The nominations for the 2015 Grammy Awards are almost here, and many are wondering who will get a shot at claiming music’s most noteworthy prize. Here are a few predictions for nominations in the General Field, which does not consider genre in selecting contenders.
Blogs | Wednesday
We have all (hopefully) noticed the average Hollywood media female role lacks, among other qualities, authenticity.
Has anyone heard the new hit single playing on their radio — besides the entirety of the new Taylor Swift album? It’s a completely awesome song called "Secrets," and it was created by the amazingly talented and passionate singer-songwriter Mary Lambert.
The fourth season of FX’s anthology series “American Horror Story,” entitled “Freak Show," has aired four episodes, and already, there is a noted change in the flow of the show. Every episode (with the exception of last week's) has had a musical number that becomes more of a takeaway than the episode's plot itself.
Two weeks ago, GatorWell and Gator Dining hosted Food Day, a national event concerning health and food justice. Student organizations, such as Student Animal Alliance and Catalysts for Change also showed support.
Halloween is Friday -- the finale to a great time of the year consisting of candy corn, skeleton puns and all sorts of fun occasions to dress up and become whatever your heart desires, if only for one night.
Child abuse and neglect is a serious issue in our society, and it's sometimes overlooked. From bullying at school to maltreatment at home, children face emotional and physical battles everywhere they go. Not all children are subject to child abuse, but there are some.
The year may be almost over but certainly, some great music might still be on the way as 2014 comes to a close. Here’s a few promising albums set to release before the year's end:
For your entertainment: SoJam features abundant opportunities for collegiate a cappella bonding, performanceBy Alissa Kotranza | Oct. 14, 2014
Not as chilly as Sojams past, this year’s 12th annual a cappella festival was studded by Durham’s cold breeze, which cut through the unexpectedly Florida-esque weather, and emotional moments between a cappella veterans and students alike.
Commercial advertisements can be annoying, but most of us now have that handy-dandy thing called Netflix for all of our TV needs. However, avoiding advertisements during day-to day activities through other digital media is impossible, and we all still have our favorites.
It’s just about that time again! Gator Growl, the main event of our Homecoming weekend is just a week away! The “Limitless” theme behind this year’s show is no understatement because Ludacris and Foster the People are billed to hit Flavet Field next Friday. Here’s a preview of what to expect from these two world class acts:
Alone. Scared. Confused. Nowhere to run. This is what Giselle Meza felt when she was tricked into going to London and trapped in room full of men. This was a secret she carried for many years after she escaped.
Have you heard of Alison Bechdel?
Guess what? It’s October.
“Scandal,” one of the most buzzed-about network TV shows in recent history will return for its fourth season Thursday, and the reality of the situation is that no one is sure what to expect.