With final exams approaching and move-out day not far behind, students are beginning to plan moving everything out of their dorm rooms. For those depending on friends and family to carry mini-fridges and boxes, Campus Bellhops is here to help.
Stephen Vlahos and Cameron Doody founded Campus Bellhops in 2011 at Auburn University, their alma mater. [...]
When the lights turned off in Rowe Recital Hall on Monday, the room stood still and all that could be seen was the pain etched onto the veterans’ faces.
Former marine and UNC Charlotte illustration major Robert Bates, 29, along with three other artists, represented the Joe Bonham Project; a series of artwork displaying wounded warriors [...]
The members of Something Clever are direct about their bands young age but they are eager to make up for lost time.
“Something Clever is first on our resume,” admits Kelly Flusk, lead guitarist.
Formed only two years ago, the band has already cycled through a few members but are now on more steady footing. Dylan Roles, [...]
Andy Grammer has been charming audiences with his uplifting lyrics and soul sound since he began performing on street corners in Los Angeles.
Since then, Grammer’s career has kicked off with his two chart topping hits off of his first album: “Fine By Me” and “Keep Your Head Up.” He has toured with artists such as Plain [...]
Walking on campus for many in the spring can be unbearably daunting. Winter left without warning, and spring came along with its many allergy inducing behaviors. It seems like everyone has came out of hibernation and filled the brickstone sidewalks with laughter. Unfortunately, students aren’t the only ones who have emerged with the warmer temperatures.
Those who have walked into Dr. John Cox’s office are familiar with the impressive amount of books mounted on the towering bookshelves and the eclectic choice of posters he’s decided to mount on his walls just inside the door. All of this is an accurate representation of his teachings and interests.
As an Associate Professor of Holocaust, Genocide [...]
As a band that defies categories, Honor By August finds difficulty in defining their style.
The buzz created by the Washington, D.C. band is palpable among college students, especially after their latest single “Last Chance” has taken off.
“I don’t necessarily like to classify our music into one genre,” frontman Micheal Pearsall admits. “But when someone asks, [...]
Ready for the new Sick Puppies album? Well so are they.
The Australian rock ‘n’ roll band has rolled onto mainstream charts over the past decade with hits like “All the Same,” “Maybe” and “Odd One.”
Their new album hopefully hits stores later this year but until then, they’re focusing on getting back to touring the United States. [...]
It’s an age-old schoolyard debate: who would win in a fight? Superman or Batman? Lex Luthor or The Joker? Aqua Man or…well, anybody can defeat Aqua Man, right?
These quarrels can finally be settled through “Injustice: Gods Among Us” for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U gaming systems.
Developer NetherRealm takes the mold of their storied [...]