By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor Attention, folks — good music and good times are headed our way. JMBLYA music festival will be going down May 5 at Circuit of the Americas in Austin! Celebrate the end of the semester … Continue reading Get Ready for JMBLYA
By Hannah Holder Blog Content Contributor I can guarantee that no one is as much as a Friends fanatic as me. But if you happen to be, props to you for having good taste. Friends is that classic sitcom I will … Continue reading Four Reasons Why Friends is That Show
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor In recent years, we have seen an improvement in representation for gay and lesbian individuals in mainstream media. Countless television shows and movies have done a decent job at allowing gays and lesbians a … Continue reading It’s Time for Bisexual Representation
By Hannah Alvarado Blog Content Contributor Weather-worn brick can be viewed as far as the eyes can see. Music, laughter and eateries are in abundance among the many buildings intermingled within a small area known locally, as simply “The Pearl.” … Continue reading Jazz Texas: A Review
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Nostalgia can be a wonderful thing, at least until you feel like you’re drowning in it. With this irksome trend of TV networks wanting to ride the popularity wave that comes with rebooting or … Continue reading Booting the Reboots
By Conner Yarbrough Blog Content Contributor Part two of a four part series. For those of you that don’t know, March is Women’s History Month here in the good ol’ U.S.-of-A and March 8th was International Women’s Day. Each of … Continue reading Fav Females: Electronic
By Conner Yarbrough Blog Content Contributor It’s that time of year again! Music festivals left and right are announcing their lineups and starting general ticket sales. No newbie to the game is Texas’s own travelling hip-hop fest, JMBLYA! The festival returns … Continue reading JMBLYA
By Savannah Howard Web Content Contributor (This article is spoiler free!) The majority of the movies that have black actors in the leading roles are usually about slavery, the civil rights movement or some position of oppression and submission. Plus, … Continue reading We Needed Wakanda
By Chelyse Prevost Blog Content Contributor For the few of those who are unfamiliar, Black Mirror is a British drama-based television series plotting on the dark, yet very vivid downfalls of humanity. The series heavily revolves around overwhelming uses of … Continue reading Black Mirror & Darker Reflections
By Joe Grist Blog Content Contributor We’re in a golden era of technology. There’s no doubt about it. It seems that new apps, startups, companies and even forms of currency are popping up every day. It’s almost impossible to keep … Continue reading How Safe is Your Private Data?
By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor For some, Valentine’s Day is a dreaded, insignificant holiday and for others, it’s the chance to show appreciation for someone special in their life. This day may take the crown of being the most … Continue reading Five Best Valentine’s Day Dates in the Austin Area
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor Black History Month is upon us again. As a lover of all things black, I can’t think of a better time for me to indulge in films that celebrate black excellence and culture through … Continue reading Movies To Watch During Black History Month
By Allison Johnson Assistant Web Content Manager If you haven’t heard, Viacom is rebranding Spike TV, which means programming will be a little different. Here is what to expect on the Paramount Network. Waco- A six-part series about the 1993 siege. … Continue reading Spike TV’s Rebranding Makes Me Nostalgic
By Conner Yarbrough Blog Content Contributor On Sunday night the Recording Academy hosted the 60th annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in New York City. A night created to acknowledge and award musical excellence that, in recent years, seems … Continue reading The 60th Grammy Awards: A Recap
By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor At the end of 2012, thousands of Jersey Shore fans were devastated to find out their favorite show had been canceled. While the cast’s desires to move on to a different part of their … Continue reading Is Floribama Shore the New Jersey Shore?
By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor Every year, we see more and more pointless movies and sequels that we didn’t need hit the theaters. It might cause you to wonder, “What has this industry turned into?” With technology allowing us … Continue reading 10 New Movies to Look Forward to in 2018
By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Lately, I’ve been trying to understand the hype behind YouTube vloggers. It could possibly just be that I don’t have a relationship with these famous YouTube vloggers and I feel like most of their … Continue reading Why Do People like YouTubers So Much?
By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor My senior year of high school, I applied to Texas State to study mass communication. That year, I began to expand my range of where I received content from, knowing I would someday like … Continue reading Barstool Sports: Not Only For The Boys
By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor Adulthood has its perks, but in general, it kind of sucks. You have to buy your own groceries, pay your own rent, and suddenly you’re an actual taxpayer. Notice a common theme here? Everything … Continue reading How to Hang Out for Free
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor “What kind of lady acts like a man?” This is a line from the new Netflix series, She’s Gotta Have It, that stuck with me. A modern version of Spike Lee’s 1986 feature-length directorial debut, … Continue reading She’s Gotta Have It: Breaking Down Double Standards