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 ...


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 ...


Ash Rock Brings Musicians Together

By Lynzi Sringer A four-piece band of talented and industrious young teenagers rock the stage at all-age recreational center and music venue, Ben and Ari’s. If I Was Royalty plays out their original song, “Sweet Insomnia” with strong and raspy vocals, a hard-hitting beat and bass line, and grungy, ...


Film Review: “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”

“Rogue One” is an integral part in the Star Wars universe, but nevertheless a strong story in its own right. By Paris Garnier Finally, a Star Wars film that doesn’t directly involve a single person named Skywalker. The first of its kind, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” focuses on characters ...


A Chat with Chris Bowman of Bad Suns

Alternative rock is known for being introspective, heavy in metaphor, and quirky. The breakout Los Angeles-based group Bad Suns fits that model to a T. By Paris Garnier Bad Suns got their start touring with artists like Halsey and The 1975. They made a name for themselves with the single “Cardiac ...

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Birdman: The Campus Citizen Review

By David Schroeder  (@TheDavidabides)By now most everyone has heard of Birdman. You know, the Oscar winning movie starring Michael Keaton as a sort-of bizzaro-world version of Michael Keaton? The one about the actor who played a super hero in the early 1990s only to be broke and struggling ...

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