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Let’s Talk Fashion

Michele Drago, Fashion Columnist

February 14

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns

Over the past few years, fashion has taken on a new form of paying it forward in exceptional ways through fair trade organizations. While fashion followers are still waiting for their chance (and cash) to get their hands on a Birkin bag or gawking over a new Jason Wu for Target collaboration, it’s time to glance at fashion’s...

Valentine’s Day blues: no problem for modern day singles

Valentine’s Day blues: no problem for modern day singles

February 14

Feelings about Valentine’s Day seem like a roller coaster. As a child, it was the perfect occasion...

College music: Not dirty hippies

Gia Mazur, Reporter

February 14

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Think about the term “college music.” This is usually associated with artists like Dave Matthews Band and O.A.R., but the iPods of college students are filled with more hip-hop and electronic music— primarily music by white rappers, or “frat boy rappers,” like Asher Roth, Mac Miller and Chris Webby, who tend to rap...

Music industry shows gap

Gia Mazur, Reporter

February 14

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Sarah Madison has dreamt of being a singer since she was a little girl. Throughout grade and high school, her classmates knew her as “the singer,” even if they had never actually met her. She moved to New York City after she graduated to attend the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She graduated from AMDA in 2010 and...

Hit the Right Note: Top Albums of 2011

Peter Falvey, Reporter

January 31

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

21- Adele  If you haven’t heard one of the songs off this album by now, you are truly living under a rock. The songstress composed her sophomore album, 21, after the breakup from an unnamed partner. As a result, the album is filled with heartbreak, anger, and forgiveness. Adele’s vocals mixed with the unflashy nature ...

Cougar Radio jam packed

Shawn Kellmer, Reporter

January 31

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Campus Life

Just like the rest of MU, Cougar Radio is under construction as the staff is hard at work improve its presence on campus and in the community. The radio station is holding events throughout the semester, teaming up with various non-profit groups to help raise money for each charity’s cause. The events are also a way to...

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