The rise of “normcore” has overshadowed the fact that humans are incredibly willing to consume strange culture that deviates from the standard.
Expertly curated by 18 year-old phenom Lorde, the album’s turbulent electronics and pop savvy make it a fitting companion for Suzanne Collins’ most emotional book.
With so many emerging artists waiting to dethrone the top, in a few years, you’re new favorite moderately successful rapper could be one of the biggest names in music.
“We’re lucky. We know how to make ourselves happy. I think a lot of bands don’t. But I think we’ve kind of figured it out.”
"The band has always been interested in all kinds of synths and sounds but this record seems to be exploring the synth avenue for sure."
Tim Campbell and Drew Haskins
Two gents discuss one of the year's most anticipated movies.
Birdman is definitely worth watching from beginning to five minutes from the end.
I implore you to step into the heart of darkness and fear.
The company, made up of eight young dancers from the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, brings its performers’ Afro-Brazilian identities to an international stage.
The weekend connects current undergraduates and recent graduates to alumni established in the entertainment and arts industry.
Ching Chong Chinaman–normally a racist slur–forces the audience to consider the social construction of identity and prejudice.
The exhibit "City Under One Roof" captures the sentiment that human lives and their stories are intertwined within their surrounding space.