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“here comes the sun” by Bill Wurtz: Song Review

“here comes the sun” by Bill Wurtz: Song Review

Bill Wurtz is back and better than ever, pushing boundaries into the third dimension. Wurtz, who many may know from widely reaching videos like “history of the entire world, i guess,” is a content creator and musician whose roots took place all the way back in 2005. His trademark absurdist style of both music and videography took hold throughout the 2010s on YouTube and the discontinued Vine,...

The Death of the Snow Day is a Damn Shame

The Death of the Snow Day is a Damn Shame

COVID-19 and online interaction has taught us one particular lesson: Nothing is sacred. One crucial adaptation that was mourned this winter across the nation? We killed the snow day.  As we saw last week, snow hasn’t gone anywhere, but we’ve lost one of the sacred rituals of academic life—having a day off school when it’s snowy. With the adoption of online learning, many would argue that...

Shady’s Back, Don’t Tell a Friend

Shady’s Back, Don’t Tell a Friend

Eminem Album Review Between genuine, heartfelt apologies and poop jokes, Eminem’s latest album release, “Music To Be Murdered By: Side B” leaves much to be explained. I have been a fan of Eminem for a time soon after the release of “The Marshall Mathers LP 2” in the mid-2010s. So when I heard that he might be releasing a new album in this past...

Evermore by Taylor Swift

Two days before her 31st birthday, Taylor Swift released her most recent full-length album, “evermore.” This album, described by Swift as the “sister record” to her last project, “folklore,” shares a number of themes and influences. As with the previous album, which was released fewer than five months ago, “evermore” has what can only be described as a folk-pop sound...

Residents Packing Up Their Bags Amid COVID-19 Surges

Residents Packing Up Their Bags Amid COVID-19 Surges

After a rapid rise in positive COVID-19 cases on-campus, the NJIT community was recently made aware of the decision to transition to fully remote instruction beginning Nov. 25. With this transition, students previously attending converged classes in person would be required to attend all classes online instead.   According to NJIT’s Pandemic Recovery website as of Nov. 24, the campus has...