The energy the guitar brought when performing solos along with a house beat was nothing less than spectacular.
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USC's student radio station, WUSC, shares all things musical: album reviews, interviews, and commentaries.
It’s usually either about our common social/political/human experience or very personal things – like pain and conflict and love – but then again, aren’t those also part of our common human experience?
A place where I write about books, or things to do with books.
Anyone who enjoys reading enough to consider it a kind of almost-necessity to their daily life knows what it means to be in a reading slump. (And if you don’t, email me because I seriously need to know what it means to be a continually productive person.)
A weekly blog coming at you with reviews of the best new music.
Now 23, Marshall is the epitome of eccentric brilliance in the form of an ambivalent millennial; this is the kid who, despite his public dreams of money and audience, turned down an opportunity to work with Kanye West.
Carolina’s Cuties is fun idea we came up with after realizing how nicely students dressed up for home football games. We are sisters who love fashion, meeting new people and blogging and this was the perfect opportunity to do all three! We go out to each home football game, look for trendy outfits, and interview. Stay updated because we have many great looks coming up!
Not only are our fans the best in the world, they also bring their own style and fashion sense to every home game. Check out our list of cuties from the two home games against Louisiana Tech and Arkansas.
Sports, Sports, and more Sports! There will also be a some information regarding my study abroad trip to Iceland, where I saw 10 sporting events.
As George Dinsmore can indicate in his role, the complexity of Archdeacon Claude Frollo’s character in the [Town Theatre's version of The Hunchback of Notredame] is much more complex and even understandable.
This blog will follow my adventures as I attend UCD in Dublin, Ireland throughout the semester.
This blog isn't just for the college students on our campus for our school that we are all so blessed to be attending. This blog is a message for our community. These letters will be advice, opinion, and motivational pieces that I hope will touch as many lives around myself as possible.
Up, down, side-to-side... it feels like I’m being pulled in every direction possible.