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Banks releases new album to some praise

Banks releases new album to some praise

Emily Peter December 5, 2016

Banks' new album, "The Altar," is generally vulnerable, both in terms of lyrical content as well as the composition of the sound. That being said, the description "vulnerable" is not interchangeable...

Food shaming and the dangers of judgmental corporatism infiltrating our nutritional choices

Food shaming and the dangers of judgmental corporatism infiltrating our nutritional choices

Emily Peter November 18, 2016

No one should actually care if you order the seven cheese pasta sandwich. We live in a world where the decision of what to eat becomes much more than a simple question of how one is going to get the...

Are podcasts killing the radio star?

Are podcasts killing the radio star?

Emily Peter November 14, 2016

There is a unique connection and power that is derived from spoken word, the human voice and the information transmitted through the intimacy of sound. The voice has always been a vehicle for intimate...

Bob Dylan becomes first American to win Literature Nobel Prize in 25 years

Bob Dylan becomes first American to win Literature Nobel Prize in 25 years

Emily Peter October 29, 2016

Well, the times they are a-changin'. This month, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Bob Dylan, musician and prolific folk singer and songwriter of the last 50 years. This monumental event...

There's a new indie group on the block with a Seussian flavor: the Barbaloots

There’s a new indie group on the block with a Seussian flavor: the Barbaloots

Emily Peter October 26, 2016

Trinity based band the Barbaloots, are bringing indie rock music close to campus. The Barbaloots debuted their fresh sound with KRTU in the recent months and have begun performing around San Antonio. Before...

Nye still

Nye still “Science Guy” on new show

Emily Peter September 30, 2016

Bill Nye's goal, in his original series more than two decades ago, was that he might be able to change the world through bringing attention to the importance of science. Years later, his plans have changed...

Glass Animals releases new album full of grooves and genuine character studies

Glass Animals releases new album full of grooves and genuine character studies

Emily Peter September 25, 2016

In June of 2014, Glass Animals debuted a whimsical and unique sound with their first album "Zaba." Unlike "Zaba," the recent album they released this summer moves beyond eclectic noise and explores...

Humanities under attack

Humanities under attack

Emily Peter September 10, 2016

Wells Fargo recently circulated promotional brochures for their Teen Financial Education Day that will be held later this month. In a burnt-orange box featuring two adolescents performing scientific experiments,...

“Spiderman” sequel comes with controversy

Emily Peter September 1, 2016

In recent weeks, the internet has been riddled with vocal fans criticizing the casting of biracial former Disney star Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman, known as simply "Zendaya" to fans, as Mary Jane in...

Things I only learned how to appreciate in college

Things I only learned how to appreciate in college

Emily Peter August 26, 2016

Like any transition in life, moving to a collegiate atmosphere offered me many opportunities for change. Although some differences may have been voluntary, the transformation left me grateful for the following: Sleep ...

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