One Direction shatters stereotypes with “Four”

One Direction shatters stereotypes with “Four”

Anna Villano, Assistant Graphics Editor

November 18, 2014

Filed under Music, Top Stories

Quieting the noise

Ella Hunt, Staff Writer & Featured Columnist

October 27, 2014

Filed under Featured Columnists

Syncopated beats flow through your head and open the doorway to harmony, as you bump and shove through the mass of teenagers. Your mind just fills with the lyrics of the song, and the world around you pauses in a moment of tranquility. My... Read more »

Lana Del Rey concert review

Madea Neyor, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Review

Lana Del Rey was everything expected. Her concert was a blend of her simplistic yet elegant taste, brought together by her raw voice and natural authenticity. With no opening act, she appeared... Read more »

Basic Vacation album review

Hope Hemenway , Journalism 1 Writer

February 19, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Review

After only a year of making music together, the brand new indie-rock band Basic Vacation has taken the alternative music scene by surprise, gaining a fairly large amount of hype for only being in the business a short while. With... Read more »

Kid Ink album review: “My Own Lane”

Alvin Phiri , Journalism 1 Writer

February 5, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Review

Kid Ink has done it again with a new album called “My Own Lane.” Kid Ink's new music on the lyrical side has never been huge until this point, but he certainly displays his real talent on “My Own Lane.” “No Option”... Read more »