Jack White Strikes Again

“Missing Pieces,” the lead track on Jack White’s new album, expresses a theme of people taking a piece of you when they leave.  Now, after a career of giving more than just a piece of himself to a variety of musical efforts, White gives us all he has to offer on “Blunderbuss.” For an artist […]

Dancing for Life

By Tabby Hardman Susan Artz isn’t shopping inside Forever 21 — she’s dancing. She’s flapping her arms and shaking her rear as customers mill around her. And, while she dances, someone records it. This, is a Dance Dare a la Ellen DeGeneres. In case you aren’t a regular fan of the afternoontalk show, Ellen regularly […]

Rodrigo y Gabriela rocks D.C.

By Zohra Alnoor I went to Cuba last night. With my sister…and a few other DMV residents. And no, I’m not writing this from a prison cell. On Wednesday, April 25, 2012, Rodrigo y Gabriela, came to the Warner Theater in Washington D.C. to perform hits off their new album, Area 52, with the 13-piece […]

How to “Think Like A Man”

By Karina Schultheis Steve Harvey’s 2009 bestselling book “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” was transformed into an entertaining, though predictable, feature film chronicling the lives of four men and their romantic counterparts through the whirlwind battle we affectionately call relationships. “Think Like a Man” was released in theaters last Friday and grossed […]

The Avengers and Hulk

By Anthony Jamison Hulk Smash! Hulk Smash! I love the combination of those two words. Now only if there were some kind of way to make a movie where Hulk came to life and didn’t suck. It looks like  “The Avengers” — while not third installment of the Hulk, but might be the best screen […]

George Mason Panelists Make Sense of Senseless Tragedy

By Daniel Shyti Two months later, the nation is still reeling. The death of Trayvon Martin, an African-American Florida teenager, has sparked nationwide concern over the lingering traces of racism in American society.  Last Wednesday, GMU held a panel discussion to examine this subject. Hosted by Dr. Joseph Williams of the Counseling and Development Program, […]

Cool Story Bro, Tell It Again

By Kayla Cohen Behind the designer sunglasses, clean shape up, and diamond encrusted necklace is a young man who has suffered from anxiety for several years. That man, better known as Jersey Shore’s Vinny Guadagnino, tells his struggle with anxiety in his new book titled “Control the Crazy: My Plan to Stop Stressing, Avoid Drama, […]

The Real Housewives of New Drama

By Tabby Hardman Considering myself a “Real Housewives” psychopath, who watches every season and picks every aspect of every show apart with a fine-toothed comb as if I know these women on a personal level—I have to admit my ‘Jersey Girls’ have proved me right once again. “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” which aired […]