2019 Met Gala Recap

By: Lauren Lippert The Met Gala took place on Monday, May 6 and is ultimately one of the most anticipated fashion events of the year. It’s a time for Vogue head-editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour to bring together some of the most elite celebrities in a way unlike no other. The event is held every year in […]

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A reflection on the 2018 Women’s March

By: Lauren Lippert The Women’s March became the largest single day protest in U.S history on Jan. 21, 2017, the day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Millions of women across the globe took to the streets to protest against the President and his remarks regarding women as well as other issues. From then […]

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The Best Looks of Phoenix Lights Festival 2018

By Megan Barbera Music festivals give attendees the freedom to be experimental with their looks. A weekend in the desert packed with music calls for less clothing and out of the ordinary outfits. The Phoenix Lights Festival on April 6 and 7 saw outfits that were bold, loud and extremely creative. Here is a handful of […]

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Taylor Mac: A 24-Hour Decade History of Popular Music Abridged to be at ASU Gammage

By Lauren Bukoskey This month, Taylor Mac is taking on a feat that seems unimaginable: to explain 24 decades of American history with 24 costumes. On April 7, ASU Gammage is hosting this fabulous show. Even with all that ground to cover, costume designer Machine Dazzle doesn’t bat an eyelash. “Perfection is for assholes,” Dazzle said. And with […]

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My Experience at March for Our Lives

By Jessy Ferrigno On Dec. 14, 2012, my classmates and I sat under the desks in our art room as an active shooter terrorized the halls of Sandy Hook Elementary School a few miles down the road. I watched the fearful faces of the eighth graders around me. I watched students get called down to […]

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Different genres to bring diverse fashion at the upcoming Phoenix Lights Festival

By Megan Barbera The Phoenix lights festival is approaching, bringing together fans of all different types of artists and music. Music festivals are a calling for fashion lovers to bring out their best outfits, and often times, fans of certain artists hold a distinct style, influenced by their icon of choice. The headliners of Phoenix Lights […]

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Goldrush’s Golden Boy: Meet Fransis Derelle

By Lauren Bukoskey “Musically, trombone inspired me.” Don’t let appearances fool you, although Fransis Derelle might seem like your typical DJ, he is anything but. Derelle’s love for music began in high school while playing the trombone, and it has evolved into something a little bit different. That something different led him to the stage […]

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