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Royce and Premier struggle but succeed with the duo’s second album

Royce and Premier struggle but succeed with the duo’s second album

By Matthew Joseph, Collegian Staff

March 27, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Music, Scrolling Headlines

A little watered down and rough around the edges, PRhyme continue to keep the East Coast spirit alive.

Michael Seyer pays homage to contemporaries in his own unique way with new album

Michael Seyer pays homage to contemporaries in his own unique way with new album

By Tyler Wyatt, Collegian Correspondent

March 27, 2018


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The guitarist for Bane’s World recorded his latest release from his garage and is making big waves in the indie community.

‘Super Smash Bros.’ for the Nintendo Switch: known information and predictions

‘Super Smash Bros.’ for the Nintendo Switch: known information and predictions

By John Buday, Collegian Staff

March 26, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Headlines, Scrolling Headlines, Video Games

The Switch has been very successful, selling over 4.8 million units in the U.S.

Love, fear and anxiety intertwine

Love, fear and anxiety intertwine

By Gina Lopez, Arts Editor

March 21, 2018


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Love, fear and anxiety: feelings that are hard to talk about and hard to describe.

Superorganism’s self-titled debut is a pop culture collage

Superorganism’s self-titled debut is a pop culture collage

By Ariya Sonethavy, Assistant Arts Editor

March 19, 2018


Filed under Arts & Living, Headlines, Music, Scrolling Headlines

The imagery that comes to mind is a growing, radioactive blob – a symbol that represents the band’s ability to mold different genres into one for something especially vivid.