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While the pink-collar economy is growing, the wages aren’t.

 

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Several college-oriented Instagram accounts are objectifying women while their followers remain oblivious.

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Despite what major news outlets claim, condom snorting isn’t popular amongst teens.

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Connor Clegg, the student body president of Texas State in San Marcos, was found guilty of all six articles of impeachment.

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How a group of Feminist artists are fighting the Trump administration with phone booth graffiti.

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If DACA students’ citizenship changes, they could be considered international or undocumented students, a change in nomenclature with significant ramifications.

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Financial expert Patrick Harker thinks the ways college is financed could hurt low- and middle-income students from succeeding.

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Canadians mourn the loss of 16 people who died in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, with the Saskatchewanian families affected receiving overwhelming support.

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Nothing reflects a bright future quite like 947 solar panels.

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The non-lethal shooting has raised questions about what campus police should and should not be able to do.

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Call them what you want to, but the vape gods are here to stay.

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After decades of silently dealing with low wage and under-equipped working environment, teachers in Kentucky and Oklahoma have decided to raise their voice.

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Opponents are using ignorance to justify killing black women. Luckily there are ways to stop these attacks from happening.

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The alleged incident, in conjunction with Larry Nassar’s felonies, paint the picture of a university intent on covering up the crimes of its athletics community.

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The man accused of murdering college student Jacqueline Vandagriff says her dying caused him to ‘panic,’ dismember her body and light it on fire.

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Room-scale VR allows participants to have an open-minded experience of journalism.

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In a controversial op-ed, columnist James Bovard refuted reports about food insecurity on college campuses, instead calling students ‘overweight and lazy.’

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Millions of people who downloaded the app ‘This is your Digital Life,’ as well as friends of those users, are set to receive messages in the coming days.

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The Facebook CEO used the response ‘I’ll have someone on my team get back to you’ so many times that Twitter users created a drinking game out of it.

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Being stopped by a police officer is definitely not a great way to end the day, especially if it’s just for broken taillights.

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The party is grappling over whether to encourage calls for impeachment or ignore them, as both devalue the democratic process.

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Educators across the country are calling for an end to the ‘war on public education,’ claiming their pay and funding have shrunk to impossibly low levels.

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After years of dodging requests to appear before Congress, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg will finally answer their questions this week.

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Andrew Dorogi, an economics major and senior at Amherst College in Massachusetts, died after falling onto train tracks in Mexico City.

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Several uncommon elements of the April 3 shooting at YouTube headquarters have thrown analysts for a loop.

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Stormy Daniels, the adult film star embroiled in a sex scandal with President Trump, should not be dismissed due to her profession.

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After Snapchat’s horrible update, Instagram’s new algorithm and Facebook’s privacy scandals, should you start using Vero instead?

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According to the suit, a ‘diversity quota’ at Harvard forces Asian-American students to score higher on the SAT just to be competitive with their white counterparts.

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At Pasadena City College, for instance, the number of students whose parents make more than $100,000 has increased from 197 in 2007 to 828 in 2017.

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President Trump is notoriously known for using gun violence to draw attention away from the lack of gun control in America.

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Deadline broke a heated story accusing Nickelodeon money-maker Dan Schneider of abusing young stars in his own shows after a sudden exit.

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How Kenya’s ban of forced anal exams on suspected gay men can influence LGBT change.

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The conservative media outlet, somewhat hypocritically, forced anchors nationwide to read a script designed to stoke fears of media bias.

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Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon has proposed legislation for the Debt-Free College Act, which aims to combat mounting student debt.

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The conservative vice president has been vocal about his opposition to the ‘gay agenda’ from the start of his political reign.

 

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After losing a handful of national advertisers, Ingraham was suddenly feeling very apologetic.

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The 22-year-old is the latest black man to be unjustly killed for a crime he had nothing to do with.

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In a statement, the president, whom 15 women have accused of sexual misconduct, implored audiences to heed the claims of sexual-abuse victims.

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Given that the standard procedure is to shy away from such definitive language, Austin police chief Brian Manley’s statement took many by surprise.

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The controversy is the latest in a series of blows to the reputation of the historic HBCU, whose president students are now demanding resign.

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Middle Tennessee State University is the latest recipient of a grant from the foundation, which has a history of using such agreements to advance their political agenda.

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The social media platform you loved in middle school isn’t what it used to be.

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These careers are the most likely, statistically speaking, to help you become a billionaire.

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Because it’s incredibly believable that the Parkland survivor would rip up the Constitution.

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Until April 15, the planet Mercury will be in retrograde. Why does this matter? It doesn’t, not really — but astrologers will tell you otherwise.

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The future of cryptocurrency looks potentially unstable, as government institutions and major advertising platforms warn against their risks.

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Incorporating elements from multiple human rights movements, the March for Our Lives in New York continues to remind us of the urgent needs for social changes.

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As a 9-year-old in Topeka, Kansas, Linda Brown Thompson’s desire to go to school with her friends would later change the course of history.

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Across the country, a handful of states and pioneering student groups have paved the way for no-cost tampons and other feminine hygiene products.

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After the president’s first ban on transgender military service was struck down, the commander in chief has proposed an amended version of the first policy.

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Don’t let people tell you that your vote does not matter. It does, especially if you are wishing for a change to happen.

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The upcoming vote on Proposition 1 will not be cast in the traditional way since Anchorage has opted for the vote-by-mail system.

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After discovering the breach two years ago, Facebook first moved to sue the news outlets intent on reporting it. Now, Zuckerberg is changing his tune.

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As long as we still have the ‘missed connections’ page, Craigslist romance will live on.

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I went to the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., on March 24th, and it will probably be the most important thing I’ve ever done.

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The shooting, which occurred just days before the March for Our Lives protest and took the life of Jaelyn Wiley, is the 18th school shooting of 2018.

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The University of Hawaii Maui College is taking advantage of its ample sunlight and conservation-minded student body to transition to renewable energy sources.

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Can someone be a member of the LGBT+ community and still be homophobic? Absolutely, and it happens more often than you’d think.

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Jake Paul made a documentary titled ‘It’s Time to End School Shootings,’ but his efforts were too little, too late.

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Former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are setting new communication standards for politicians now that they are in negotiations with Netflix.

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The 24-year-old white male took his life yesterday, March 22, before he could be apprehended by the authorities.

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Accidents or not, students rely on the ride-sharing app and are anticipating the advent of its self-driving fleet.

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Is society ready to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace effectively?

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Despite their efforts, schools are struggling to keep up with the increasing rates of students with mental-health problems.

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Investigators have begun to walk back the idea that the crimes are racially motivated, leaving detectives at a loss for a cause.

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The proposal aims to reduce the amount of nicotine in cigarettes to just 20 percent of current levels.

 

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The House GOP’s plan to change the federal-aid repayment system may cost community colleges when students drop out.

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Ariana Kukors’s poignant letter helps bring to attention the years of sexual abuse in USA Swimming.

 

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Several companies have posted about cutting ties with the NRA after the Marjory Stoneman Douglass shooting, and Amazon and Apple haven’t said anything.

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She may be one of the world’s most famous women, but was this too far?

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Doug Ford’s strong managerial qualities as a former business leader and commitment to his brother’s politics make him a good choice for the role.

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Threats to your favorite teams, upcoming free-agents and more to look out for this season.

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The Wing and spaces across the country and the globe have emerged to provide a modern-day women’s club for working ladies.

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On top of being perhaps the most celebrated mind of his generation, Hawking was also an acclaimed author and wit.

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The crash, which has several confirmed casualties, will also affect the FIU community, many of whom are on spring break.

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Serena Williams’s traumatic postnatal experience sheds light on an issue that has long plagued black women in America: maternal death.

 

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The classic recipe has been a big hit for years, but maybe it’s time for the company to step foot in a new market.

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With the pervasive reality of gun violence in the United States, students need to have their voices heard on an issue that directly affects them

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You might not be able to make it on March 24, but don’t worry; you can still promote the movement from your dorm room.

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The 21-year-old, who is on the autism spectrum, was sent to jail based on suspicion that he carved a swastika and a racial slur into two Orange Coast College security vehicles.

 

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In response to the gun control protests at Washington, D.C., President Donald Trump proposed arming teachers. But would arming teachers change anything?

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Many of the 35 people who have left the White House previously held positions involving communications or worked closely with President Trump.

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Each pair of shoes represents the life of a child taken by gun violence since the 2012 Newton shooting.

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The bombings have killed two African-American males, aged 39 and 17, and have critically injured a 75-year-old Hispanic woman.

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Reports indicate that Tillerson was unaware of his impending firing, which was announced as he was midway through a diplomatic trip through Africa.

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On its Instagram page, Hasta Muerte Coffee explained, ‘ … we are not alone saying police presence compromises our feelings of physical & emotional safety.’

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The programs pride themselves on offering a distinct kind of experience, one unavailable at any other school and often predicated on personal attention.

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The laws grant both sides some of their requests, but leave no party completely happy.

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The school’s Title IX coordinator is the daughter of the university president and has reportedly mishandled sexual assault on campus.

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The debate between gun control proponents and gun owners wages on, but there are some valid points that debunk the arguments to continue current gun policy.

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Saudi Arabian women have long been denied the same rights as men, but things will start to change in 2018.

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Marist College revoked its most famous alum’s honorary degree, and others should follow suit.

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The West Virginia teachers strike is over. The questions it raised are far from settled.

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Boycotting Florida for spring break might succeed in bringing the nation’s attention to the issue of gun violence, but not without dire consequences.

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Cardi B’s newest album, ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ was well worth the anticipation, hype and wait — all put together. She’s killing the game.

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Will the old Iggy Azalea please come back to the stage?

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After years of financial struggles, Kali Uchis has finally found success in the music industry.

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Some albums just have to be listened to from start to finish.

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On ‘It’s Gonna Be May’ day, April 30, the former band will reunite for this tremendous honor.

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‘Burn the Stage’ shows the good, the bad and the ugly of the K-pop industry.

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On the heels of his first album release, Ng speculates what the future holds for his haunting, atmospheric sound.

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You: it’s a match made in heaven. Me, an intellectual: actually, it’s a match made in ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.’

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Let’s map out how exactly the genre of emo rap came to be.

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One year after the release of ‘American Dream,’ Khalid’s influence has changed his adopted hometown. 

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The Good Vibrations Music & Arts festival is an all day event that will bring together hearing and non-hearing festival goers in an unprecedented event.

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From 2006 to today, Taylor Swift had a huge music evolution changing her style with every album.

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Pop star Taylor Swift’s music video for her new song has received criticism amid accusations that she stole video concepts from a Kenzo perfume ad.

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Music festivals are all fun and games until you realize you forgot your sunscreen.

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Travel and daily interactions with people inspire this Boston University student’s music.

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Fans of Harry Styles have suspected his bisexuality for years, and ‘Medicine’ might be his coming out song.

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These soul sisters are giving classic rock and blues a modern appeal.

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‘Bobby Tarantino II’ is the sixth mixtape by Logic and it currently has his fans reeling as ‘mixtape Logic’ makes a much-welcomed comeback.

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TDE’s ‘Championship Tour,’ their first full-label tour, is starting in Vancouver this May. Here are three reason why you should go see TDE’s artists.

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When the final guitar is strummed, the drums crash and the curtains close, Vans Warped Tour will come to an end — forever.

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Finding the next Kelly Clarkson is actually much harder than celebrity judges expected.

 

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With Warped Tour’s final tour approaching this June, it’s important to reflect on the music community it created over its 23-year reign.

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Everyone experiences loneliness while they’re away from home in college, and Christian rock might be one of the best ways for you to combat it.

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Despite his recent sudden rise in popularity, Russ is anything but an ‘overnight success story.’ Here’s how he managed to stay relevant for nearly a decade.

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Watch out this month – artists are dropping albums like no tomorrow and you’ve got to be prepared. Here’s a list of some you should definitely look out for.

 

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In his ‘Hope World’ mixtape, J-Hope tells a compelling story of his rise to fame and success, which came with responsibilities he did not foresee.

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The Austin band’s third album marks a shift toward a more jazz-forward mindset, though without sacrificing a hint of its deep-synth sound.

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As a college senior, duendita already has a significant presence on Spotify and SoundCloud, especially after the release of her new EP. 

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San Marcos rap collective PNTHN reflects on the five albums that helped define their sound.

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With their new album, ‘Vacation in Hell,’ dropping April 6, The Flatbush Zombies offer a solution to hip-hop’s problem with carbon-copy personas.

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Despite multiple sexual-harassment allegations, Webster has managed to remain out of the spotlight, a problematic sign for the country music industry.

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If these music artists can make their way to the SXSW stage, this year will be unlike any other the festival has seen before.

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Boston University students Isabel “Izzy” Raye Weinberg and Kian McGee create music together that complements their talents.

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Tyler and Ryan Falcoa are a brother duo making waves on the YouTube music scene and are the perfect fit for anyone’s playlist.

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Between classes, Hossain manages to make waves in the underground Bengali metal scene as a booking agent.

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K-Pop fans from around the world are excited to witness Exo and CL perform live at the close of the 2018 Winter Olympics.

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The singer’s husky, tonally curious version of the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ left audiences laughing, gawking and fuming all at once.

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By coming out to the public as a gay artist, Holland head-butts the restrictive social conventions of Korea regarding homosexuality to send a message of hope and acceptance.

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Every Friday and Saturday for the entire month, movie lovers can head to the Studio Grill in Chatham to watch some of the many films in the festival.

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The 2000s were blessed with iconic pop punk bands that bring you not only nostalgia, but excitement in every playback.

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Released three days before his death, J Dilla’s album ‘Donuts’ is a timeless ode to life.

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From her edgy music to her fierce look, Pink continues to charm the world with her message of woman empowerment and barrier breaking.

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These highly anticipated new albums will undoubtedly stay with you for the rest of 2018.

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The new year has just begun, but these artists are already taking no prisoners with their lyrical mastery.

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Move over Mariah Carey, these artists have already hit all the right notes to sing in the new year!

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Four weeks since its debut, ‘Camila’ is more than proving that the young singer’s decision to go solo was an act of genius.

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The 60th Annual Grammy Awards fell flat this year in addressing the issues of gender inequality and sexual violence that are plaguing the nation.

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Atlanta-based hip-hop trio ‘Migos has wasted no time making their impact in 2018 with the release of ‘Culture II.’

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With the rap artist’s career booming in recent years, Drake is becoming more of an icon than ever. And I am not a fan.

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Just like black ensembles at the Golden Globes, celebrities donned white roses at the 2018 Grammys to show that the music industry was confronting its demons.

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Though Kendrick Lamar, Donald Glover and Bruno Mars took home a slew of high honors, critics claim that the Grammys snubbed female artists.

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Having an abundance of music at your fingertips has never been easier, but is Spotify evil when it comes to paying the artists?

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Cameron Gilmour, sophomore physics and music tech at University of Vermont, improvises with music to communicate in a way better than words.

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Belmont University student Bethany Ann Warner is taking her musical ambition and relying on her faith and determination to make it big time.

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‘Pop 2’ is Charli’s most challenging release to date, pushing the genre’s boundaries and disputing commonly held truths about real pop.

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There are only two rules: Don’t eat spaghetti beforehand and leave your sweater at home.

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These albums in 2018 are bringing some new music to shake up your playlists, and hopefully they’ll be even better than the previous year.

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From Charli to Carly and Dua to Lorde, here are 2017’s best pop hits.

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The Recording Academy has announced the nominations for the 2018 Grammys, and if they snub Kendrick a third time, that’s on them.

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Don’t miss out on these Grammy nominated tracks from the past year.

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G-Eazy and Halsey are 2017’s Bonnie and Clyde.

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The holidays are right around the corner, the New Year is almost upon us and it’s time for the annual end-of-the-year top ten lists.

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Through her latest ensemble of pop and electronic beats mixed with naturistic instrumentals, Björk shows reinvention does not have to be derivative.

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There have been a few white rappers to come before him, but Post Malone has created a persona for himself as being versatile across a large demographic.

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Lil Peep was struggling with drugs for quite some time, and perhaps people will aim to change the narrative of drug abuse in the music industry.

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Maria Tangarova, founder of UTalent, is providing an outlet for talented musicians on campus.

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Morrissey is still making music? Damn right he is!

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This Bethune-Cookman University student wrote a play, created lyrics and composed beats in honor of his college’s founder, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune.

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Here are some musical groups who had found their success after hitting it off on-campus.

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Blu rejoins his old producing partner Exile to release his new album “In The Beginning: Before The Heavens.”

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On “Reputation,” Swift’s signature songwriting is more guarded and generic, but promises greater things to come through transformation.

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Selena Gomez was just named Billboard’s 2017 Woman of the Year, but who is actually surprised?

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With plenty of jams to spare, music is the only positive thing  that 2017 has going for it.

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These artists are redefining queer music.

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Bartol has some big city dreams and all the dedication needed to make them happen.

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There’s black music worth listening to that happened waaay before Childish Gambino.

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Brown University student Sebastián Otero Oliveras, an ethnomusicology major, is igniting social change one track at a time.

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Preparation is the key to survival when a tragic moment occurs at a music event.

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You know, to prevent breaking your thumb scrolling through your library in search of a specific song and whatnot.

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The Dutchess has returned at last and, with some bumps in the road, has created work that’s worth a listen.

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The show that used music as a dialogue.

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After a forty-year dormancy, vinyl has reemerged as an interest for many millennials, and it’s never too late to hop on the bandwagon yourself.

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The politics and lessons of XXXTentacion’s abusive behavior—which is by no means exclusive to him—and rash of domestic abuse among young hip-hop artists.

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If you’re looking for some new tunes to pair with your late-night study sessions this semester, then check out these twenty songs.

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After the death of frontman Ben Barlow’s dad derailed the British group’s tour, their newest work explores mortality from an intensely personal point of view.

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Sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, because she’s taking over the music industry.

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Anna Agosta writes, sings and performs her own music hoping to make it big in her city of Chicago.

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From small-town Madagascar girl to successful singer, Viannason has high hopes for her energetic dancehall sound.

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After five long years trapped by contract to an abusive music producer, Kesha returns with an album full of humility, love and integrity.

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Jumping back into intense study sessions can be difficult, but these chill tunes will make it a little more enjoyable.

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After being chosen as the first-ever recipient of a scholarship from Miranda Lambert, Vaus has begun racking up accolades as both a songwriter and performer.

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Even if you think that they’re overplayed, these songs deserve major props.

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Given how critical music is to media, the real question is what took so long?

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In her new album, ‘Lust for Life,’ Del Rey takes another step toward becoming the person she wants to sound like.

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These are the albums that are (or should be) defining the decade.

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From Jay Z to Imagine Dragons, who has your vote for the best summer record?

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Whether you’re crushing, heartbroken or head-over-heels, 2017 has provided a variety of songs for all kinds of love. Here are six of the best.

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As the halfway point of 2017 passes, it is time to look back at the best releases in hip-hop to this point of the year.

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If you thought rock and roll was risqué, imagine what it sounds like with a touch of Pagan flair.

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With under 200,000 monthly listens on Spotify, these artists may not be popular, but they’re definitely talented.

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As Hayley Williams promised, fans will ‘cry hard, dance harder’ to ‘After Laughter.’

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Sometimes, to escape the predictive listening algorithms of Spotify and Pandora, you have to listen to terrible music on purpose.

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The producer, performing artist and YouTube sensation has a surprise planned for fans when he reaches 37 million views.

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Streaming services have brought democracy to music, but at the expense of student-run radio.

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After three months, the year looks to belong to some of the same names that dominated 2016.

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A slew of powerhouse indie bands have record releases slated for the next few months.

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From classics like Bright Eyes, to newer releases like Whitney, these are the best albums to listen to while working.

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If you think you hate the genre, then you don’t really know what it is.

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For the Parrotheadz of James Madison University, channeling the iconic musician’s laid-back vibe is the key to happiness.