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Twenty One Pilots comes to Houston for Bandito tour

Twenty One Pilots comes to Houston for Bandito tour

Zoe Alvarez, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018

Here is the setlist: Main stage Jumpsuit Levitate Fairly Local Stressed Out Heathens We Don’t Believe What’s on TV The Judge Lane Boy Nico and the Niners B-stage (Center of arena) Taxi Cab Neon Gravestones Bandito Pet Cheetah Main stage Holding on to You Iris (Goo Goo Doll...

New music Monday: Death Cab for Cutie is back with 9th studio album

New music Monday: Death Cab for Cutie is back with 9th studio album

September 4, 2018

Ever get an itch for new music? It can be overwhelming when there’s so much out there. Let me introduce you to Death Cab for Cutie an alternative rock five-member band from Bellingham, Washington.  This band is made up of Ben Gibbard (lead vocalist, guitarist, and pianist), Nick Harmer (bassist), ...

What’s that buzz? Dua Lipa’s new single leaves a powerful message

What’s that buzz? Dua Lipa’s new single leaves a powerful message

February 8, 2018

New and rising star Dua Lipa’s new single “IDGAF” makes you want to jump on a table and dance. Dua Lipa, only 22, is making a mark with her single which has reached to almost 38 million views within a week on YouTube.That has gained her recognition from the U.S to London. “IDGAF” is a...

Movie Matters: Radius has a plot twist that really shocks you

January 25, 2018

For a plot twist that really shocks you, it's Radius.

The Book Look: Free-spirited woman dominates novella

The Book Look: Free-spirited woman dominates novella

Lauren Melendez, The Book Look columnist

May 30, 2017

Truman Capote’s novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s has been widely revered ever since its release in 1958, and for good reason. The novel tells the story of the dazzling Holly Golightly, who brings new meaning to the phrase “free-spirited,” and will never be satisfied living a routine life. The only...

The Book Look: Ready for Ready Player One

The Book Look: Ready for Ready Player One

Belen Silva, The Book Look Columnist

August 26, 2016

Where do you see yourself in the year 2044? In an office stacking endless papers in a 9 to 5 job? Or maybe off in Bora Bora with the money you saved up from working late night shifts? Or how about a barren wasteland with filled with hunger, poverty and nothing but a (video game) to remember what h...

Game Corner: Awakening the fire within

Game Corner: Awakening the fire within

March 3, 2016

History Fire Emblem, known in Japan as Faiā Emuburemu, was first released in Japan for Nintendo Famicon, a tactical role-playing game which was never released in the United States. Fire Emblem was a huge success in Japan, which led to many games being produced that would never see a localized rele...

Game Corner: Creating homes in a cute way

Game Corner: Creating homes in a cute way

October 1, 2015

Intro The Animal Crossing Series has always been a personal favorite series of mine ever since its debut in America in 2001. The franchise has always been known to be a great time waster since the game brings you in to the world of Animal Crossing. The gameplay has always been turning over a new leaf as you start to move into a new town with little money and start creating bonds with the villagers around you! Happy Home Designer is a fresh new spin off of creating homes for all-time favorite villagers and including new villagers along the way. Gameplay Gameplay wi...

The Book Look: Where rainbows end, and love

The Book Look: Where rainbows end, and love

Belen Silva, The Book Look Columnist

April 29, 2015

Rosie Dunne and Alex Stewart have been best friends since they were children. They were, "inseparable, constantly being separated." This heartwarming story about Alex and Rosie, in "Love, Rosie," is enough to keep you at the edge of your seat. The story takes place in Dublin, Ireland. It begins wit...

Tomie Awards recognizes good books

February 10, 2015

Magnet Tribune staff writers Lauren Melendez and Belen Silva host the first annual Tomie Awards.

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