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Professor ‘Rejects’ the Status Quo: A Case Study

Professor 'Rejects' the Status Quo: A Case Study

Sarah Bischoff

October 26, 2018

The professor, who is she? When she first walked in to teach Intro to Gender Studies, students knew she was going to be an engaging professor. She wears scarves in bright colors and prints--a shorthand for collegiate rebellion. “We need to be critical of the status quo,” claims the white, straig...

Rate Your Music dot com

Rate Your Music dot com

Jackson Card

October 24, 2018

Too Much Music? In the vast untamed world of 21st century music it can be easy to feel lost. There are more artists and genres than ever before, yet we are still on a never ending quest of finding new music. Being overloaded with options can make it hard to find music that truly speaks to us. Internet...

The month in hip hop: October part 2

The month in hip hop: October part 2

Kyle Atkinson

October 22, 2018

Oh you thought those were all the projects coming out this month? Not even close. The amount of new music that we're getting this month is absolutely crazy. Check out the new projects that are arriving on October 19th and 26th! Click here for part 1 of this post. October 19th   Future & Juice WRLD - WRL...

Skalloween 2018

Skalloween 2018

AJ Bull

October 20, 2018

Neighbors have decorated their houses and lawns with skeletons and ghosts. Stores have candy stocked constantly. Horror movies are being released in theaters left and right. The Tower is playing Rocky Horror Picture Show! All of this means Halloween season is upon us, and in full swing! But you’re...

The month in hip hop: October

The month in hip hop: October

Kyle Atkinson

October 19, 2018

This may be obvious to many hip hop fans, but 2018 has been a year for the books. We’ve received so many projects from a huge number of artists, ranging from the superstars to those that are still working their way up to that position. But even with the crazy amount of albums, mixtapes, and EPs tha...

Hip Hop’s goth cousin: Horrorcore

Hip Hop's goth cousin: Horrorcore

Tyki Rose

October 18, 2018

Horrorcore It's the season of ghosts and ghouls. I’ve been getting real spooky at the station putting together a mix of some of my favorite Horrorcore joints for our listeners! Before we get those speakers pumping, it’s important to know about the history of Horrorcore and some of its originators to get a...

Local Man Wondering Why His Mom Is So Stingy

Local Man Wondering Why His Mom Is So Stingy

Sarah Bischoff

October 17, 2018

Local Man, earning just enough to pay the bills and to put himself through school, finds himself exhausted by the pull-yourself-up-by-the-bootstraps American spirit. "I don't mind when other people work hard," he claimed. "It's just not something I can sustain, you know? I think I deserve some things."...

Salt Lake Hip Hop: Agustist King

Salt Lake Hip Hop: Agustist King

Kyle Atkinson

October 4, 2018

On September 13th, Hip Hop Drip DJs StavoSteelo and KyleInPlay had the pleasure of interviewing the up-and-coming SLC rapper Agustist King. King is a Salt Lake City native, hailing from the Central City neighborhood. He reps his own label called Independent Money Gang. King has been seriously rap...

Judiciary Candidate Cries Over Pen

Judiciary Candidate Cries Over Pen

Sarah Bischoff

October 2, 2018

After pulling out his calendar from high school, tearfully mentioning how his dad taught him how to keep his schedule in order, everyone knew the candidate stood a chance against the composed, chilling account of his accuser. The prosecutor remained silent and silenced. The session ended, and certain senators held back tears over his incredible performance. "Should we send him f...

EP Review – On The Rvn

EP Review - On The Rvn

Kyle Atkinson

September 25, 2018

If you know anything about Young Thug, you’re probably aware that the rollouts leading up to his projects are not exactly regarded as good. He sometimes has bold tactics for the press, including things such as sending live snakes before the release of Slime Language. But in general, his label isn...

“Speak English!” Demands Barely Literate Student

Sarah Bischoff

September 21, 2018

As a white person who wants to "do something" but is also too lazy to critique myself too heavily, I'm curious about the U of U's implicit xenophobia. However, when I researched further, the xenophobia I found was unfortunately...what's the word? Explicit. I caught up with Elías two weeks ago at...

Hidden Gems of SLC: Catès Café

Hidden Gems of SLC: Catès Café

Glenn Livengood

September 19, 2018

Looking for a new place to relax and study? Wishing you didn't have to pay for coffee? The answer to both questions is closer to campus than you may think. Enter Catès Café Located on the corner of 200 South and University Street, the coffee shop is just across the street from President's Circle. It...

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