Scrolling down a Twitter feed, one could easily come across a tweet like the following: “I love Instagram, but I kind of hate that [it promotes] the idea that iPhone photography makes you a [legitimate] photographer.”
You can say Andrew Bird is an idiosyncratic artist in that homogeneous pool of Indie musicians and that he goes through an eccentric and docile ebb and flow, but the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into each album cannot be mistaken.
Over 3,000 students are expected to attend and have already grabbed tickets to this year’s UPRoar concert. The annual spring concert will be featuring the MTV Music Video Awards’ Best New Artist of 2007, “Gym Class Heroes” and Sean Michael Anderson, also known by his stage name, “Big Sean.”
Sitting on cushions onstage and listening to live, original music while watching a magical, rich story unfold is just a few of the novel features the audience attending “Arabian Nights” will be apart of, which is directed by Phillip Church and written by Mary Zimmerman.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Luis Alberto Urrea will read from his latest book “Queen of America” at the Barnes and Noble Writers On the Bay reading series on Feb. 16.
Renewed attention to bias has given media studies new urgency, an issue that writer and media sociologist John McManus will be discussed in the Mary Ann Wolfe Theatre on Feb. 15.
This year marks the 21st annual commemoration of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at FIU.
Students have a lot to consider when picking classes: instructors, time, and difficulty all weigh in before schedules are finalized. In addition to those factors, now, more than ever, students face the decision of taking courses in person or online.
Organizations throw events to start off semester.
By: Marlynne Boyer By charming her audience with storytelling and sassy struts, Carey Hart gives a spirited performance as the late African-American female writer Zora…