Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Frank Ocean’s short and sweet singles explore new territory

Jackson Volenec — Reporter Frank Ocean released a new single called “In My Room,” following up his other recently released single called “DHL,” two tracks that are exploring new sonic territory for him. Ocean has been one of the most influential artists of the 2010s, as he had quickly established a name for himself and rose to the top seemingly

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Arts Night and Open Mic brings people together

The Crescent Players put on their first Arts Night and Open Mic on Thursday, Nov. 7. The night consisted of a few bands, the Southern dance team, NOTEorious the a capella group, and people reading their original works of literature and poetry from Folio. The president of Crescent Players, Vittoria Cristante, was one of the main people planning and putting

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Annual Warren Files lives on

 Sofia Rositani — Reporter Tony Spera hosted “The Warren Files” on Nov. 1 at the Lyman Center, after a showing of “Annabelle Comes Home.” By the time the event started, almost all of Lyman Center was packed. Tony Spera began the show talking about how TV shows like ‘Ghost Adventures’ give a bad name to those who are considered ‘paranormal investigators.’

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Surprise EP ‘Feet of Clay’ reflects a new unique style

Jackson Volenec — Reporter Rapper Earl Sweatshirt has released the surprise EP “Feet of Clay,” following his critically acclaimed album release last year “Some Rap Songs,” featuring seven tracks and 15 total minutes of runtime. Earl Sweatshirt is an artist who rose to prominence in the wave of hype from the influential music group Odd Future, being one of the

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NOTEtorious features talent

Sofia Rositani — Reporter NOTEorious is an acapella group that performs on and off campus, and carols during the holiday season at different resident halls. NOTEorious also is usually asked to sing the national anthem at certain sporting events, including homecoming. This is the fourth year that NOTEorious has been a club on campus, and the first year without the creators

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Caged bird showcases women and perseverance

Jackson Volenec — Reporter Buley Library is hosting an open art exhibit, “When Caged Bird Sings,” that showcases the stories of multiple women who have undergone traumatic experiences but still persevered. “When Caged Birds Sing is an exhibition that sheds light on human rights violations affecting women around the world,” said Sabrina St. Juste, a VPAS graduate intern. “It honors the

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