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KWCR Album Review: Modern Baseball, ‘You’re Gonna Miss it All’

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 […]

I never realized that poetry was so much more than just pretty words presented in a pretty way until one of my roommates showed me her Tumblr blog where she posts some of the poetry she writes. At first, I was really apprehensive. I was having visions of my high school English classes, analyzing poetry […]

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When the time comes for finals week to begin, I go through an entire routine, preparing my life, my house and my mind for the task. This semester, that whole process has been ruined. Most of my finals for my classes do not fall into this delicate window of time we call finals week. No, […]

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Life is pretty good, you know? And we here at The Signpost are grateful for the simple things. After noticing the recent trend of grateful Facebook status updates and appreciative Twitter feeds, here are a few of our own contributions to the world of gratitude . . . 1. Thick, new pairs of socks. 2. […]

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In a last-ditch effort for this column to be somewhat culturally relevant, I decided to hop on the bandwagon and write about “Twilight.” Now, I have never read nor seen any of the “Twilight” books or movies, but I thought to myself, “Why not report on something I know nothing about? Cable news does it […]

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Peer critiquing in the college creative writing process is a double-edged sword. On one hand (this is a double-edged metaphor), someone will pick up your whimpering, fledgling little creation that you painstakingly crafted and politely tell you it is total donkey compost. On the other hand (edge), you get to voraciously tear through another student’s […]

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