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Monmouth Hosts Volunteer Fair

Monmouth Hosts Volunteer Fair

On Wednesday, students got the opportunity to get information on how to volunteer within the community. Non-profit organizations like the Jamieson Community Center, the Warren County Public Library, and the…

Art Expo Chicago

Art Expo Chicago

Over the past weekend, nine students from the art, music, and theatre departments were awarded with the Chicago “Seriously Creative” fine arts trip. One of the highlights of the visit…

First album is one for the records

As a Mexican music fanatic, I find myself so incredibly proud and excited when I see Mexican bands rising despite the annoying perceptions and stereotypes that have surrounded Mexican music…

Ice Choir album throwback to 1980

Ice Choir is the definition of music outside of its age. The best description for its sound is a modern trip back to the 1980’s synthpop; and a similar voice…

Midnight Faces album courses through veins

One of my favorite things about being the music director for WPFS 105.9, Proud Fighting Scots Radio, is discovering new music that intoxicates me—almost literally. The few minutes of pleasure…

Black Marble album like waking up from a nightmare

Listening to Black Marble is like looking at black and white portrait drawings from the expressionists. Sometimes they’re nightmare-ish, but have a poignant feeling to them. Black Marble’s intoxicating sound…

U2 Revives the Joshua Tree with 2017 Tour

Growing up, I fell in love with U2 more and more every time I heard one of their songs on the radio. I remember one moment very clearly: I was…

Depeche Mode carries deep political message in new album

Ever since the 1980’s, Depeche Mode has been making amazing synthpop music that contain themes of religion, lust, and politics. Some of their most famous songs include “Enjoy the Silence,”…

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