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Category: Arts & Culture

The Smashing Pumpkins persevere

Anticipation was high Friday, Sept. 28, at the McKay Events Center. Fans came to find out whether alternative rock pioneers The Smashing Pumpkins could still deliver; and how the death of a fan only a few nights prior in Vancouver would affect the night’s show.

S’more fun close to campus

Two graham crackers, a toasted marshmallow, and a small bar of chocolate-these are the ingredients for one of the easiest recipes ever known. The s’more. Simply scrumptious.Have you ever made a s’more? Did you make a s’more this summer? Because time is running out.

Get more sleep, get better grades

If you’ve been worried about your GPA, sleep on it.According to a recent study through Brown University, as cited in an article titled "Study shows college students in poor sleep pattern" by Jazmine Pendleton, "Seven to eight hours of sleep is the recommended amount that a college student is to have every night, but on average, college students get about six hours per night.

Radiohead’s pot of gold

Without a record label or a retail price, critically acclaimed British rock band Radiohead will experiment with a new marketing strategy for their heavily anticipated seventh studio album, In Rainbows.

The long and winding musical

The following people will cherish the new Beatles-song musical, Across the Universe: those who love the Silver Beetles, those who watch for the synchronicity of The Wizard of Oz and Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, those who relish Tommy (1975) and The Wall (1982), those who risk eating Pop Rocks with soda, and those who do drugs.

Literary reading brings awareness to UVSC students

UVSC students had the privilege to hear from several authors at UVSC’s "Guest Author Reading Series," titled "Leave to Enter: Border Transgressions and Trespasses." The event, featuring authors Alex Caldiero, Scott Carrier and Charles Bowden, took place in the Student Center last Friday (Sept.