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November was full of great moments for the culture. From albums from the likes of A Tribe Called Quest and Alicia Keys, to videos from OK Go and The Lumineers, all the way to new trailers for Fences and Kong: Skull Island. We've highlighted some of the best drops over the month and now we're ready to crown the best album, movie trailer, and music video for the month of November.
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The campus is alive, temperatures are lowering, and soon the leaves are going to start changing colors. You know what that means, summer is officially over; and I couldn't be more excited. Don't get me wrong, I love all the cookouts, carefree nights, and days on the beach as much as anyone else (I've have to keep my bronze on); but I'm glad it's over because that means I can finally get back to my one true love in life...BASKETBALL!! Ever since basketball and I started getting serious in high school, I have spent nearly every waking moment either playing it, working out for it, or thinking about it. The game is infectious and I will forever have an unbreakable bond with it. But that doesn't mean that the relationship has been without its strains either...
An innovative new technology appears and headlines pop up all over the www announcing that artist’s days are numbered and that all those musician types better start thinking about getting real jobs. But can robots really replace human musicians, or are they just the latest mutants in musical evolution?
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After writing that last post about leaving lasting impressions it became painfully clear what I needed to talk about next; it's utterly unavoidable and as much as we try to ignore it, it remains the 5 ton elephant in the room. This elephant in question's name is none other than Death. Death surrounds us all, affects us all, and terrifies us all, and rightfully so. Self-preservation is hardwired into each and every one of us and is what makes us cling so dearly to our existences. I'm not saying that this is a bad thing, au contraire, we should all prize our lives because it is the most precious commodity we have. I'm just saying that it's time we stop avoiding the 5 ton elephant in the room and face it directly...