TV Heads takes advantage of the Variety section’s unbreakable rule: to always review the random CDs that are physically sent to our office. It unfortunately fails to break the mold.
Last Tuesday, am I right? Valentine’s Day comes every year and there never seems to be enough content with which you can achieve your much-needed catharsis. Well, rest assured, my distraught reader, I have assembled a convenient list of five albums with which you can clear those tear ducts and enlighten that mind.
SushiFork provides decent food for a short wait, but can’t justify the distance from TU’s campus.
Despite some minor sound issues, TU’s jazz bands entertained with a vibrant energy and skilled instrumentation.
Two decades after its initial release, “Starship Troopers” remains a remarkable satire, but for all the same reasons it will never be a great film.
Omani Night effectively demonstrated Omani culture, but issues with audio and food distribution may have hindered the experience.
James Whisenhunt, Adam Lux & Ethan Veenker,
Music enthusiasts of The Collegian unite to predict which artists will win in their respective Grammy categories, and to reflect on who should have won instead.
The yMusic ensemble’s talent outweighed its unimpressive openers and the long drive to its concert hall.
Three small ensembles competed in the Heckman Competition last Monday night, each performing a uniquely impressive piece.