Why are we so scared of words, concepts and facts solely because we don’t understand them?
People spent hours in theaters across the country to complete double features of “Oppenheimer” and “Barbie” and even made a significant pop culture experience out of it all.
I found it comical that one campus community member attempted to improperly use commentary from Martin Luther King, Jr. to justify this point.
He had a unique sound and approach to production that has had a lasting impact on the music industry. Here are some of the ways J Dilla impacted music:
Growing up in the mountains offered me a unique perspective on life and an appreciation for the outdoors. From a young age, I was taught about the importance of preserving nature for future generations.
Why didn’t the URPD contact students when there was a person with a knife on campus?
When legendary producer Madlib creates and voices an imaginary friend who materializes as a furry, yellow, cigarette-smoking, pig-snouted aardvark and proceeds to converse with it for an hour on his 2000 record “The Unseen,” it’s pretty sick.
It’s textbook topical burnout, the same phenomenon that I felt at the end of high school, when I realized that I couldn’t stomach one more thousand-page fantasy epic.
In the caterpillar stages of the singer/rapper’s metamorphosis, Bladee sounded exactly like who he was: a kid in Stockholm rapping over his friend’s beats, disguising his nearly atonal singing with buckets of effects.
During the fall 2022 semester, the University of Richmond made The Princeton Review’s list of the top 50 Green Colleges, ranking at #21.
Dear Maddy, I don’t know if I can keep eating DHall food. What are some recipes or restaurants that you love?