Author: Nick Bovee

12.21.2012

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Album Review: Monarchy by Mosh

There are three things you can find out about Mosh online. His name is Adam Bignell. He’s from Edmonton, Canada. Also, he’s way too good for someone new. His album, “Monarchy,” is equal parts dark and...

10.12.2012

Album Review: "Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!" by GY!BE

Godspeed You! Black Emperor (GY!BE) is a Canadian post-rock band known for their socio-politically charged music and large underground following. Since 2002, GY!BE has been on hiatus, but they now...

09.28.2012

Album Review: "Coexist" by the xx

The xx are a British pop duo well known for their self-titled debut album. Released in 2009, it went platinum in the UK, winning them the 2010 Mercury Music Prize. Despite this success, they’ve maintained a...

09.14.2012

Mind Bottling

The newest fad among companies, corporations and, apparently, colleges is to dress up minor or even detrimental changes as environmentally conscious. RIT triumphantly announced their plans to eliminate all...

05.18.2012

 

Two Years Too Much

This thought has been repeated to us since we were young enough to even conceptualize a life that didn’t revolve around recess. So with all that pressure pushing us to college, why do post-graduate degrees...

05.05.2012

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Album Review: Delirium by The Memorials

Founded in 2009 by drummer Thomas Pridgen after a stint with the Mars Volta, the Memorials features a trio of former Berklee College of Music students. Pridgen is joined by Nick Brewer on guitar and Viveca...

 

Lax Labor Laws

We’ve all heard the term “gofer”. Seeing interns being used to “go for coffee”, or used for other meaningless tasks, has rapidly become a stereotype in modern situations and office humor. Stephen Colbert ran...

04.27.2012

Video Game Review: Skullgirls

Fighting games are an exclusive genre, requiring weeks of practice to learn the fundamentals of game mechanics. As such, they often fall under the average gamer’s radar. Similarly, indie games often get...

Internet Service Deciders

Online privacy has been in heaps of trouble this past year. SOPA and PIPA were the highest profile attacks, but they weren’t the first and certainly weren’t the last. Mere days after SOPA failed,...

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