February 23, 2017

In an era when mainstream and underground rap are becoming ever more polarized, Run the Jewels is one of the few hip-hop acts that can legitimately claim to straddle the divide. The duo consists of rapper Killer Mike and rapper/producer El-P. The former got his start i...

February 10, 2017

Al Gore and Donald Trump—when it comes to environmentalism, it would be hard to find two people more diametrically opposed. Gore helped to bring the dangers of climate change into the public eye with his 2006 lm “An Inconvenient Truth”; Trump claimed in 2012 that the v...

December 16, 2016

2017 developments

With 2016 almost done, it should already be clear it’s one for the history books. The Rio de Janeiro Olympics; Donald Trump’s odds-defying election as President; the deaths of innumerable pop-culture icons —all that can make it easy to forget about 201...

September 23, 2016

This Presidential election, there have been many accusations leveled at Hillary Clinton by Donald Trump. However, one seems to have stuck the most: how she handled her emails while serving as Secretary of State.

So when people bring this up, what are they actually talki...

October 12, 2015

If you’re an OOHS student reading this, chances are you keep most of your music on your phone. You might not buy albums at all, instead subscribing to a streaming service like Spotify or Apple Music. However, this is by no means true of everyone. In recent years, a mov...

October 5, 2015

Joshua Tillman has been active in music for over a decade now—however, don’t be surprised if you haven’t heard his name. Despite releasing a handful of albums in the mid-2000s, it’s only in recent years that Tillman has begun receiving mainstream attention, first as dr...

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