Album Review: Toro y Moi’s BooBoo

Written by Anthony Arellano Recording artist Toro y Moi, best known for his hit singles “So Many Details,” “Blessa” and “Still Sound,” is back with a new record. The new 12 track album, titled Boo Boo, explores Toro y Moi’s feelings and thoughts after his divorce and his struggle with fame. The first three tracks,... Continue Reading →

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Ingrid Goes West Review

Written by Anthony Arellano Aubrey Plaza’s groundbreaking performance, the humor, the mystery, and the thrill are all of the puzzle pieces that would make Ingrid Goes West a modern day classic film. Ingrid Goes West roasts Los Angeles perfectly. As well as any other young person using social media. These gags include 1,000 pictures taken... Continue Reading →

Master of None: Season Two

Written by Anthony Arellano The highly anticipated second season of Master Of None is finally here. Created by Parks and Recreation alums Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, the first season debuted on Netflix in 2015 and found immediate popularity. Master Of None follows Dev Shah (played by Ansari),  an aspiring actor in New York City... Continue Reading →

Rainbow Unity

Written by DJ Lincks Rainbow Unity is the newest FRCC Westminster Campus run club that provides students of all backgrounds, ethnicities, and sexual orientations a safe environment to truly be themselves. Although it is LGBTQ directed, it is not exclusive to the community and encourages students of all backgrounds to participate. I was fortunate enough... Continue Reading →

A Look at Young Americans for Liberty

Written By: Josh Speer Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) was founded in 2008 as an extension of Students for Ron Paul. It was founded by Paul’s National Youth Coordinator, Jeff Frazee, after Dr. Paul withdrew from the presidential campaign. Since its inception, the organization hit the 800 chapter mark across all fifty states. It is... Continue Reading →

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