Review: Harry Styles’ Self-Titled Solo Debut

By Caroline Meister Harry Styles. Teen heartthrob. Boybander. Indie rocker? That last one is not a term that you would likely use to describe the British megastar, at least not in the past. But with the release of his new solo (yes, my heart is breaking) album, indie rocker and Harry Styles will become synonymous with each other and no one is more surprised than … Continue reading Review: Harry Styles’ Self-Titled Solo Debut

List: 5 Songs To Help You Power Through Finals

By Caroline Meister For Ball State students, finals are just around the corner. For me, motivation is one of the hardest things when I’m studying. Studying is the woooooorsssttt (John Ralphio voice), but hopefully these songs will help you stay on that finals grind and get an A (or just pass). 1.     “All I Do Is Win” by DJ Khaled You already knew this … Continue reading List: 5 Songs To Help You Power Through Finals

Review: ‘The Fate of the Furious’

By Anthony Miglieri When I first encountered the Fast and Furious films, I was but 11 years old and there were but three installments in the franchise. For a period, the original The Fast and the Furious (2001) and 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) were two of the most frequently watched flicks for that Need for Speed-playing, Hot Wheels car-collecting youngster. About nine years and five films … Continue reading Review: ‘The Fate of the Furious’

Opinion: Brendon Urie to Star in ‘Kinky Boots’

By Madyson McGill In the wise words of Michael Scott: “Oh my god! It’s happening! Everybody stay calm, Everybody stay calm…” Brendon Urie, the angelic voice of Panic! at the Disco, is finally going to Broadway, and will be starring in the play Kinky Boots. That’s right. Breathe. I’ve been waiting for this moment since I witnessed the circus-themed extravaganza that was their Fever You Can’t … Continue reading Opinion: Brendon Urie to Star in ‘Kinky Boots’

Review: Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN.’

By Braxton Randolph Kendrick Lamar is the best lyricist in hip-hop right now and one of the best of this generation. He has been embraced as one of the industry’s elite for such reasons, and his album sales numbers back it up. His wordplay has this effect on people where everyone turns into a contributor on Rap Genius just a few minutes into listening to … Continue reading Review: Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN.’

List: Ranking the ‘Fast and Furious’ Franchise

By Anthony Miglieri I’ll skip the usual dillydally: the Fast and Furious franchise is a miracle of modern science. It began with a what is widely considered a Point Break knockoff, discarded star Vin Diesel for the sequel, discarded everybody else and moved to Tokyo for the third film, reunited its original cast in the fourth film, went nuts and went globe trotting in the fifth film, … Continue reading List: Ranking the ‘Fast and Furious’ Franchise

Review: The Chainsmokers’ ‘Memories… Do Not Open’

By Madyson McGill Admittedly, when I think about not opening memories, the first thing that comes to mind is not the new Chainsmokers album, Memories Do Not Open. However, the title does make one ponder what memories they don’t want to open back up. In my personal experience, I can think of a few. I won’t bore you with by sharing these, because this isn’t … Continue reading Review: The Chainsmokers’ ‘Memories… Do Not Open’