Men’s Soccer Captains Discuss the Upcoming Season

September 15, 2014 in Featured Content

The men’s soccer team just might be the dream team.  Senior, Josh Brown, assures that the Bees could beat a Division I team (NCAA Division I boasts of the biggest universities whose athletic programs are cut throat while SCAD competes in NAIA which is only one division ), and that they did, defeating Georgia Southern University.  A stellar preseason; however, the team has gotten off to a rocky start with two losses, one tie, and a lone win.  But despite the statistics, the three captains, Junior Jordan Trinci-Lyne, Junior Will Oswin, and Josh Brown are positive the team will go far, and Trinci-Lyne’s objective is to: “Push ‘em and get to Nationals.”

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Rise of the Controllers: Review of Air Traffic Controller’s single “The House”

August 11, 2014 in Featured Content, Music, Music Reviews

The House_Samantha

“We had the house where everybody came. We had the music. We played the games.”

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Sugar and Stomachaches: A Review of 5 Seconds of Summer’s Self-Titled Album

July 16, 2014 in Music, Music Reviews

5 Seconds of Summer album cover

Cue the screaming girls.  5 Seconds of Summer (Luke Hemmings on lead vocals and guitar, Michael Clifford on vocals and guitar, Calum Hood on bass guitar and vocals, and Ashtown Irwin on drums and vocals) is a pop band from Australia and these dreamy boys have crafted a sweet as can be, G-rated, revved up, catchy self-titled album (released July 22).  The boys rose to fame immediately after One Direction invited them on their Take Me Home Tour.  Unlike One Direction, though, the boys in 5 Seconds of Summer actually play instruments.  They’re indeed talented, unfortunately they hide behind the veil of boy band.

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