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A few hours ago my friend, fellow recent graduate Sara Sidery and I drove to get ice cream at the Chocolate Moose. We were driving in Sara’s jeep back to my apartment when she turned to me and asked, “Have you ever been in a tornado before?”
There’s a good chance you don’t know who Poly Styrene is.
Cass McCombs sure knows how to lay it on thick.
When walking up to Arthur Cullipher’s apartment building, one doesn’t
see dolls in the windows. No vacant stares from behind curtains, no
porcelain — just a building made of bricks..
Editor’s note: University of Missouri System president Tim Wolfe stepped down today after football players went on strike due to Wolfe’s lack of response to racial incidents on campus during the past few months. Faculty members also threatened to walk out. In 1969, IU football players protested against racism. They were kicked off the team.
The baritone bleached his dark brown hair, dyed it red and memorized 35 pages of music in a week’s time for the audition. He hopped on a plane and arrived at IU in hopes of earning the role of
troubled painter Vincent van Gogh. Out of more than 50 roles, this one
is his biggest yet.
Chris Brown's latest records doesn't do a thing to make us forget his past sins.
On pop stardom and diplomatic immunity
Britney Spears is truly America’s sweetheart. However, as one of the world’s biggest pop stars, Spears’ stumbles are all too documented.
'Little Miss Sunshine' band rains on its own parade
On Feb. 18, the U.S. House of Representatives approved an amendment to
the federal budget proposed by Rep. Mike Pence, R-Ind. If passed by the
Senate it would cut all federal funding for Planned Parenthood. This amendment could prevent people from receiving
reproductive health care such as birth control, cancer screenings and
A rumination on the experiences of Year 21
Why they should, might, and won't win