By Sarah Kirkpatrick, Staff Writer @Kirkpatrick_SJ 2014 has certainly had its low points, but at least in the world of music, it has been an excellent year. From Samuel Herring’s dance moves on Letterman to Robin Thicke’s failed album, and from Nicki Minaj’s iconic “Anaconda” video and reunion tours by Outkast and Neutral Milk Hotel […]

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By Cat McCarrey, Staff Writer “Awake: The Life of Yogananda” celebrates just that: the life of Paramahansa Yogananda, a guru and “mystic” who introduced yoga and meditation to America in the early 20th century. Documentarians Paola di Florio and Lisa Leeman track his life and his influence, using Yogananda’s celebrated book “Autobiography of a Yogi” […]

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By Cat McCarrey, Staff Writer When was the last time you watched live TV? Think about it. I understand if you need a minute or two. Going back that far in time is quite the stretch. Now let me ask one more question: Was this live viewing experience on network, or cable? Odds are, it […]

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By Hannah Landers, Muse Editor@hannland Sweet summer is almost here, which means it’s almost time for The Muse to take a vacation. But before we grab our flip-flops and short-shorts, we have a few final suggestions to make this summer the most Muse-tastic ever. Below is a list of movies to see, albums to listen to, […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer@thedanosaurus With the thrum of Spring in full swing, it’s easy to believe that the end of school is nigh! But fear not, because although the semester is winding down, the world of pop culture will never die as long as there are people to care about celebrity Instagrams (aka me). […]

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By Olivia Shur and Hannah Landers, Staff Writers@livsure @hannland Summertime means warm weather, no classes and — most importantly — the best music festivals of the year. Here’s a list of just a few of them, including where, when and, of course, who is going to be there. No matter what genre of music you like […]

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By Hannah Landers, Muse Editor @hannland I could say that it was hard to narrow my life down to just 20 songs, that I struggled and debated and agonized over every track. But when I really sat down and thought, when I really contemplated which songs have had real impact and given my life real substance, […]

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By Sarah Kirkpatrick, Editor-In-Chief @Kirkpatrick_SJ My entire life has extremely music-rich. There was a constant supply of classic rock playing as my mom drove me around as a child. Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, grunge was part of the culture (I still wear flannel and beanies quite frequently, prompting plenty of reactions from my […]

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