How to Get Away with Too-High Stakes

by Sohum Pal How to Get Away with Murder is one of ABC’s most popular shows–and for good reason. It is a “prestige drama” in every sense of the phrase: its characters inevitably embody wealth and privilege, if sometimes hard-earned; the primary plot device, training in the work of the law at a upper-tier university,…

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A Tribe Called Red Releases Third Album: “We Are the Halluci Nation”

by Kodi Alvord (Diné) “We are the tribe that they cannot see.” These powerful words from American Indian Movement activist John Trudell open A Tribe Called Red’s (ATCR) newest album, “We Are the Halluci Nation,” a musical manifesto of Native resistance expressed through pan-Indigenous collaboration and solidarity. The album reads as one flowing narrative of genocide,…

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Frank Ocean Feels

by Sarah Pearl Heard (Staff Writer) Frank Ocean is that weird artsy friend that disappears for weeks at time and reemerges on Facebook with a long emotional post. No – he is the long emotional post: nostalgic, gut-wrenching, and vaguely erotic, he is the human embodiment of a Tumblr. Ocean released his second album, “Blonde,”…

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