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The Maine Says ‘You Are Ok,’ And You Should Listen

Natalie Dest, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 8, 2019

Universally loved throughout the scene, Arizona natives The Maine have finally commenced their new musical era to their fans after high anticipation. Latest record release "You Are Ok" introduces listeners to the band's experiences...

How To Break Up With Your Smartphone

Natalie Dest, Art and Entertainments Editor

April 8, 2019

It has become increasingly more prevalent that a wall of anxiety surrounds our use of technology, that if we don’t check up as often as we think we should, we’re missing out. According to CNBC, “most individuals are ...

Wendy Williams: A Real Life Hot Topic

Tyra McClung, Assistant Arts and Entertainment

April 3, 2019

"How you doin'?” The famous phrase coined by former radio personality Wendy Williams is the same question millions have been asking the current queen of daytime television. The “Hot Topics” lady became become a hot...

Who’s Going To Sit On The Iron Throne?

Gabriel Anton, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

Spring is finally here, yet people all around the world have much more to look forward to than spending their days in the warm weather. Don’t go any further than your couch and television, as the highly anticipated final season...

Peace, Love And Positivity Now Sold At The ‘Supermarket’

Shaina Lapuebla, Managing Editor

April 3, 2019

The subtle rise of Logic began in 2009, and 10 years later, this lovable underdog has transitioned into a bonafide superstar. But his stardom is far from dwindling with his creativity and musicality exploring different realms...

To My Grandfather

Dan Fappiano, Layout Editor

April 2, 2019

I've never met my father. Growing up playing sports, it was always tough seeing my teammates and their dads throwing a baseball or playing basketball together. My mom is the best mom in the world, but when I was younger I always...

It’s Like Wearing All Black At The Beach And Loving It

Shaina Lapuebla, Managing Editor

April 2, 2019

What do you get when you intertwine surf music with dubstep, hip-hop, punk, folk and lyrics about pain, despair and death? Beach goth. The only question is whether it is more beach or goth. This weird conversion of style...

What Cardi B Did Is Wrong, But Not Bill Cosby Wrong

Tyra McClung, Assisant Arts and Entertainment

April 1, 2019

The latest trending Hashtag is "#SurvivingCardiB," a not so subtle play-off of the “Surviving Rkelly” docu-series. The 25-year-old rap mogul has found herself in the hot seat after a three-year-old Instagram live video...

Record Store Day Releases A Promising List

Carolyn Martin, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

If you are a record collector like me, there's one thing you look forward to this time of year: The Record Store Day releases list. Now if you have no idea of what I am talking about, I will enlighten you. Record Store Day is...

EA Releases New Battle Royale Video Game ‘Apex Legends’

Samuel Pappas, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

"Apex Legends," a new battle royale game from EA (the demonic cesspool who disguises themselves as a publisher), has been taking the world by storm, achieving 20 million players in about half the time it took me to get out of b...

Barrows Next Top Model Promotes Inclusivity

Air Perez, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

Barrows Hall hosted a fashion show that promoted all kinds of beauty. The models ranged from short, tall, slim to curvy. Each model picked their own outfits and competed in three scenes: Spring, Neon and Redrum in order to participate...

ASO Celebrates Cultural Diversity and Connects Students

Tyra McClung, Assistant Arts and Entertainment

March 27, 2019

African and Latin Cultures united to bring students of different cultures together during Central's African Student Organizations' (ASO) event, "Culture Shock." The purpose of "the Devils Den @ 10" event was to introduce students...

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