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Childish Gambino mysteriously released an “album” early on Sunday, March 15, via DonaldGloverPresents.com. The project consisted of 12 tracks, including features from Ariana Grande and 21 Savage, with production from DJ Dahi, Ludwig Göransson, and others. One week later, on March 22, Gambino’s album “3.15.20” appeared on digital streaming platforms.
Over the course of the past few days, the world around us has seemed to come to a halt. Almost every major sports league has put an indefinite pause to their seasons, such as the NBA, PGA, and MLB. Even March Madness has been cancelled. While I think these cancellations are just, I don’t think the NBA and NCAA should just throw this season away entirely.
After former Vice Pres. Joe Biden’s big win in Michigan, it looks unlikely that Sen. Bernie Sanders will face Pres. Donald Trump. On Feb. 22, things looked different. Sanders had just won the Nevada caucus by more than 25 points. The centrist vote was split between Biden, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg. As long as these three candidates remained in the race until after Super Tuesday, things were looking good for Sanders.
Going into election night, Michigan was considered a must-win for Sanders. Many of his surrogates and pundits/pollsters pointed to his 2016 upset, suggesting it could very well happen again. Others weren’t so sure. I fell solidly into the latter category.
In 2018, Michigan cemented its status as a state to look at for electoral reforms, as all three 2018 referenda passed handily. While Proposal 1 legalized recreational marijuana in the state, Proposals 2 and 3 addressed such issues as gerrymandering and voter access, both passing with over 60 percent “yes" votes.
After making yet another historic comeback to music with his latest album, Eminem dropped a new music video that blows ‘stans’ minds. The new visual is for “Godzilla,” the highest charting single from new album “Music to Be Murdered By,” delivered on March 9. Directed by Lyrical Lemonade’s videographer Cole Bennett, you can expect a very entertaining story from the mind of Slim Shady.
The day the Hillary docuseries appeared on Hulu - Friday, March 6 - was the day it fell in my “Recommended” list. Is anyone surprised?
I was in downtown Ypsi last week and walking out of a poetry slam event at the Riverside Arts Center with a friend when I realized how hungry I was. Being in the downtown area and being a vegetarian, I couldn’t really think of any good go-to restaurants that wouldn’t be super expensive.
"Sonic the Hedgehog," the video game-to-film adaptation, flew into theatres on Feb. 14, and met great success at the box office, making a whopping $306.5 million so far.
"The Invisible Man," a contemporary adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel of the same name, follows a woman - Cecilia Kass, played by Elisabeth Moss - who, after the apparent suicide of her wealthy but abusive boyfriend, believes she is now being stalked by him.
Lady Gaga seems to be back to eccentricity and weirdness in her new music video for her most recent single “Stupid Love,” released Feb. 27.
Just a little over a month after her return to music at the 62nd Annual Grammys, Demi Lovato has premiered a new upbeat single all about her struggles with self love and acceptance.
In my time as a student at Eastern Michigan University, I’ve grown to learn that one particular teenager is seen as famous in Ypsilanti. Emoni Bates, the Lincoln High School phenom that has been regarded as one of the best high school players since LeBron James and Zion Williamson, is loved in his city and nationally watched.
If I could sum up the entirety of this past season for EMU’s basketball team in one word, that word would be "inconsistent." Losing games they were favored to win and winning games they weren’t has been the theme of this season. When you play like that, your record probably isn’t going to boast anything special.
As the deadline approached for collecting the 300 signatures required for running to be the next EMU Student Body President and Vice President, potential candidates could often be found collecting signatures and making their pitches.
“Toxic” is a word permeating popular culture; cultural and political problems are often boiled down to “toxicity” and people end their relationships with their “toxic” friends and partners at the urging of online armchair psychologists and “relationship experts.” If someone’s behavior is somewhat off-putting or they do you harm, whether intentionally or unintentionally, then they’re supposedly toxic. The term is used so often that it was Oxford Dictionary’s Word of the Year in 2018.
"High Fidelity" is a American romantic comedy web series based on the novel and film of the same name and set in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The series stars Zoë Kravitz as Rob, the ultimate music fan with a record store who is obsessed with pop culture and “top 5 lists.” Rob has an epiphany while taking care of her store and wants to contact her recent exes to figure out what led to the demise of their relationship. Chaos soon ensues as old wounds and past struggles come to light in Rob’s journey of self-discovery.
Release the birds.
Social media is one of those things that constantly has the ability to consume us and take up a lot of our time. A lot of social media usage can be innocent; we go on and we scroll. It is an easy way to stay connected with many people we do not have the chance to talk to every day, especially if those people live far away and we do not have a chance to see them very often.
On April 23, 2020, the NFL Draft will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada. This event is heralded as the day college studs either start their journey of becoming a star or a bust. The Detroit Lions hold the third overall pick this year, which could potentially be the pick that puts the Lions on a new path.