Category: Columns

Immigration: we’re not so different, you and I

Immigration: we’re not so different, you and I

Column- October 22, 2018

Let us not forget that this is hardly the first instance of the United States’ unwillingness to accept immigrants. It is a recurring theme.

Album review: The exhilarating strangeness of Clarence Clarity’s “THINK: PEACE”

Album review: The exhilarating strangeness of Clarence Clarity’s “THINK: PEACE”

Album Review- October 15, 2018

Clarence Clarity's newest album approaches pop and R&B from an engaging, eccentric persepctive.

Big Mouth season two review

Big Mouth season two review

Column- October 15, 2018

Season two of Big Mouth covers topics like puberty, slut-shaming and insecurity in a humanizing and comedic manner.

Adventures in Auckland: Environmental “treasure” hunt

Adventures in Auckland: Environmental “treasure” hunt

Column- October 15, 2018

My Environmental Science 101 course requires that every student perform field work — namely, a scientific beach cleanup along the city’s shoreline.

Album Review: Rebirth and renewal on Pinegrove’s “Skylight”

Album Review: Rebirth and renewal on Pinegrove’s “Skylight”

Column- October 8, 2018

Pinegrove's latest project, "Skylight," shows personal growth and a commitment to activism.

Album Review: BROCKHAMPTON makes boy bands cool again on “iridescence”

Album Review: BROCKHAMPTON makes boy bands cool again on “iridescence”

Column- October 1, 2018

On BROCKHAMPTON's latest album "iridescence," the boy band lives up to their self-ascribed title as "the greatest boy band since One Direction."

Adventures in Auckland: Food with friends

Adventures in Auckland: Food with friends

Arts and Entertainment- October 1, 2018

We learned about the White Lady’s establishment during Easter weekend of 1948, and its famous burger recipe that hasn’t changed in over 60 years.

Artists’ Corner: In conversation with Claire Ciccarone

Artists’ Corner: In conversation with Claire Ciccarone

Arts and Entertainment- September 24, 2018

"I don’t make art because it looks nice," Claire Ciccarone says. "It’s about pouring my insides out into something."

Album Review: “15”

Album Review: “15”

Column- September 24, 2018

While easy to write-off a foul-mouthed child star turned rapper, Bhad Bhabie has made clear her infiltration into the industry.

TV review: “BoJack Horseman” season five

TV review: “BoJack Horseman” season five

Column- September 24, 2018

Matthew reviews the critically acclaimed fifth season of Netflix's "BoJack Horseman."