By Ally A-L. ’23 Only last year, Olivia Rodrigo was a name known mainly only to fans of the Disney shows Bizaardvark and High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, a mockumentary-style […]
By Aryav D. ’23 “Donda. Donda. Doooooonda. Dooonda. Donda,” chants past collaborator Syleene Johnson to the (heart)beat of Kanye West’s late mother, Donda West, as she passed away on her deathbed. Whether […]
The Boom in the Korean Entertainment Industry
By Ethan L. ‘25 and Allison H. ‘25 You have probably heard of the breakout hit TV series Squid Game, or perhaps the four-time Academy Award-winning movie Parasite. You have also most […]
Wagner: Should We Separate the Artist From the Art?
By Abigail A. ’23 Classical composer Richard Wagner is widely acknowledged among classical music aficionados as a groundbreaking musician. Part of a radical composing group of German avant-garde musicians during the Romantic […]
The Frequency of Music
By Raquel W. ’21 Hertz (Hz) is the standard unit of measurement of vibration. It measures waveforms in wave cycles per second. This unit was named after Heinrich Rudolph Hertz who, in […]