At 22 years old, Will Toledo, the frontman of the definitively DIY band Car Seat Headrest, is getting noticed for his music’s location. And not just in the traditional sense of Los Angeles versus New York versus some irrelevant town in Nebraska, either. No, Toledo is getting noticed because of where he makes his lo-fi […]

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Trap music: what your grandpa refers to as the garbage young people listen to. When us “young people” hear the words, we most likely think of EDM or house music, or really anything that’s not sophisticated or classy. The word orchestra, however, carries a different connotation. With its sophisticated demeanor, orchestra music is generally reserved […]

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Wake up to an early alarm, have a quick breakfast, drive to work, work a full shift, drive home, then have a late dinner before going to bed. And the next day, repeat. Pretty standard right? Now imagine going through this daily routine for over a year, 480 work hours to be exact, without a […]

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It’s that time of the year again. As the Golden State Warriors tipped off the season opener, we are into the NBA 2015-16 season. Several big trades happened during the off-season and you don’t want to embarrass yourself in front of your buddies when you watch games together. So, here are the top three players […]

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As the saying goes, diamonds are a girl’s best friend. And you can’t really blame her. A diamond is the epitome of a precious stone, renowned for its clean cut and crystal-clear quality that glimmers in the light. Diamonds are prized for their rarity, making them quite the generous and highly coveted gift. A major […]

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Students are passionate and proactive people. Especially at a university, where we surround each other at practically every hour of the day, different groups inevitably form. And while these groups can have passionate stances on controversial issues, and should be activists, there is no excuse for violence. This specifically refers to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. 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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Meet Julia: Sesame Street’s newest muppet, who has autism. While Julia has not yet hit children’s television sets, her impact on the children’s programming industry has already been immense. The new muppet is described as “a preschool girl with autism who does things a little differently when playing with her friends.” Julia is also set […]

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In a move that was not entirely surprising to those in the industry, YouTube announced on Oct. 21 a Netflix-like subscription service called YouTube Red, which became available today. The service will cost $9.99 per month and will come with three main benefits: removing the ads in all YouTube videos, allowing users to save videos […]

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On Oct. 19, Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau, 43, beat out nine-year conservative incumbent Stephen Harper for the coveted position of Canadian prime minister.  The landslide victory confirmed the notion that the majority of Canadian citizens desire a fresh perspective on governmental policy and implementation within the country. This was the foundation on which […]

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