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Here’s what to expect in music in 2020

Here's what to expect in music in 2020

Emma Oxnevad, Opinions & Social Media Editor

January 12, 2020

As we close the door on the previous decade and step into the 2020s, one may find themselves curious as to how various avenues of pop culture will change throughout the next 10 years. Pop music, in particular, seems constantly on the brink of reinvention with trends and new artists heating up and...

Netflix lands global streaming rights to Seinfeld

“The Chinese Restaurant,” Season 2

Brian Gilbert, Contributing Writer

September 30, 2019

The show about nothing will have something to say on Netflix beginning in 2021. After losing the streaming rights to two of its most popular series, “Friends” and “The Office,” Netflix reportedly paid over $500 million to acquire the global streaming rights for “Seinfeld” in order to keep...

The Reality of Reality TV

The Reality of Reality TV

Ella Lee, Focus Editor

June 3, 2019

Since the airing of “An American Family,” the first-ever reality TV show, different shows have garnered headlines in tabloid papers and magazines nearly year-round in what many describe as a cultural phenomenon. Lately, it’s been hard to avoid the influx of tweets from season 15 of “The Bachelorette,”...

Celebrities as pop culture powerhouses

Kendrick Lamar performing at The Circus in Helsinki, Finland. (J. Ristaniemi | Creative Commons)

Fabio De Simone

April 26, 2015

This past week, Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, “To Pimp A Butterfly,” eclipsed 500,000 sales. Read More »...

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