Arts & Culture

Turn off your cell phones, please

One of the highlights of the show is the cell phone ballet, a five-minute sequence featuring phones, trench coats, umbrellas and a soundtrack of recorded conversation. ...


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The worst show we can't stop watching

"The Walking Dead” is a plodding, poorly written melodrama. But at its best, it is the most thrilling show on television. ...


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Guys, what is Trap?

"Trap music has more drums in the sounds as compared to just wobbles and straight beats in house or dubstep. It’s less mainstream." - Paola Diaz, undeclared freshman ...


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The five best video game soundtracks

Who could forget “Spyro the Dragon”? If you owned a PlayStation as a kid, you certainly remember trouncing around Spryo’s brightly colored world, chasing egg thieves and collecting gems with Sparx hovering ...


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Tom & Marty's taco night

For those of you who are feeling adventurous, Tom & Marty’s is stocked with board games that you can play while you eat, or you can simply kick back and watch whatever ...


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The 10 wildest college parties across the nation

Every year at UC Boulder, tens of thousands of students hold a “rally” on the campus’s Norlin Quadrangle for the legalization of marijuana by, well, let’s just say actions speak louder than ...


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Thinking about studying abroad? Let us help you

You really don’t want to do poorly just because you didn’t quite understand what the teacher was saying for the last 45 minutes thanks to that convenient barrier called language. ...


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Wholesharing is caring

a new program organized by Co-op volunteers will allow students to buy food in bulk from food producers and share it with friends. ...


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A "Wonderous" new album from Youth Lagoon

“Don’t stop imagining. The day that you do is the day that you die”—a powerful mantra like this one is surprisingly regular in the context of Boise, Idaho’s Trevor Powers and his...


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Symphony takes audience to sea

On Sunday afternoon, Binghamton University’s Wind Symphony presented their first show of the Spring 2013 semester, “La Mer.” With the sea working as the central theme of the performance, the audience —...