ARTS & LIVING

Music Midtown 2017 Superlatives

September 23, 2017 Sophia Marchese 0

Music lovers of all kinds took to Piedmont Park on Sept. 16-17 for a carefree weekend of good tunes and great times at Music Midtown 2017. The annual music festival brought fans a range of […]

ARTS & LIVING

The National delivers a pulsing dark LP

September 20, 2017 Jalen Jenkins 0

Ohio-based indie rock band, The National, aren’t known for their happy sunshine anthems. They are known for their moody, many times dark, soliloquies with a pulsing rhythmic backbeat and swelling, beautiful, instrumentation. They take influences […]

ARTS & LIVING

Watch out for this Resume App!

September 14, 2017 The Signal 0

  The Be Excellent app intends to revitalize how students craft their resumes and push for career success. It’s set to launch at Georgia State this month. By integrating video components into student resumes, the […]

Album Reviews

“Black Ken” is a work of west coast art

September 8, 2017 Jalen Jenkins 0

Lil B has finally dropped his long-awaited mixtape “Black Ken.” First announced seven years ago, the album is what the enigmatic rapper calls his “first venture into hip hop” and his “first official mixtape,” although […]

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