By Sophia Yakumithis The Grammys are white-washed. Every year, the ceremony infamously snubs minority artists of deserved wins in its general categories, boxing their success into alternative ones. Because of these apparent racial biases, musicians have taken to social media to call out the Recording Academy’s decisions. One of the most well-known manifestations of this […]

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By Katrina Liu One of the few things in life that brings me joy is music. I love almost all kinds of music — well, no one has sold me on metal and screamo — and I love receiving recommendations. More than half of my Spotify library are songs people have told me to listen […]

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By Dylan Hubert When one hears the name Randy Newman, they probably think about all of their favorite movies (or their kids’ favorite movies) full of songs composed by Newman, himself. Coming from a family full of composers, naturally, Newman fell into the business as well.  What makes Newman such an elite icon in the […]

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A night out at the theater is the perfect way to do something new with friends and unwind after a long week. Plus, you get some pretty nice discounts if you’re a university student. Whether you’re a die-hard theater fanatic or just simply curious, the shows hitting Boston’s Theater District this season will not disappoint. […]

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By Olivia Shur, Staff Writer @livsure This year’s Grammy nominees are a competitive bunch, judging from the list that includes everyone from veteran winners like Tony Bennett to up-and-coming artists like Lana Del Rey. Here are a few predictions from five of the most anticipated categories. Record of the Year: “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons A band […]

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By Jasmine Ferrell, Staff Writer @JasmineInBoston Last night was one of the biggest events of February. No, not Groundhog Day. It was the GRAMMYs. As with any award ceremony, there are just as many people watching to see who wins the awards as there are to see what unfolds during the ceremony. When approaching something […]

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