Voices of women through the centuries 

By Staff Writer Meg Sullivan Kristen Murdaugh, a vocal pedagogue and performer of opera, oratorio, and art song, and her piano accompanist, Miles Fellenberg, starred in the afternoon concert series Thursday, the 26th. Murdaugh showcased Voices of Women Through the Centuries, singing operatic tunes from female composers and opera singers going all the way from 1098 to present. She is a beautiful opera singer that … Continue reading Voices of women through the centuries 

The dark side of YouTube

By Staff Writer Meg Sullivan YouTube’s algorithm has been recommending a number of videos of YouTubers promoting disproven cures to cancer. BBC investigated YouTube in ten languages, and there has been about eighty videos found of misinformation in ways to cure cancer. YouTube tends to advertise big named brands but, also, strangely fake cancer cure videos. The meaning of YouTube’s algorithm is it renders the … Continue reading The dark side of YouTube

Post Mallone “Hollywood’s Bleeding”

By Staff Writer Megan Sullivan Austin Richard Post, otherwise known as Post Malone, is a contemporary young singer, songwriter, and record producer, born in New York in 1995, but raised in Grapevine, Texas. His father, Rich Post, is responsible for his talented son’s interest for many genres of music, and clearly the rest is history. Post Malone has had an interest in music since childhood, … Continue reading Post Mallone “Hollywood’s Bleeding”

Hong Kong riots

By Staff Writer Megan Sullivan Hong Kong has unfortunately been going through an unpleasant political crisis since the end of March this year. But why? If you are unsure, here is where to find out. Riots have broken out due to the proposal of a bill with a very long name: The Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill. Passing … Continue reading Hong Kong riots