This past weekend, 80 college-range students gathered at Bryn Mawr College, located just outside of Philadelphia, for the Collegiate Network’s annual Editors’ Conference, to learn more about how they could take their university publications above and beyond. Continue reading
Djemba Djemba’s HARD Summer Music Festival ’15 Mixtape Series #2 is a collection of 60+ songs designed to get you hyped up for the Souther Cali music festival, set to take place at the beginning of August 2015. Continue reading
Helen, Georgia is one of the state’s hidden treasures, veiled about an hour and a half’s drive away from downtown Atlanta, up near the Blue Ridge Mountains where cell coverage gets spotty and the radio staticky. Continue reading
1. It’s okay to voluntarily change.
I made a conscious effort to be more outgoing and easygoing when I came to college. I introduced myself as Cat, started wearing lots of cat shirts, and let myself laugh when I typically would have suppressed my emotions in the past. Continue reading
I have known you since the summer before our junior year of high school, when we were in the same debate lab together. I had a cringe worthy scroll back session where I read through all of our old Gchats starting in freaking 2012. Continue reading
This guy makes it sound so sincere that you want to say hey back, sit down and talk about your day with him. But instead, this guy will probably ride away on his flashy gold penny board, and you’ll spend the rest of your days wondering what a cool guy like Pedro does in his free time.
At least, that’s what I do. Continue reading
The Black Keys meets MGMT in Tame Impala’s newest multi-faceted psychedelic album, Currents. Kevin Parker’s psychedelic rock band streamed its album on NPR days before its official release, scheduled for tomorrow (July 17th). Continue reading
Dear bloggers (and everyone else):
There’s a reason why every writer cries when they first see their work in print.
This is it, they realize. No editing. There’s no going back from this point. These words are for anyone to read, praise or slander. Continue reading
In this Ta-ku mix, there isn’t much remixing at all, just transitions between different pieces. But that’s what I love about it. It doesn’t just sound like one continuous song. It sounds like Ta-ku made you a mixtape for your drive home from work.