Art & Entertainment articles

by Christine Jegarl
Art by Christine Jegarl

Fitter, Happier, More Innovative… The Legacy of Radiohead’s “OK Computer”

Fitter, Happier, More Innovative… The Legacy of Radiohead’s “OK Computer”

Albums such as Radiohead’s landmark “OK Computer” (1997), which celebrates its 20th anniversary this May, are released only once in a generation. “OK Computer” challenged listeners to consider popular music not merely as a form of entertainment, but more importantly as a culturally relevant medium of art and philosophy. Its most definitive aspect is its

Autistic Elmo Character
Art by Suzy B. Ae

Autistic Kids are Welcome on Sesame Street

A new character is moving onto the iconic children’s television show “Sesame Street” this April, and she has lessons for kids who were formerly nowhere to be found. Red-haired Muppet Julia is Sesame Street’s first autistic character. Julia was first introduced in an online storybook as part of an initiative on the Sesame Street website.

Regina Spektor at Radio City

Regina Spektor walked onto the stage timidly and sat down at the piano bathed in blue light. After taking a sip of water, wiping her hands on her jeans, and clearing her throat, she began her first song, “On The Radio,” a funky but simple ballad about an unknown person. The entirety of Radio City

Album Review of Culture by Migos
art by Sally Chen

Raindrop, Droptop (Droptop)… The Impact of “Culture” on Hip-Hop

“We live in Atlanta, might have some haters / The new Atlanta like the old Lakers.” —“New Atlanta” by Migos (2014). The recently developed Atlanta hip-hop scene has taken the music industry by storm for its distinct sound and ethos. At the forefront of this scene is the group Migos, an unforgettable trio of rappers