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Aoki ‘takes the cake’ during Fall Concert

Aoki makes remixes and original music with everyone across the musical spectrum –– he has worked with big name artists including The Chainsmokers, Kid Cudi, Daddy Yankee, Desiigner, Lincoln Park, Travis Barker and many more.

Music students perform classical pieces in recital

The acoustics of Mayo Concert Hall reverberated with the sound of classical music as part of the Department of Music’s “Tuesday Afternoon Recital Series at 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 30. Enchanted with the variety of musicianship, campus community members lent their ears to the music of a different era.

Student Band Night gets Halloween upgrade

The first floor of the Art & Interactive Multimedia building was decorated with festive favorites like black cats, thick cobwebs and string lights that accented the tables filled with goodies and accessories just in time for the upcoming holiday.

Exhibit details College’s ‘Trenton Roots’

When students, alumni, parents and other guests of the College walk through the lobby of Trenton Hall, they are now greeted with pieces of history that have been incorporated in the new “Our Trenton Roots” exhibit.

OSO OSO doubles down on CUB Alt concert

The emo / indie rock band hails from Long Beach, New York and is signed to Triple Crown Records. The band is very intimate with the audience and has sentimental lyrics that reach listeners on a deep level.

Seniors show off lens-based skills in exhibit

The first session of the senior solo exhibits was presented on Oct. 3 in the AIMM building. The exhibit was open to the campus and local community, and gave the two presenting artists a chance to reveal the culmination of their artistic journey during their time at the College. Their work represented aspects from the artists’ personal lives and daily experiences.

Noname reserves ‘Room 25’ for herself

The 26-year-old rapper and poet has released her second studio album, “Room 25,” on streaming services on Sept. 14.

‘Astroworld’ album reaches new heights

The album’s name is inspired by the Six Flags amusement park in Houston that shut down in 2005. Sprinkled with ill-advised beat changes, the album has many sections and parts –– almost like a real amusement park.

CUB Alt Student Band Night brings back classics

Those who chose to stop by Traditions for dinner on April 11 were in for a treat as student musicians took the stage for CUB Alt’s Student Band Night at 8 p.m. Packed into the Traditions Lounge, audience members enjoyed an intimate show from three bands.

Gifs are a valuable communication tool

On those days when we just can’t find the right words, we have help, and they’re right at the click of a button or tap of the screen.

East details lifelong struggle in ‘Paranoia 2’

Dave East, one of Harlem’s most talented artists, released his second EP, “Paranoia 2,” on Jan. 16. A 15-track mix of nitty-gritty street rap and New York lyricism, the album details East’s life in the city, his journey to adulthood and his role models.

Close readings revisit European poetry

Students experienced some 17th century culture during this week’s installment of the English Department’s Close Readings Series, a recitation of Aemilia Lanyer’s poem “To the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty” by English professor Felicia Steele.

Garage Sale sells huge at CUB Alt

Spectators sang and danced to three rock bands at CUB Alt’s Student Band Night on Friday, Nov. 18, in the Decker Social Space. Headlining the night was Garage Sale, a three-piece rock band based out of Manasquan, New Jersey.

Students ‘take a knee’ in peaceful protest

At approximately 1:15 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21, students gathered in front of Trenton Hall to form a peaceful protest group and speak out about the marginalization of minorities.

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