tUnE-yArDs Releases Single, Promises New Album

December 12, 2017 Sam Weisenthal 0

Eight years ago, a voice recorder, GarageBand, and Merill Garbus’ feminist pop punk genius were the bare bones necessities used to make tUnE-yArDs’ debut album, “BiRd-BrAiNs.” The Guardian claimed, in its five star review, that “BiRd-BrAiNs” was “the find of the year.”

Thor: Ragnarok–If It’s Not Doing Well, Make It a Comedy

December 12, 2017 Emir Kulluk 0

Ever since I saw the first trailer, Thor Ragnarok caused an emotional stir within me. The varieties in color and the serious change in tone made me question whether Marvel was trying something new with one of their less-successful heroes, or simply  trying to replicate the success of the Guardians of The Galaxy movies.

Murder on the Orient Express Keeps Thrills on Track

December 8, 2017 Riley Meachem 0

I love corny Mystery novels. From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to Dexter, Jo Nesbo to Nancy Drew (yeah, you read that right) pretty much any text with a crime, a series of plot twists, and an arrogant know-it-all protagonist will have me turning pages faster than Trump goes through Cabinet members, or a bag of McNuggets.

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Artistic Representations Perpetuate Thanksgiving Myths

December 6, 2017 Brooke Sponzo 0

“Take a picture, it’ll last longer” is a recognizable American saying, and it has some truth behind it. By the museums dedicated to art and photography depicting historical scenes, it’s clear that illustrations have lasting impacts, but are their legacies true to the stories they tell or do they have greater purposes than accuracy?