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Off the Record: The Best No Skip Albums

Off the Record: The Best No Skip Albums

Amaya McDonald and Melanie Navarro June 29, 2022
Join Arts & Culture editors Amaya McDonald and Melanie Navarro for the new Statesman podcast, "Off The Record." From The "King of Pop" Michael Jackson to Lady Gaga, they dig into the artistry that creates a cohesive no-skip album.  
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Official poster for A Star Is Born. The movie premiered on Oct. 5 and is the first film Bradley Cooper has directed. PUBLIC DOMAIN

Review: Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut astounds in “A Star Is Born”

Nick Zararis October 10, 2018
Every so often, a movie about the behind-the-scenes of a particular lifestyle captures a moment in time perfectly.
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Junior theater arts major Sydney Gaglio (above, left) performs as Syd Alexander in the LGBT Drag Show on April 14. LUIS RUIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

Dressing up for a cause at the 10th Annual Drag Show

Luis Ruiz Dominguez April 19, 2017
The auditorium was nearly filled to capacity despite many students leaving campus for Easter weekend.
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Reconsidering Keshas contract case

Reconsidering Kesha’s contract case

Sophia Ricco March 1, 2016
As it happened, the judge couldn’t just look at the rape and abuse case, but also had to take into consideration the fact that Kesha wanted out of her contract.
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PHOTO CREDIT: GOVERNORS PRESS OFFICE

“Enough Is Enough” signed into law, provides definition of “consent”

Rachel Siford July 8, 2015
Gov. Cuomo signed the "Enough Is Enough" legislation into law Tuesday, July 7 at New York University School of Law in an effort to combat sexual assault on college campuses.
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The College Music Journal has been making artists famous for 30 years

Fumi Honda October 14, 2013
The College Music Journal is a free five-day concert featuring rising artists for free. This year’s CMJ festival runs from Tuesday, Oct. 15 to Saturday, Oct. 19 hosting 932 artists.
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