Category Archives: Music Review

Ashe’s EP is the perfect complement to ‘P.S. I Still Love You’

Jessica Guerrucci – Managing Editor For those who turned on their televisions to watch “P.S. I Still Love You,” they left with their heart-strings pulled and a belief in love again — but what this movie also gave us was Ashe’s “Moral of the Story.” After being released in April of 2019, the musical masterpiece that is Ashe’s EP “Moral

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Shakira and J.Lo’s halftime show celebrates Latinx culture

Jackson Volenec – Reporter The Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Show featured Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performing two separate shows that merged together, both containing elements of Latinx culture and music with high energy and fast-paced dancing with great visuals. Shakira had opened up with the first performance. and I think she displayed a great performance. While performing eight snippets of

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Grammys under criticism as number of viewers decline

Jackson Volenec – Reporter Many college students do not care about watching the Grammys this year, or any other award show at all, as many of them point out some of the flaws in the awards ceremony’s methods of picking the best artists. The Grammys is a long-time award show that has given out what some have considered to be

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H.E.R.’s new single leads to showstopping performance

Essence Boyd – Contributor Gabriella Wilson, better known as H.E.R, released the single “Sometimes” on Jan. 26 and performed the single for the first time that night on the Grammy stage. The stage was accompanied by four trumpet players, four violinists, four backup singers, a drummer, a keyboardist, a bass guitarist, a grand piano and electric guitar both played by

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Pokeman releases demo of former Nintendo game

Jacob Waring – News Editor Remakes or remasters of games can be a hit or miss.Overhauling a game to upgrade visuals and core controls can also either make or break a game. Adding or removing any mechanic with an eye on creating a gaming experience that replicates the magic of the original gameplay can be a gamble. Thus far, the demo

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‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’ tackles grief and disabilities

Sofia Rositani – Reporter “Everything’s GonnBe Okay” is a new show on Freeform and Hulu about an Australian man who must take care of his half-sisters after their father passes away from pancreatic cancer. Both sisters are high school students: one of them autistic and the other very emotional. The show started out a little rough with cringy moments, areas

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