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Double review: Slaves riding on Wavves

Eric Casey, Staff Writer, Music Guru

November 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

The name of the band Slaves may be off putting to some, but once you get past that point there's no turning back. Unless you're not into punk or lo-fi garage rock, then I guess you should leave. With their official debut album Are You ... Read more »

Lana Del Rey cruises to her own hum

Eric Casey, Staff Writer, Music Guru

October 6, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Last summer Lana Del Rey released her second album Ultraviolence upon the masses. It was commercially prosperous and critically venerated. It went on to debut at #1 in twelve countries including the U.S. It has sold well ove... Read more »

It’s All in Your Head Review

Sara Pisak, Assistant opinion editor

March 31, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Eva Hagberg’s text It’s All in Your Head  is a short novel which I admittedly cannot wrap my mind around. Being perfectly honest with my audience, I have no clear cut opinion of this work. I am used to more of a black and ... Read more »

Beasts & Men Review

Sara Pisak, Assistant Opinion Editor

March 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Curtis Smith’s collection of essays entitled Beasts & Men marks the reader’s journey into the world of flash fiction. The genre of flash fiction is characterized by essays/short stories consisting of a mere 100 to 100... Read more »

Hozier makes a bold soulful debut

Eric Casey

March 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Is this a “Best of Hits” album?  Is this the second coming of Elton John, but with more of an edge?  Maybe even a lost Elton John album?  Well obviously the answer is a definite no. Not since Icona Pop's 2013 effort “Thi... Read more »

The Diary of a Young Girl

Sara Pisak, Assistant Opinion Editor

March 16, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

As the Nazi Party swept through Holland, a wave of anti-semitic laws were passed which barred hard working individuals of the Jewish faith from owning businesses, practicing law and holding other forms of employment. Hitler be... Read more »

Wild Review

Sara Pisak, Assistant Opinion Editor

February 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Cheryl Strayed’s autobiographical novel, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail  is quickly becoming a global sensation. The text, turned screenplay, was nominated for two Oscars at this past Sunday’s Academ... Read more »

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