The University Chorale and Chamber Singers held their annual concert “Community Through Music” on Friday virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, immediately followed by a reception on Zoom.
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It’s easy for the global COVID-19 pandemic to instill a negative and gloomy outlook, but some people have started embracing this as a time for unity and building prosperity rather than contributing to the spread of fear and paranoia.
Last month, YouTube user Matt Watson, @MattsWhatItIs, posted a video titled, “YouTube is Facilitating the Sexual Exploitation of Children, and it’s Being Monetized (2019),” in which he delved into a hidden ring of pedophilia being facilitated through the YouTube comments section.
Mathematics instructor Frank Ives’ YouTube channel, MathbyFives, has recently hit 55,000 subscribers with more than 8 million channel views.
April showers bring May flowers and denim on denim. The warmth of the new spring season is permitting some new spring trends to blossom. Stores like Nordstrom have seen denim and floral prints fly off the shelves this season.
Ngoc Bui, associate professor of psychology, proposed that fans of celebrities in the modern era have such affinity to whoever they idolize that it obscures their social judgment.
“Lazer Team” may not be a record-breaking film making national headlines, nor does it have the greatest plot development, but it definitely exceeds the expectations of an independent B-movie, by combining science-fiction and comedy, to provide a fresh look at both genres while treating Rooster Teeth fans to the company’s first full-length movie.
On the Internet nothing seems to go better together than a charismatic, black neighbor and a meme. The most recent black neighbor to fall victim to this trend is Charles Ramsey.
Musicians, specifically rappers, who still promote their music one person at a time, on the street with a pair of headphones and a CD player struck me as odd. Unlike 10 years ago, the Internet now supplies all users with an abundance of resources to promote music.
Frank Ives is one of the most animated and liked instructors on campus, but becoming a math professor was not always in his plan.