• March 14, 2017By Caitlain McGuire

    British alternative band Bush have arrived in 2017 with a new album titled, ‘Black and White Rainbows.’ This latest release is the seventh studio album for the band’s discography since their debut release in 1994. Throughout the album, Bush delivers a standard alt-rock sound that carries with it an optimistic tone that can be felt

  • March 12, 2017By Nafisah Tabassum

    On Friday, The CW’s infamous supernatural show, The Vampire Diaries, came to an epic close after 8 seasons and 171 episodes with an episode titled ‘I Was Feeling Epic’. With the return of leading star, Nina Dobrev, and other old faces, it truly was a nostalgic finish to the astounding heart-wrenching drama. However, with so

  • March 12, 2017By Charlize Alcaraz

    Short stories are categorized as the underdogs of literature as they are often undiscovered, yet beautifully-crafted pieces of literary work. Everyone needs a little break from politics and the cruelty of the world once in awhile, and short stories are the cure for people who enjoy diving into different worlds who have little time. Here

  • March 12, 2017By Aliyah Webs

    For teens struggling with their sexuality and gender identity, finding comfort and people to connect with can be difficult. The following is a list of artists who are/were part of the LGBT+ community who, while making all round good music, also may help you if you identify as anything but heterosexual and need support. Also,

  • March 12, 2017By Chloe Gainford

    Trigger Warning: Suicide I close my eyes for just a second but then a voice, one that transcends the limitations of all my nephrons and veins, calls my name. And suddenly I’m standing in my kitchen, parallel to the medicine cabinet. The door is open and my hand is stretched up inside- my fingers are

  • March 12, 2017By Shivani Agrawal

      grab them by the patriarchy and rip their egos off hold them down strip them of their tokenism demolish their conceit taint it with your overdone eyeliner because you don’t get it right sometimes and they never get you right. crush their bigotry beneath your pumps boots sneakers like they tried to quieten you

  • March 12, 2017By Evelyn Atieno

    The last two weeks, anywhere you went on the internet there would be people talking about ‘Get Out’. What’s so special about this thriller? Well the director, Jordan Peele, is a black man. ‘Get Out’ is like no other ‘horror’ film, because well it isn’t one in the traditional sense. Peele’s thrilled is based on

  • March 11, 2017By Liz-Maria Jose

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, you most likely experienced the release of Divide by Ed Sheeran. Continuing with his mathematical album titles, he managed to divide his fans as well as the public eye with his new work. With the two singles of this album being Castle On The Hill

  • March 11, 2017By Farah Hatem

    As decades pass by, artists rising and others losing their spark, songs becoming less and less meaningful, it is important to take time and look back on some songs and lyrics that can actually make a difference and speak about real issues. This list of songs could be it, your next emotional remedy that might

  • March 11, 2017By Elizabeth Correll

    CW: If you have blennophobia, trypophobia or are otherwise uncomfortable with ASMR stuff, slime, popping noises or anything of that, this is probably not the article for you! Within the growing movement of ASMR, there has arisen a sub-culture of innovators who stick their hands into slime to incite the intense gratification and relaxation that can