Machine Gun Kelly falls short in ‘At My Best,’ Frank Ocean brands himself as strong as ‘Chanel,’ and Leo Kaylan definitely leaves listeners feeling right, this week in singles.
In an off-putting display of seduction, Pitbull’s latest music video for ‘Options’ attests that the artist is out of them as he puts on an uncomfortable mix of antiquated swagger and reggae.
Finally, after close to two decades Chappelle fans can subsist on more than recycled material as the comedy legend releases two specials on Netflix.
Assoc. Arts Editor Jacob Schick sends out a prayer and tentatively hopes for a rise in movie quality.
In an album that could be considered one long song, Drake seems to embark on directions distinct from the rest of his career with features from a variety of artists in ‘More Life.’
Asst. Arts Editor Isabella Dow discusses the compelling merits of social decorum through the lens of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel.’
The ‘White Rose’ exhibit in the Theology and Ministry Atrium Gallery documents student resistance to Hitler in Munich through stunning testimonials and harrowing pictures.
The comic mockumentary uses its unique brand of humor to elicit compelling, emotional responses from audiences that would not otherwise be expected.
Dance Ensemble’s costumed ‘Masquerade’ showcased its eclectic abilities through the uses of multiple dance stylings and deft footwork.
Editor Isabella Dow discusses the meaning of television soundtracks, and song, in our daily lives.