By Caroline Meister Since December 2015, One Direction has been on a hiatus, which only makes sense due to nonstop touring and a crazy recording scheduling since 2011. They promised fans that it was only a break and that they’d be back; it’s not the end. The verdict is still out on that, but with rumors of the boys individually signing to record companies and the release of … Continue reading Opinion: “This Town” single
By Caroline Meister 2016 has been the year of comebacks, at least as far as pop punk is concerned. Green Day is no exception to this rule. In the span of a few months, they’ve announced a new studio album (Revolution Radio), announced a new tour, and have released two singles. Although I am delighted that the iconic punk band is back, I have to … Continue reading Opinion: Green Day’s Comeback
By: Desiree Williams Age is just a number, right? The old saying rings true for Liza (Sutton Foster) on TV Land’s Younger. Liza is a 40-year-old divorced mother who wants to get back into the working world after she took time off to raise her daughter. No one wanted to hire an older woman, so Liza lied about her age. She is now a 26-year-old … Continue reading Opinion: Why You Should Watch Younger
By: Andrew Haas Movie marketing has exploded over the years. In today’s Internet culture, it’s easy for people to get excited over promotional material like trailers, TV spots, and clips. But there’s another important part of marketing that has been there since the beginning that is now being seen as an afterthought: the poster. Many people today view them as little more than a still … Continue reading Opinion: The Importance of Movie Posters
THE PROBLEM WITH SCREAM QUENS IS THAT EVERY EPISODE FEELS THE SAME.
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By: John Van Dam After Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, The Arctic Monkeys, and many other incredible, modern, british sounds, London’s newest musical gift takes us back to a more glamorous and edgy attitude. The new, must-see, british band is The Struts. The band consists of four members, each bringing different styles and personalities to the stage. Jed Elliot slapping the bass and jumping around on … Continue reading Opinion: A Rebirth of Rock n’ Roll
By: Louie Wieseman Weezer is one of the few bands that I consistently get excited for when new music comes out. What I’m surprised about is how quickly they came out with two singles back to back after Everything Will Be Alright in the End’s release in late 2014. That album was alright (see old review) in terms of Weezer albums, but so far the … Continue reading Opinion: New Weezer Releases