• Quote of the Year: “I can almost hear the whip that slashes your back”

    Letter to the editorJoseph Green - Contributing Writer

    Gee golly, those TKE guys sure do have a sense of humor.  Did you hear?  The theme for their initiation party was originally “Corporate CEOs and Corporate Hoes.”  Apparently someone wisely understood that this would be a problem, and instructed TKE to change their theme to “Corporate CEOs and Corporate Woes.”  How do I know all this?  It was on Facebook!
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  • Bowie tribute at Saturn review

    David Bowie (1947-2016). Photo coutesy of SaturnDavid Bowie (1947-2016). Photo coutesy of Saturn.Jared Chestnut - BlazeRadio DJ

    onsidering how much the life and passing of David Bowie has become involved in not only my personal life, but my work here with KScope and BlazeRadio as well, I’m beginning to feel like a bit of a Space Oddity. Perhaps I’ll major in this extraterrestrial curriculum, study the Spiders of Mars and whatnot.

    As I sit at my computer, ears still ringing just hours after an amazing evening at Saturn, I realize that seems far more interesting than the mundane day-to-day. Gotta let all the children use it, lose it, and boogie, right? Read more ...  
  • I'm in a sorority but...

    Sisters of Sigma Kappa participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. (Photo courtesy of Ally Middleton).Sisters of Sigma Kappa participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. (Photo courtesy of Ally Middleton).Ally MiddletonOpinions Writer

    I’m in a sorority, but I am not a party animal, stuck up or picture-perfect. I don’t pay for my friends, nor do I participate in hazing. I’m in a sorority, but some of my closest friends aren’t associated with fraternities and sororities at all. I’m not self-absorbed, crazy skinny, covered in monograms or unintelligent. In fact, my sorority and other chapters are actually the opposite.
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  • Album review: Vega Intl. Night School by Neon Indian

    Cover Night SchoolThe cover of Neon Indian's newest album "Vega Intl. Night School." (Photo from Neon Indian's website).Jared ChestnutBlaze Radio DJ

    It’s been upwards of four years since Alan Palomo’s Neon Indian released its last album, Era Extraña, a fun, warm little slice of electro-pop goodness that dealt with matters of the heart and featured arcade blues. Since then, it’s been a journey that has included stolen equipment and tracks, treks across Mexico and TED talks about great film producers, composers and their influences on his work as an “auteur.” Along the way, the groundwork for “Vega Intl. Night School” was being laid, and at the tail end of 2015, the project finally broke through to see the light of day. Turns out the album is every bit as quirky and cool as the trek that preceded it.
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