Why Pop Music is All the Same

When fans buy Pitbull’s latest banger or Drake’s newest R&B ballad, the only information that they see regarding its authorship is the artist listed. However, in most pop music, there is an entire team of people responsible for writing the music, playing the instruments, recording the song, producing the song, and engineering the final product. […]

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Disaster at TomorrowWorld

Recently, a world renowned music festival fell to pieces in the face of poor weather and poorer management. The original TomorrowWorld festival was founded in Belgium in 2005, and Sept. 25-27 was the third year of the festival’s US edition. The first two ran smoothly and attracted a massive following. The 2014 show featured colossal […]

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Daniel Chiu Discusses Experiences Competing in Programming Following An Event in Kazakhstan

Daniel Chiu ’17 recently spent a week of his summer in Almaty, Kazakhstan, for an International Informatics competition with fellow programmers he had previously competed with across the country. During his freshman year, Chiu won first place in the National Assessment and Testing’s first annual competition. Along with this, Chiu also experienced various first place […]

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New ‘Superhenge’ Discovery Near Stonehenge

On Monday, Sept. 7, less than 3 kilometers from the world-renowned heritage site, Stonehenge, archeologists discovered remnants of much larger bluestone monuments.   By utilizing new radar-technology, the Stonehenge Hidden Landscape Project team claims to have uncovered a new series of standing stones under Durrington Walls. The new monuments, also commonly referred to as “Superhenge,” […]

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