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AWOLNATION considers new album as a rebirth

From the iconic band that gave us hits like “Sail” and “Run,” AWOLNATION is back to bare their souls on their latest album, “Angels Miners and Lightning Riders.”

‘Fetch The Bolt Cutters’ is Fiona Apple at her strongest

Fiona Apple’s “Fetch The Bolt Cutters” has such personal, singular lyrical content able to universally tug at listeners’ emotions effortlessly.

Rina Sawayama stands her ground on ‘SAWAYAMA’

Rina Sawayama’s debut album, “SAWAYAMA,” pulls together nu-metal and early ‘00s R&B-pop to create a personal, fun, strong introduction to the Japanese-British artist.

‘A Muse In Her Feelings’ left me in my feelings

Dvsn’s third record, “A Muse In Her Feelings,'' catapults them as an early contender for best R&B project of the year. After releasing a diverse set of singles, I had high hopes going into this album and I wasn't disappointed.

The Strokes’ new album reflects unsure identity

"The New Abnormal” is The Strokes’ first album in seven years. An ode to ‘80s artists, the album sounds like a hand labeled, Billy Idol mixtape you would discover in your parents’ attic. 

‘After Hours’ shines as The Weeknd’s best album

After releasing three singles in the past few months, The Weeknd released his fourth studio album, “After Hours,” on March 20. In it, The Weeknd returns to his roots while improving his artistic abilities, making it his strongest entry yet.

Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Eternal Atake’ lacks identity

After nearly two years of teasing, Lil Uzi Vert released his highly anticipated album, “Eternal Atake,” on March 6. While Uzi still does what he does best, the album ultimately fails to live up to its hype.

Hayley Williams stands out on solo debut

Mississippi native and frontwoman of Paramore Hayley Williams released her first solo project Feb. 6 The release marks Williams’ first solo project after she worked with Paramore for 15 years.

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Media students try to stay positive about post-grad future

Over 1.3 million students across the country prepare for graduation, the biggest challenge they face is finding work in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Caution is not enough for students to return

The only way many students will feel comfortable is by rule enforcement to ensure the spread of COVID-19 is put at a halt.