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In his latest single "Only One," Kanye West teams up with Paul Mccartney to deliver an intimate song about his relationship with his mother.

Song Review: ‘Only One’

★★★★☆ It’s Yeezus season again. On New Year’s Day, Kanye West appeased his hungry fans with his first single “Only One.” Fans have been clamoring to hear when Kanye will drop his new album after Rihanna sold tickets for a meet and greet with him as well as backstage access[Read More…]

Satirizing Prejudice

Satirizing Prejudice

“Dear White People” is a skillfully done satirical film that sheds light on the experience of the African-American in a predominately white institution, while simultaneously dealing with the age-old phenomenon of the identity crisis. Justin Simien, winner of the U. S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent at the[Read More…]

Media Create Martyr

Media Create Martyr

As racial tensions in Ferguson, Mo., come to a boil, many topics regarding the events of the Michael Brown incident are being examined and scrutinized. Some scholars, such as professor Michael Eric Dyson, believe the underlying cause of the conditions in Ferguson and the militarization of the police force to[Read More…]


Chris Brown's latest album will satisfy fans, but is unlikely to be a huge success.

Album Review: ‘X’

★★☆☆☆ The past few years for Chris Brown have been full of turmoil, legal woes and well-deserved public backlash. His terrible publicity caused many to forget that he was, or arguably is, one of the most talented artists in the music sphere. His talent in creating radio hits and his[Read More…]

by September 19, 2014 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, Guide - Top, The Guide
Album Review: ‘Somewhere Under Wonderland’

Album Review: ‘Somewhere Under Wonderland’

★★★☆☆ There are few bands that have the ability to be a mainstay in a single music genre for over 10 years, while simultaneously maintaining their original sound. Counting Crows’ first album “August and Everything After” was a perfect example of the angst and pop rockdom of the late 1990s[Read More…]

by September 12, 2014 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, The Guide

Summer Music

Sam Smith: ‘In the Lonely Hour’ Though Sam Smith has been on the music scene for approximately two years in England, he was relatively unknown in the United States until his appearance on “Saturday Night Live” on March 29. His style blends diverse pure soul and alternative influences. He won[Read More…]


Album Review: ‘Food’

  ★★★★★ “My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and they’re like, it’s better than yours.” These lyrics, which come from the track “Milkshake” in Kelis’s third album “Tasty,”were accompanied with a hard beat, an easy melody and a sassy message. It is no wonder that this song[Read More…]


Album Review: ‘Cope’

★★★☆☆ Manchester Orchestra, a five-man rock band, has gained slow but steady success over the years. Formed in 2004, the band has released several albums, has been featured on shows such as Gossip Girl, Skins and UFC, and is currently touring the United States, Canada and the UK. While Manchester[Read More…]

by April 11, 2014 0 comments Arts & Entertainment, The Guide
Album Review: ‘Head or Heart’

Album Review: ‘Head or Heart’

Stars: 3/5 In 2010, a track about the sorrow of heartbreak played while the “So You Think You Can Dance” contestants performed a sincere and poignant contemporary ballet piece. This track, “Jar of Hearts,” originated from the relatively unknown coffee house singer Christina Perri. After the airing of the episode[Read More…]

GUMC, NIH Abuzz With Potential Malaria Cure

GUMC, NIH Abuzz With Potential Malaria Cure

The National Institutes of Health awarded Paul Roepe, a professor of chemistry at Georgetown, a $4.75 million five-year grant to conduct research in combination therapy to combat drug-resistant strains of malaria on March 6. Principle investigator for the grant and co-founder of the Georgetown University Medical Center’s Center for Infectious[Read More…]

by March 28, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News