Archive for the ‘Magazine’ Category

RAW FROM THE SAW – Album Review: Gameshow

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Katie Siple

By Katie Siple, Contributing Writer Gameshow marks Two Door Cinema Club’s triumphant return to the indie music scene. Released on Oct. 14, this is the band’s first studio album since Beacon in 2012. Two Door broke up shortly after Beacon was released because they felt uninspired in their music and had varying personal issues, which […]

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Arms Spread

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Jon Roberts

by Jonathan Roberts I walked into Chipotle on a summer’s afternoon, which always means two things. It meant that the line would be long enough to reach the door, and it also meant that I was either off of work or I had just finished. I can’t remember if it was either of the two. […]

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Glue Saves Man From Deadly Fall

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Alayna Vander

Maybe we should help him down? I’m posting this message on Facebook from my phone in hopes that someone will read it and help me. All you people have done is like and share my posts! I’m not joking around on this one. I’m seriously hanging over downtown NYC right now. I attempted to take […]

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RAW FROM THE SAW – Album Review: Jessica Rabbit

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by John Jacobson

By John Jacobson Sleigh Bells’ fourth studio album Jessica Rabbit was just the fit for the mood post-election: continually loud, sonic calls of darkness and anger. Its Nov. 11 release date came just after the 2016 presidential election. The band’s history of indie rage set this record up to be the perfect macabre musical lining […]

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Black Churches Still Burning

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Meredith Nash

Acts of hate surface after election of President-elect Trump Whether you’re terrified, angered or thrilled with the news, Donald Trump has been elected president. Despite that headline taping itself all over every news agency back on November 6, a tragic backlash of the insanity in this election occurred. An one hundred and eleven year old […]

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Eating Disorders Affect Everyone

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Alex Coburn

Why men should be included in the eating disorder dialogue Eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia plague many women from puberty through adulthood. According to the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), there are 20 million documented cases of women with some type of eating disorder — about six percent of all women in the United […]

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Beautiful is Harlem

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Kecia Romiel

by Kecia Romiel I lived in a one-bedroom polygon in a place where black was beautiful. Unless you didn’t have a pretty face. Unless you didn’t have manageable hair. Or you didn’t smack your Vaseline covered lips every time you finished a sentence. I was in-between. I was in between beautiful and sickly, when my […]

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Catherine Colgan

How lack of rehabilitation leads to a vicious cycle of recidivism The Clink. The Big House. The Slammer. There are many names for prison. Yet, with significant recidivism rates and overpopulation, perhaps “Revolving Door” would be a more appropriate choice. While prisons are a staple of the justice system, the incarcerated are often pushed out […]

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No. Not You

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Alex Coburn

by Alex Coburn The chairs are arranged in an awkward semi-circle around the perimeter of the room. They’re mostly populated by younger people, late teens and 20-somethings, but every now and then you notice an older face, tired and strained. This is obviously not their first meeting Will I be there when I am that […]

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Highbrow

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Alexis Morillo

Eyebrows at the peak of cosmetic fashion Eyebrows have arguably become one of the boldest aspects of the beauty and cosmetology industry. Celebrities like Lily Collins and Solange Knowles have been praised for the bushier style brows in articles like Glamour’s “The Best Celebrity Eyebrows” listicle from Sept. 2016. The fact that such a listicle […]

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