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Think Twice Before You Harlem Shake

Written by Amber Christofferson, DM by Zach Bonner The Harlem Shake is trending across campus and across the world. Is it here to stay or is it just another in a long line of dances that we will soon forget, along with the wop? The Harlem shake is mostly an upper body dance that involves a lot of shaking and wild outfits. You probably already know this, but I’m betting you don’t know THIS: According to Urba ...

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Living Into Death: 5 Songs Exploring Lent

Written and Media by Austin Schumacher When I first considered writing this article, it struck me as rather comical that something like this should be attempted. The idea, at first, appears rather absurd. “Top Hits to Put YOU in the Lenten Spirit.” It’s not exactly Hallmark worthy. Still, the more I thought about it, the more I came to realize that we do need this. Music is very engaging and it shapes us an ...

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Sound City Review

Written by Kevin Dunne. Media by Zach Bonner. What makes music good? What gives an album a certain, unique sound? How is it that certain songs can either turn even the sourest of days around or make you break down? Why do some records stand out from the hundreds of thousands that are released each year, sometimes decades after they are released? Why so many questions? I think the answer is quite simple; mus ...

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Rebuilding “Community”

Written by Tyler Lamb and Media by Michael Trieb. Just recently, Community aired its season 4 premier episode on NBC. It is safe to say that I had been impatiently awaiting this premier before its original air date of October 19th. Now, I was a tiny bit skeptical for this season to reach any expectations of the show considering the show's creator, Dan Harmon, was fired from his position and now has nothing ...

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Madison Letter Nominated for Woodie Award

Written by Amber Christofferson and DM by Briana Phillips The Madison Letter met at Greenville College. The Madison Letter includes Clayton Jones with lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Phil Ortiz on electric guitar and background vocals, Tyler Ross on drums, and Mitch Schrock on bass and background vocals. They are currently competing in the first College Artist Woodie competition. This competition is run th ...

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Christians Rated “R”: Part 1 (Why)

Since the Hollywood first began its assault on humanity with all of its ubiquitous glitz and glamour, it has been known to push the envelope concerning objectionable content. While it is not alone in this direction (music, theatre, and any form of the arts are also known for this), the purpose of this article is to address movies, though the views presented here could be taken into the other categories as well. As Christians, many of us are more than ready to push back against this style of movie-making. It conveys a lifestyle and actions that we do not agree with, and therefore it is our responsibility to ensure that such movies do not get made. However, is this a truly justified stance? Can there be some truth found in movies that contain objectionable content? Could there be some “good” in rated R movies? Overall, is it wise to see a movie that seemingly goes against what is written on the hearts of Christians? ...

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The ‘Side Effects’ Of Murder – Movie Review

Written by Jake Cannon. Things are going very well for Emily Taylor (Rooney Mara). Well, better than they were four years ago when her husband, Martin, played by Channing Tatum, was arrested for insider trading on the day of their wedding. Until one day she sits in her car and a terrible thought runs through her head. She follows that thought through by driving her car into a solid concrete wall. What’s goi ...

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Can You Relate?

Article by Amber Christofferson. Media by Zach Bonner. Everybody can relate their life to a song. So when it comes to love, what song describes your relationship status? Are you single, married, engaged, in a relationship, or is it complicated? Whichever the case, there’s a song for you! Gloria Gaynor, “I Will Survive”: Singleness is not a big deal, so embrace it! That’s what this song is all about. You’re ...

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Rom-Com with Aplomb: A Guide to GC’s Favorite Romantic Comedies

Written by Micah Truitt and Ashley Featherston. Media by Zach Bonner. Some runner-ups are: The Wedding Planner: Being as busy as wedding planner, Mary Fiore, finding a decent man is almost impossible. She had just about given up hope until she met the man whom she thought could be the one--that is, until she found out he was the groom of the biggest wedding account she has ever landed. Will Mary be able to ...

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RED Album Review

Written by Jake Cannon. Media by Zach Bonner. What would happen if you fused Demon Hunter, Thousand Foot Krutch, and Daughtry together? You’d end up with a headache. But the child of that fusion would look similar to that of RED. Wikipedia describes their sound as: “Alternative rock, Christian rock, hard rock, heavy metal and post-grunge.” Basically, they are heavy rockers that wear eyeliner. Since their st ...

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