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King Krule’s “Man Alive!”

King Krule's new album

Ed Lucano, Contributing Writer

March 4, 2020

My favorite two songs off this record are “Perfecto Miserable” and “Underclass.”

Senior Found Her Place in WFUV

Brianna Leverty, FCRH ‘20, first fell in love with Fordham University after visiting the campus during high school. (Courtesy of LinkedIn)

Jimmy Sullivan, Sports Editor

March 4, 2020

Leverty grew up in Severna Park, Maryland, roughly 15 minutes outside of Annapolis.

Bad Bunny Does What He Wants on “YHLQMDLG”

Bad Bunny’’s new album “YHLQMDLG” was released on Valentine’s Day explores themes of love and partying. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Sara Tsugranis, Contributing Writer

March 4, 2020

Every song on “YHLQMDLG,” whether it contains heartbreaking or playful lyrics, is danceable.

Nathaniel Rateliff Embraces Life on “And It’s Still Alright”

Nathaniel Rateliff’s new album deals with themes such as fame and loss. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Alex Wolz, Assistant Sports Editor

March 4, 2020

Rateliff cites this album as an important personal experience.

Young Nudy Continues Flexing on “Anyways”

Atlanta sensation Young Nudy just released his new album “Always.” (Courtesy of Facebook)

Alex Fogg, Contributing Writer

March 4, 2020

Towards the end of the album, the songs begin to sound more melodic, with Nudy experimenting with singing hooks.

A King Denied His Kingdom: Rest In Peace Pop Smoke

Upcoming Brooklyn drill rapper Pop Smoke tragically passed away this past month. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Sam Hadelman, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Gone but never forgotten, rest in peace to the Brooklyn icon Pop Smoke.

$uicideboy$ Goes Through Identity Crisis on “STOP STARING AT THE SHADOWS”

$uicideboy$’s new project, “STOP SHARING AT THE SHADOWS,” falters. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Ed Lucano, Contributing Writer

February 19, 2020

Do not get me wrong, this LP does not make me any less of a $uicideboy$ fan.

“Portrait Of A Lady On Fire” Paints a Beautiful and Symbolic Love Story

“Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” originally released in France, stars Adèle Haenel (left) and Noémie Merlant (right). (Courtesy of Facebook)

Gracey Zostant, Gracey Zostant

February 19, 2020

The innocent story of love between Héloïse and Marianne was refreshing and heartbreaking at the same time

“The Moth” Shares Raw Human Experiences

The podcast “The Moth” releases weekly episodes called “The Moth Radio Hour,” which share a panoply of interesting and diverse stories about lots of different people. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Ava Erickson, Contributing Writer

February 19, 2020

The stories are raw, beautiful and encapsulate human nature perfectly.

Junior Takes Passion For Helping Others to FDM

Matt Fisher, FCRH ’21 is co-director of Fordham Dance Marathon. (Courtesy of Matt Fisher)

Kristen Egan, Multimedia Director

February 19, 2020

During his time as a member of the team that works on FDM, Matt has also found his passion for improving the lives of other people as much as he can.

The Academy Can’t Keep Up With Hollywood

Joaquin Pheonix, who won best actor for his role in “Joker” criticized the dairy industry in his Oscars speech. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Grace Robinson, Contributing Writer

February 19, 2020

Representation in film is so important, and within the last five years, the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite has called out the Academy on its lack of diverse winners.

Tame Impala’s “The Slow Rush” Lives Up to the Hype

Alexandra Lange, Staff Writer

February 19, 2020

The intricacy of the production on “The Slow Rush” is a marvel in itself.

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