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Dance Gavin Dance shows no signs of slowing down in ‘Mothership’

Chris Prenatt, Reporter

October 12, 2016

Sacramento-based post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance’s (DGD) newest album, Mothership, shows signs that the quintet is maturing. On their seventh album – third with vocalist Tilian Pearson – the band is able to stay...

A vote for Trump is a vote for sexism

Jillian LeBlanc, Opinion Editor

October 12, 2016

What in the world is wrong with Donald Trump? The man makes sexist and racist comments every week – continuously degrading our society – and yet people still look up to him like he is our savior. Trump is no God, but a messiah...

The future of VR should be exciting, not frightening

Joel Hopkins, Reporter

October 12, 2016

Technology is always moving forward with immense speed, leaving many people stuck playing a constant game of “catch-up” with the latest and greatest gear. Recently, virtual reality (VR) devices are making a big buzz in...

Kanye West’s new sneakers are not worth the hype

Dion Price, Reporter

October 5, 2016

Kanye West is one of the most innovative and creative people on the planet. He has given us many classic albums, and his sound constantly evolves as the years go on. Another area that he excels in is fashion. If you look around...

SUNY Buffalo State students need to be more aware of their surroundings

Kassia Balus, Contributor

October 5, 2016

My semester is pretty light this fall; class in the morning, a three-hour break, class after Bengal Pause, sometimes class on Monday nights and an online poetry course. Despite a full school schedule, I have enough time to comfortably...

Despite stereotypes, country music is unique and meaningful

Michael Read, Reporter

October 5, 2016

What is a stereotype? Simple question, right? What about stereotypes in music, specifically country music? Go ahead and think about the first things that come to mind when you hear country music. Here’s my list: trucks, beer,...

Isaiah Rashad’s album ‘The Sun’s Tirade’ is somewhat forgettable

Vincent Nguyen, Reporter

October 5, 2016

Isaiah Rashad’s The Sun’s Tirade is an attempt to find his voice and presence The Sun’s Tirade is Isaiah Rashad’s personal diary of confliction and pain TDE’s Isaiah Rashad attempts to shine with The Sun’s Tirade   Top...

The presidential race is a political soap opera

Edwin J. Viera, Columnist

October 5, 2016

In life, there is that one special moment that you never want to miss. For some, it’s Haley’s Comet, catching a legendary Pokémon, getting that job you always wanted or finding money on the side of the street. Unfortunately,...

‘Screening Room’ idea could revolutionize cinema

Jillian LeBlanc, Opinion Editor

October 5, 2016

Movie theaters have been popular attractions since their inception in 1905. Before television, this was the only place people could view cinema. While our modern society may have some difficulty grasping that idea, the world was...

Snapchat glasses make smart eyewear mainstream

Joel Hopkins, Reporter

October 5, 2016

When Snapchat was released in 2011, many pegged it as a fad destined to die quickly as many mobile apps do. Flash forward just two years to 2013, Snapchat’s CEO Evan Spiegel turned down a three billion dollar offer from Facebook...

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