Culture Shock is a free one-day music festival held in Dunn Meadow each year. 2017’s fest will take place on April 15.
So where do I turn for a new model of self-care? The answer, as it usually is for me, is music. And more specifically, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down.
This show will be packed with enough groovy vibes and powerhouse vocals to banish the midwinter blues.
We managed to record local Virgo, Sarah Cougill’s performance for posterity, or in case they decide to send another time capsule into space.
It might be amusing to blast “A Willie Nice Christmas” when Uncle Craig starts in on his thoughts about PC culture.
The WIUX news team is broadcasting live from the Media School on 99.1 from 6 p.m. to midnight. Stop by Franklin Hall, listen on the radio, or online!
As the spookiest student organization on campus, we feel it is our duty to provide you with the perfect playlist to soundtrack this All Hallows’ Eve.
The drinks will always be fantastic as a whole, but what has evolved into my favorite part is exploring the neighborhoods, and meeting so many people. I love listening to stories from locals about sports, schools, what’s changing, and other things that are important to that area code.
I don’t want to deal in universals, but I think it might be safe to say that a lot of us have had very important moments in our lives soundtracked by Bon Iver albums.
I give you two people talking very seriously about the signs as they relate to presidential hopeful, Donald J. Trump.