The Killers Inspire Hope When We Need It Most: “Imploding the Mirage” Album Review

September 08, 2020

Las Vegas born band, The Killers, returned after their long awaited mini hiatus since the release of their last album “Wonderful Wonderful” with their new record, “Imploding the Mirage.” Introducing a new album with their absent founding guitarist, Dave Keuning, the band released a record that epitomizes The Killers’s sound and brings a sense of hope during these awful and abnormal times. “Imploding the Mirage” is an album that takes The Killers back to their roots as seen on “Battle Born,” and it has their audience roaring with excitement. 

How To Be a Better Roommate: 5 Simple Tips That I Stand By

September 08, 2020

As a sophomore at UNR this year, I, like many others, decided to make the big move out of the dorms and into an apartment with some of my friends. After living with them for a couple of weeks, I believe that I have finally cracked the secrets to living with roommates. Whether living in a dorm with one other person or in an apartment with four, these tips are guaranteed to help you make the best of a new living situation. 

Why ‘Pose’ Deserves Better

August 06, 2020

In the era of COVID-19, it seems impossible that the Emmy awards are still set to premiere on September 20. Yet, the show must go on, and as nominations were announced this past week, people are already debating which shows and people deserved a nomination.

The Album We Didn’t Know We Needed: Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore’ Review

August 05, 2020

Taylor Swift's eighth studio album was announced only 12 hours before its release on July 24th, taking people all over the internet by surprise. The singer was supposed to be touring music from her last album “Lover” this summer, however, due to COVID-19, she was not able to do so. Evidently, she took full advantage of the time at home, working hard to create her newest album, “folklore.”

Troye Sivan Drops ‘Easy’ and ‘Take Yourself Home’ Off Upcoming EP

August 05, 2020

Four months into quarantine, Troye Sivan came to rescue us all from our boredom with new music to match our low moods, while also catering to our want to go out again. This new era of music brought us a bright red hairdo, sad dance songs, and whispers of more new music to come.