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Discussing the Oscars Incident

By Mikayla Anding Web Content Contributor It’s been all over social media since Monday. We’ve all talked about it with our friends. We know more about this incident than what’s going on in Ukraine. Yes, when Will Smith smacked the *bleep* out of Chris Rock at the Oscars. This incident rocked our world somehow, as many conversations between friends this week turned into deep analyses over it. “Whose side are […]

todayApril 1, 2022 26

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International Women's Day

International Women’s Day: The Women of SNL

By Hannah Brown Web Content Contributor When digging through 47 seasons’ worth of archives since 1975, it’s obvious that women-dominated sketches became more apparent in the mid-2000s. For many of these female comedians, their reign on the stage has already come to an end, and International Women's Day is a perfect time to commemorate their performances and contributions to the late-night comedy showcase. Saturday Night Live is known for having […]

todayMarch 8, 2022 76 1

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Watch What You Say

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Everyone out there has one or more forms of inside jokes. I personally tell tons of jokes that people not in my friend group wouldn't understand. My friends and I tend to use dark humor in my apartment that we would NEVER say in public. From making fun of gaffe-prone presidential candidate Joe Biden to using "Family Guy" style satire, dark humor is, in my […]

todayMarch 11, 2020 91

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Make ‘Em Laugh: The Independents

By Rebecca HarrellMusic Journalist Popularized by "Saturday Night Live", carried out by classics like “Weird Al” Yankovic and The Lonely Island and now continued on by late night show hosts, YouTubers and rappers, comedy music has transformed from an accent to emphasize a storyline into a surprisingly legitimate genre. With my prior knowledge extended by continued research, I’ve divided the genre of comedy music into three standard categories: traditional, tribunal, […]

todayOctober 23, 2019 14

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Why Schitt’s Creek Is One of the Best Shows On TV Right Now

By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor You’ve probably heard the old adage, “they don’t make anything original anymore!” Over the past several years, the entertainment industry has been bogged with remakes of classics, new interpretations or just flat out bad twists to stories and characters we’ve known and loved for years. Alternatively, streaming sites like Netflix and Hulu have been praised for their success in creating original shows with interesting takes, […]

todayAugust 15, 2019 39

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The Comedies Rewriting The Script On 21st Century Teenhood

By Karen GaytánAssistant Multimedia Director This year’s SXSW brought two stellar comedies that were referred to by crowds as new staple pieces of the generation. Rewriting the script for what it means to be young and coming-of-age, Good Boys was considered a crowd favorite at this year’s festival. Directed by Gene Stupnisky and produced by Seth Rogen, Good Boys follows three tween-aged boys who ditch school for the day -- […]

todayApril 4, 2019 8

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Black Women in Entertainment: Progress, Representation and Where We Are Going

By Caden ZieglerWeb Content Contributor Jasmine Ellis performing at the Empire Control Room & Garage. Photo courtesy of Steve Rogers Photography. Oprah Winfrey, Shonda Rhimes, Viola Davis, Laverne Cox, Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone are all names we (should) know. They are a handful of successful and persistent black women in entertainment. Nina Simone and Aretha Franklin were singer/songwriters and civil rights activist who lived through the era. Many people […]

todayFebruary 20, 2019 13


Comedy Association Visits KTSW

By Kimberly Clay Other Side Drive Executive Host Garrett Buss and Norma Villatoro talked with Rebecca and Christian about what it took to start their organization on campus and how they’re grown through their live comedy events. To keep up to date with what they’re doing or if you’re interested in joining them at their meetings, check out their upcoming events on their Facebook page here:

todayDecember 1, 2017 27


Comedy Takes Over Vodka Street

By Joseph Bonney Live Blogger The somber lighting in Vodka Street sets up a smooth atmosphere for the comedians to come tear it up for those in the audience. Jack Neil started to set up the venue and get everyone in the mood before Garrett Buss came out. He started out with a small joke about his life before he transitioned into a story about picking up a french fry […]

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