic optimism reached its peak in 1967 with the release of his third studio album...

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Opinion: In less than a year, Trump has set back the United States

Sydney Corio Staff Writer   As the year is coming to a close, America approaches the end of its newly-elected president’s first year in office. Overall, different presidents perform different acts to boost America forward while in office. Therefore, it is very...

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Review: ‘Lotta Sea Lice’ has a wonderful groove

Jeffery Petrone Staff Writer   In “Lotta Sea Lice,” connection is key, though brevity is in somewhat short supply. On their first collaborative effort, indie darlings Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett play together in a way that most bands should. Both are masters...

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Review: ‘Turtles All The Way Down’ was worth the wait

Christina Rego Contributor   When popular novelist John Green announced in September 2016 that he might never write another book, readers everywhere were in shock, especially since many of his fans had been waiting more than five years for the follow-up to...

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Review: ‘All the Crooked Saints’ book is refreshing

Casey Spencer Contributor   When going about daily life, most people want some sort of miracle to happen all the time. Some go to extreme measures to find a miracle; they go on grand adventures and leave no stone unturned to find...

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Review: Fourth season of ‘Bojack Horseman’ is worth a watch

Jeffery Petrone Contributor   “Bojack Horseman” is a show like no other and in its fourth season, remains one of Netflix’s crowned jewels. The show continues to grow in its emotional depth and even manages to add a few new characters in...

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Review: ‘Get Out’ is great commentary on race

Ore Obiwumi Editor-in-Chief   In Jordan Peele’s debut film that perfectly marries racism, history, horror and humor, the protagonist, a young African-American man named Chris, ends up saving his life by picking cotton. “Get Out,” written and directed by one-half of the comedy...

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Review: ‘Culture’ grabs attention

Brandon Hayes Staff Writer   Migos is a Georgia rap group that formed eight years ago. The group consists of three rappers, Quavo, Takeoff and Offset. They are recognized for creating the signature dance move, “the dab.” The problem I have with...

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Review: Premiere sets up sixth season of ‘Game of Thrones’

ORE OBIWUMI Entertainment Editor April 24 was an exciting day for all fans of the popular HBO series “Game of Thrones.” After nearly a year of awaiting the sixth season of the show, fans all over the world waited impatiently for...

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