Last night, the most acclaimed musical artists of our time got together at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards to celebrate music and reward those that have gone above and beyond this past year. The Grammys are always a great show to watch and this year was particularly amazing. There were new songs, tributes, beautiful outfits […]

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Just as we’re finally getting into the rhythm of school, our schedules are totally thrown off by the inevitable dread of midterm season. For many universities, that time is now. While midterm stress takes a toll on its victims individually, it permeates throughout campuses at large. The air of midterm week is one imbued with […]

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I went to TD Garden on Thursday to see Adele perform on her “25” tour, and she was so much more than I expected. Of course, I knew she has an incredible voice, but let me tell you — if she is anything like she was on stage, she is one of the most real people […]

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There were many messed-up things at the Academy Awards — the lack of diversity, an appearance by Stacey Dash, no nominations for “The Boy Next Door” — but there is one in particular that needs to be talked about. I am here to address Sam Smith, the mediocre Adele cosplayer, winning the Academy Award for […]

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You know when your grandmother texts you a cringe-worthy “swag” in an attempt to be relatable? That is exactly what Mike Huckabee has done. Huckabee’s campaign released a video Wednesday parodying Adele’s “Hello” in an attempt to win over votes shortly before Monday’s Iowa Caucuses. Considering he had only 4 percent of the Republican vote […]

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There are three key features that I absolutely adore about James Corden: his boisterous laugh, his genuine charisma and, most importantly, his charming British accent. For anyone who does not appreciate the delights of late-night television, James Corden is the host of “The Late Late Show,” which airs on CBS. Similar to most nighttime talk […]

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Spotify unveiled its largest outdoor advertising campaign ever on Sunday, with large, hand-painted ads going up in ten cities around the world. In New York, personalized billboards can be seen in different neighborhoods. One ad shows that Justin Bieber was the most popular artist in Williamsburg while The Weeknd was most popular in the East […]

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I remember the day Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” dropped. Actually, I remember exactly where I was — even what I was doing. I was tucked in one of Warren dining hall’s many dusty corners, picking at a dry piece of chicken. That album became my anthem for the remaining few months of the […]

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“Hello… it’s me.” Adele, the voice of our generation and Taylor Swift’s biggest nightmare, is back with a massive new song. So let’s get this over with and just give Adele all of the Grammys now. After an unusually long hiatus of four years, during which time the music industry completely succumbed to unexceptional artists, […]

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By Maya Devereaux, Staff Writer @MayaDevereaux Having seen all three installments of the Daniel Craig series in a matter of one weekend, I’m new to this whole James Bond franchise. Needless to say, I did not have very high expectations of “Skyfall.” I was envisioning myself at the theater having to turn to my boyfriend […]

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