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Performers raise money for Mozwoc

Dancers and musicians spanning several genres performed at the Unity Gala on Saturday night in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms. Unity: An Evening of Music, Dance and Art was the latest effort to raise money for a women’s center in Mozambique, a class project known as Mozwoc. Kylie Peterson, a child and family studies major at […]

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Maybe it’s because I’m used to Relapse Records producing metal albums, or maybe it’s because the lyrics to Nothing’s album, “Guilty of Everything,” were misleading, but I was totally hoping Nothing was more aggressive. I am not disappointed in what I’ve discovered, though. This album is a gem among dirty stones. The lyrics are what […]

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An emerging band from Philadelphia is making its mark in the indie scene. Modern Baseball’s indie punk-rock style reminds me something of a combination of WHY? and They Might Be Giants and an underlying tone of Blink-182, with rather angsty lyrics that can be described as high school nostalgia. Their album “You’re Gonna Miss It […]

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‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’ to open this weekend

Tomorrow, the mystery-drama-musical “Picnic at Hanging Rock” will open in the Allred Theater, located in the Val A. Browning Center on Weber State University’s main campus. The musical is set in Victoria, Australia, at the beginning of the 20th century. The plot centers on the disappearance of two students from Appleyard College while they are on […]

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Where the electric glitter starts to impress, the vocals immediately halt the event. If I were on “The Bachelor” and had to give the “first-impression rose,” it would not be to Gap Dream’s “Shine Your Light.” Well, at least not to the title track on the album. The monotone voice is accompanied by a dull […]

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WSU to host 2 instrumental student concerts

  On Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Val A. Browning Center’s Austad Auditorium, the Weber State Symphony Orchestra (WSSO) will perform its annual spring concert. On Feb. 27, Thomas Root’s Wind Ensemble will perform in the Browning Center’s Allred Theater at 7:30 p.m. WSSO is led by Francisco de Galvez, director of orchestral studies […]

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