Articles by Dyamond Howell, managing editor 2014-2015

















Solo Cinema: Big Hero 6

Sitting in a movie theatre alone at 10 p.m. on a Friday night can be quite cathartic. Surrounded by a total of six other people…






The legacy of the Allman Brothers Band

My summers are never very eventful; they’re usually spent watching television and making frequent trips back and forth to my grandmother’s house in B.F.E. (Warrenton,…








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The Cosby Show

By now, everyone should be familiar with the famous Cosby Show: A 1984 sitcom that follows the life of an upper-middle class African-American family, living…





I’ll Title This Article Later…

After coming back from Winter Break, nobody wants to deal with actual school work. So, while procrastinating on my officer duties for GSA and daydreaming…


Clumsy Ninja charms gamers

Clumsy Ninja is Naturalmotion Games’ newest creation. Originally announced at the iPhone 5 event last September, the release of the game was severely delayed. Though…




Big Brother is watching you

George Orwell prophesied it in his classic novel 1984 — a story about a Utopian society in which every move was monitored. What was once…


Lit circle reading: The Bell Jar

A novel about shock treatments, asylum visits, drug overdoses and lesbian encounters. It’s not Lindsay Lohan’s biography, but a dense and intense novel entitled The…








All the way from EXO Planet

So far, 2013 has proved to be a great year for Korean pop music. G-Dragon’s “Coup D’etat” has just broken Billboard’s top 200 international albums…


Fad Music

There is no doubt that there have been an alarming number of music fads to come out of the 2000s. From Soulja Boy’s “Crank That”…


Years of the boy band

Every generation of women has gone through “that phase” when they’ve been hopelessly in love with “that guy”, right? You know, that guy with the…