A Capella unites voices

The Suffolk Ramifications recently performed at the C. Walsh Theater as part of Suffolk’s annual A Cappella Festival, a night that was marked by song, dance, and the use of voice over instruments. Pr...

Layers: wear less, hear more

As his voice, under heavy reverb, loops “say what it is I want to say” over and over in the seventh track on his latest album, Tomboy, the listener may ask a simple question to Noah Lennox a.k.a. Pan...

Feathers fly in Cambridge

Fluffy pillows held in the hands of thousands descended upon Harvard Square last Saturday afternoon. As 2:55 p.m. rolled around, they had migrated to the Cambridge Commons, united for one cause: cont...

Five minutes to win it

Can you make a five-minute film in a week? Apparently the contestants in the Campus MovieFest can! This national student film festival contest challenges students to make a film of exactly five minut...

God should’ve sunk this ARK

If you haven’t been able to get the exasperatingly catchy song “Friday” by Rebecca Black out of your head, just wait. There are more little pop princesses waiting for their YouTube moments, and a van...
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Boston gets all ‘Together’ now

Boston’s Together festival is on its way back, aiming to blow over last year’s. On its way to a full launch on Monday, April 18, the week-long series of events will be showcasing electronic music, ar...
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A play based on Tom and Ray

This weekend, the Theatre Department will put on Car Talk: The Musical, which is guaranteed to be lots of laughs and a good time. An original play written and directed by Wesley Savick, the show also...
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And you thought you had issues

­­­ Meet your friendly neighborhood comic book experts with We Got Issues, a new, hard-hitting critical web show in which Suffolk University senior Paul Davis Lyons, and his team of sidekicks use the...
Photo by Ethan Long

Will we ever learn to swim?

Once in a blue moon, a band comes around that is difficult to classify. The genre escapes the mind when listening to them, but yet it’s sonically and aesthetically pleasing. Enter the Love Language. ...