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The Return of Coffee and Kala

Julia Conant, Assistant Lifestyle Editor

October 21, 2020

Students looking for a welcoming and comforting outlet from the stress of midterms last week could have found one in "Coffee and Kala," an evening open mic event. The first "Coffee and Kala" event of the semester was held last ...

Lovato Embraces Self-Worth With ‘I Love Me’

Natalie Dest, Reporter

March 10, 2020

After a long-awaited return to the music scene, Demi Lovato has released her self-love, pop-fueled anthem of acceptance and realization of self worth. Rising from her two-year hiatus after her 2018 overdose, the 27-year-old made h...

Tune In With DJ Emily

Maddie Ceci, Contributor

March 1, 2020

A brief stroll through the Student Center is a part of many students' mundane routine on campus, but there is a moment that could simply be described as unique when walking by the radio station. With a quick side glance, on-goers...

The Abstract Quest for Visibility

Amina Feratovic, Reporter

February 19, 2020

In a time where many artists are struggling to shine light on intersectional queer visibility, Kevin Abstract (a.k.a. Ian Simpson) of BROCKHAMPTON uses his music to express the struggle of being a person of color and part of t...

Love In The Air At ‘Love Jones’

Shwar Zaidi, Reporter

February 17, 2020

Central students celebrated Valentine's week by partaking in a night full of singing, dancing and poetry. The Ruth Boyea Women's Center held its annual open mic event called "Love Jones" last Wednesday in Semesters. "L...

Expand Your Playlist

Amina Feratovic, Contributor

February 12, 2020

If you're looking for some new music to cruise to, here's some tunes you might want to try!   “Die Hard” by Marc E. Bassy With the release of his album "PMD (deluxe)," Marc E. Bassy uses “Die Hard” ...

The Return Of Demi Lovato

Natalie Dest, Reporter

February 9, 2020

More vulnerable than ever, pop sensation Demi Lovato makes an emotional yet long-awaited return to the music industry with her Grammy performance of her newest song “Anyone,” for the first time after a two-year hiatus.  ...

Mac Miller’s “Circles”: A Final Goodbye For Fans

Ryan Jones, Managing Editor

January 27, 2020

Mac Miller first came into my life in 2010, when he was just an 18-year-old kid releasing his songs and music videos on his YouTube channel. While I never knew him personally, I felt as if we grew up together in a sense; as I...

Department Of Music In Need Of Recruits

Natalie Dest, Reporter

January 27, 2020

No matter what major you may be, Central Connecticut's Department of Music is always searching for individuals of all voices and instruments to join their selection of ensembles. Now more than ever, the department is in dire need...

Is “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” Worth The Watch?

Julia Conant, Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 20, 2020

  With the release of Disney+ came two new original series. One of these shows was “The Mandalorian,” a highly anticipated space opera taking place in the Star Wars universe that became the most in-demand streaming se...

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