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Students Want Live Concerts on Campus

BY SAMANTHA CASTRO // APRIL 29, 2015 // “I think there is a big problem that students do not leave their residence halls and enjoy the events happening on campus,” said Anna Lombardo, director of Student Activities. “There is an event every weekend.” That may be true. But according to many students, the problem is not the quantity of social […]

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Setting the Record Straight

BY JACKSON CARMUSSIN // FEB. 20, 2014 // It was 50 years ago that The Beatles appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” the group’s U.S. broadcast debut. Most college students are familiar with The Beatles, but few know anything about the band’s many musical inspirations. If you watched the recent Grammy’s tribute to The Beatles on Feb. 9, you might […]

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Services Worth Streaming About

BY TYLER COLLINS // OCT. 28, 2013 // When it comes to your choice of a radio streaming service, you have more than a couple of good interfaces to select from. These options include free versions and premium ones. However, almost all premium accounts will charge you a monthly or annual fee. This blog will focus on the differences between […]

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Free, But Not Worth the Price

BY KEVIN DIFFILY // MARCH 4, 2013 // It’s no secret that most college students download music illegally. Colleges try to make it more difficult by blocking various sites and downloading methods, but, despite what you might have heard, young people can be resourceful. Curry College, for example, blocks all file-sharing protocols from its Internet network. But it’s laughable to […]

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Orchestrating a Scene

BY ANDREW BLOM // SEPT. 11, 2012 // People always have something to say about music. Bob Marley (yeah, that guy on the poster on your wall smoking a joint was also a musician) once said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” I’ll even sell out to the masses for a second and […]