The fourth installment in the "album that changed my life" by EdinboroNow staff. Keep up with all of the albums that changed our lives in this Spectator Music weekly series.
Unfortunately, a boring script that tried to pack too much in makes “The Founder” a forgettable experience in a competitive genre.
Laugh/Riot’s final performance at Edinboro University will be “Trojan Women,” a modern take on an ancient Greek tragedy focused on the fate of the women of Troy after the Trojan War.
Subverse is a show on WFSE 88.9-FM focusing on the underground indie scene, hosted by Britton and Natalie. This week's playlist includes music from Future Islands and TOPS.
Lyrical substance makes up for Father John Misty's lack of sufficient range in "Pure Comedy."
Keep up with all of the albums that changed our lives in this Spectator Music weekly series.
Thanks to a few Edinboro students and their basement, locals once again have a cheap hangout option complete with loud music and the opportunity to shove each other around in the dark.
Scott Johnson — a sophomore computer animations major — admits that he spends around 28 hours outside of class on his artwork.
With departments fearing cuts to spending, we take a look at why the art school means so much for the students and the school as a whole.