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Critical Voices: Metallica, <i>Hardwired…To Self Destruct</i>

Critical Voices: Metallica, Hardwired…To Self Destruct


Metallica has taken teenage angst and made it a lifestyle choice as the band members, all around 50 years old, continue to create heavy metal music with no clear intentions to stop any time soon. After an 8-year lull, Hardwired… To Self Destruct, Metallica’s 11th studio album, is the first studio album to be released…

<i>Before the Flood</i>: Can We Fight Against the Trump Tsunami?

Before the Flood: Can We Fight Against the Trump Tsunami?


The 2016 election of Donald Trump to the United States presidency has greatly deepened the divide between people in our country, leaving some overjoyed and others devastated. With so much sadness, confusion, and anger in our society right now, it may be tempting to crawl under the covers, ignore the Wall Street Journal updates on…

Success Before Self: Dorothy Adomako poised to lead by example

Success Before Self: Dorothy Adomako poised to lead by example


When Head Coach Natasha Adair sat down with junior guard Dorothy Adomako for her individual meeting this offseason, she could not help but reflect on Adomako’s leadership skills and sense of confidence. She remembers Adomako saying, “Coach, whatever I need to do for this team,” rather than focusing solely on herself. Adomako is an essential…

Critical Voices: Tove Lo, <i>Lady Wood</i>

Critical Voices: Tove Lo, Lady Wood


Since the release of her last album Queen of the Clouds, Tove Lo has been working on the creation of a darker pop album that is accompanied by a short-film entitled “Fairy Dust.” Like Queen of the Clouds, Tove Lo’s new album Lady Wood is a testament to the culture of sex, drugs, and pop…

Subtle Perplexity: <i>Pespective</i> at the Touchstone Gallery

Subtle Perplexity: Pespective at the Touchstone Gallery


On October 7th, 2016, David Alfuth premiered his latest exhibit, Perspective, available at the Touchstone Gallery through the month of October. It features a combination of framed, three-dimensional, architecture-inspired works as well as elaborate pieces such as cabinet miniatures encompassed by an assortment of images that will enchant audiences with complicated detail and structure. Each…

The Weekly List: The Art of Losing

The Weekly List: The Art of Losing


With Columbus Day and Parent and Family Weekend out of the way, we don’t have any breaks in sight until Thanksgiving Break. If you’re like me, you’ve probably accepted that you won’t get a good night’s sleep until November. Students are trying to juggle a full schedule of classes, studying, extracurriculars, jobs, and a social…

Critical Voices: Green Day, <i>Revolution Radio</i>

Critical Voices: Green Day, Revolution Radio


On October 7th, 2016, Green Day refused to let punk rock die with the release of their new album Revolution Radio. Featuring the popular single “Bang Bang,” the album is worth a listen, but it is certainly no American Idiot. Green Day formed in 1986, 30 years ago, and still continues to create music. At…

Issa Rae’s <i>Insecure</i>: Comical Yet Candid

Issa Rae’s Insecure: Comical Yet Candid


On October 9th, 2016, Issa Rae, star of the web series The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, moves to television with her new HBO comedy, Insecure. The show is about a young black woman trying to find love and discover who she is in Los Angeles. While there is certainly no shortage of romantic television…

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