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REVIEW: K-Pop group TWICE delivers an undeniable cheerfulness and youthfulness in their newest EP “Yes or Yes”

REVIEW: K-Pop group TWICE delivers an undeniable cheerfulness and youthfulness in their newest EP “Yes or Yes”

Eunice Oh

November 9, 2018


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TWICE, a South Korean girl group, returns with their newest EP, “Yes or Yes.” In the title track, the nine members of TWICE take rejection out of the equation and place their crush in a never-ending tease by only providing two options, yes or yes. The group debuted in Korea on October 2015 a...

OPINION: ‘Meme status’ is beneficial for music

OPINION: ‘Meme status’ is beneficial for music

Ayden Salazar

November 8, 2018


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The rise of the internet meme has significantly shaped the way humans put out and receive humorous content, including parodies of classic songs. Some favorites among meme enthusiasts include “boulevard of broken memes,” “crawling in my crawl” and ”I bless the memes down in Africa.” ...

Did You Know? Long-term Spanish substitute Reynaldo Fernández Pavón is a writer, composer and poet

Did You Know?  Long-term Spanish substitute Reynaldo Fernández Pavón is a writer, composer and poet

Sophia Kennedy

November 7, 2018


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Spanish teacher Reynaldo Fernández Pavón, who is currently the long-term substitute for Amanda Vrabel, has mastered much more than just the Spanish language. Fernández writes poetry, has two published novels and has worked as a journalist. He also composes music for films, TV series, plays, symp...

REVIEW: Ariana Grande is grateful for her exes in her new single “thank u, next”

REVIEW: Ariana Grande is grateful for her exes in her new single “thank u, next”

Sasha Syrevych

November 5, 2018


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After just releasing “Sweetener” in August, Ariana Grande is back with her post-breakup hit “thank u, next.” The song was dropped without any warning last Saturday and is meant to be a preview for her next album of the same title, which will come out sometime in the next few months according...

REVIEW: Bohemian Tragedy: New film chronicling Queen’s rise to fame does not live up to expectations

REVIEW: Bohemian Tragedy: New film chronicling Queen’s rise to fame does not live up to expectations

Ayden Salazar

November 3, 2018


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The familiar tune of Queen’s song “We Will Rock You” plays, but nobody is singing along. Nobody is drumming to the rhythm. An ironic silence permeates the theater. Freddie Mercury’s trademark voice is the only component that helps save the emotionless opening montage, which fails to get the...

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