The Song Remains the Same

Jason Bonham is working to keep the spirit of rock’n’roll alive today. By Breanna Cooper When many think about rock ’n’ roll, images from the days When Giants Walked the Earth come to mind. However, as we all know, a lifestyle of “sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll” is not a sustainable ...


IUPUI Student Pens CIA Thriller

Nathan Brown, a communications undergrad at IUPUI has just released his first novel-out now. By Breanna Cooper Beyond taking classes and working towards a degree, college is a time to expand one’s horizons. For Nathan Brown, a public relations major here at IUPUI, that means getting his first book ...


The River: Revisited

The Boss hit the road to revisit his classic double album, “The River.” By Breanna Cooper Louisville, Ky. - Thirty-six years after releasing The River, Bruce Springsteen is bringing the contents of his fifth studio album, along with many of his hit songs, back to the stage. Springsteen, along ...


A Chat With the Cowboys

Getting ready for their Friday night show at Joyful Noise, the band reflected on how the group of four first got together to make music, and their favorite moments. By Breanna Cooper Bloomington rock band The Cowboys get ready for their third show at Joyful Noise Recordings. With shows in St. Louis, ...


Classic Meets Contemporary

The first INfusion Music Fest, hosted by ISO, hopes to bring classical music to new audiences, along with a message of conservationism. By Breanna Cooper Flower crowns, body paint, and large crowds are all things people think of when they hear “music festival.” As for the upcoming INfusion Music ...


Indy Pays Tribute to Gene Wilder

Indy film fans came together to celebrate the life and work of late actor Gene Wilder. By Breanna Cooper When the news began to spread on Aug. 29 that the comedic actor Gene Wilder passed away at the age of 83, fans of every age and demographic took to social media to share their memories and adoration ...


Bringing Back Beatlemania

American English brings the magic of The Beatles back to stages around the world. Drummer Tom Gable speaks with The Campus Citizen about the impact The Beatles had on the world and how it feels to be a part of the new generation of Beatlemania. By Breanna Cooper April 10, 1970: The Beatles officially ...


Book Review: 'Things That Can and Cannot Be Said'

Arundhati Roy and John Cusack's conversation with each other and with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden gives readers extraordinary insight into government surveillance and the consequences of bringing that information to the public. By Breanna Cooper In June of 2013, the British newspaper The Guardian broke ...


Film Review: 'Josephine'

The 25th annual Heartland Film Festival closed out on a high note with Rory Feek's Civil War drama 'Josephine.' By Breanna Cooper The 25th annual Heartland Film Festival ended on a high note with a screening of “Josephine,” written and directed by musician Rory Feek. Set during the ending ...

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Colorado Legalizes the Right to Die

The 2016 election season saw Colorado become the sixth state in the Union to legalize physician-assisted suicide. By Breanna Cooper On Tuesday, Nov. 8, voters in Colorado voted for Proposition 106: The End of Life Options Act by a 2-1 margin. This proposition allows terminally-ill patients with ...

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Remembering Leonard Cohen

A look back at the prolific life and career of musician Leonard Cohen By Breanna Cooper Few musicians reach the level of icon. Even fewer establish a career that spans decades, bringing with it songs that have been covered by hundreds of other artists. Leonard Cohen, however, was one of those musicians. ...


Music Review: Neil Young’s 'Peace Trail'

Master storyteller Neil Young looks back on 2016 with his latest album 'Peace Trail.' By Breanna Cooper The year 2016 has been interesting and not necessarily in a good way. Many Americans are fearful of the administration set to be sworn into office in a few weeks, and many more citizens have to ...

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Opinion: The Push to Pardon Snowden

As Donald Trump’s inauguration grows nearer, citizens ought to push President Obama to pardon whistleblower Edward Snowden. By Breanna Cooper The 2016 election certainly caused a stir. We now have a President-elect who has been recorded bragging about grabbing women by their genitals, who has promised ...


Remembering George Harrison: 15 Years Later

Despite his reputation as 'the quiet Beatle,' George Harrison had an uncomparable impact on the world of music. Here's a look back at his life and legacy. By Breanna Cooper 2016 has been a rough year for rock fans. From the death of greats such as David Bowie and Prince to Black Sabbath finishing ...


Let’s Talk About: David Bowie’s 'No Plan'

On what would have been David Bowie's 70th birthday, a previously unreleased single and music video looks at the darkest, and inevitable, part of life while incorporating a sense of beauty and hopefulness uncommon for the subject matter. By Breanna Cooper January 8, 2017: On what would have been David ...


Opinion: Where We Go From Here

In a time of global uncertainty, the time for ethical journalism is now. By Breanna Cooper If you’re lucky, there will be a time in your life when you find something you’re passionate about. I was fortunate enough to find that passion early on. It started when I wrote my first story for Ben Davis ...

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World Series 2016 Predictions: Cubs or Indians?

Editor-in-Chief Leighann Strollo shares her opinion on the World Series and makes her final prediction for the winner. By Leighann Strollo 10/25/16 On Oct. 25, the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs will begin their battle for the World Series title. The two teams with the longest World Series ...


Behind the Drunk Knight

By Lynzi Stringer Viral video character The Drunk Knight is taking Facebook – or, um, Gotham, by storm. From tackling an ice cream man under the drunken assumption that he was DC Comics villain Mr. Freeze, to personally addressing the country’s recent clown epidemic, there is no challenge too ...

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