Quality at a low price? A review of Shein

By: Riley Anderson Many college students will aim for the cheapest option when it comes a majority of basic necessities. In the past few years, fast fashion manufacturers like Shein and Zaful have gained popularity in the college fashion due to low price and on-trend styles. There are often mixed reviews about the quality of the […]

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Cautious Clay in Paris

By: Lauren Bukoskey Cautious Clay walks out on stage at his show at Point Éphémère in Paris on Feb. 21, sings a few songs, and said- “Damn you guys in Paris are quiet.” However, I don’t think the audience  that night were necessarily quiet. I think they were overwhelmed that they had been taken on […]

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Journaling: Why you should try it

By: Riley Anderson For Christmas this year I received a book called The Thoughtful Journal. My initial reaction was ‘oh great another book with empty pages that I’ll never write anything in’. But upon opening the book, I realized how cute and organized it was. When you first open up the journal there is a […]

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A red carpet rundown: Grammy’s 2019

By Olivia Munson On Feb. 10, 2019, the 61st Grammy Awards were held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The night was star-studded and filled with a number of firsts, including Childish Gambino making history by winning both song and record of the year for “This Is America”. Although most viewers watch for performances, […]

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Concert Review: Bas at the Crescent Ballroom

By: Megan Barbera The Crescent Ballroom felt the energy of the east coast rap scene on Jan. 30 as the Queens born rapper Bas hit the stage, bringing a refreshingly chill and authentic stage presence. The show began with three openers; Correy C, Innanet James and Rexx Life Raj. All brought different flavors and styles […]

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Four artists to look out for at Coachella 2019

By: Olivia Munson The headliners of Coachella often serve as the driving force behind attendance. Especially with acts like Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino for Coachella 2019, concert-goers tend to forgo seeing other artists to guarantee a spot in the large crowds for a main performance. In spite of this, at this year’s festival, I […]

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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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