An Inside Look at Blue Mountain State
Posted Feb. 2nd 2016

Blue Mountain State’s long awaited movie The Rise of Thadland was released today. Since midnight it’s already managed to shock the world, becoming the #1 movie on iTunes most purchased films. The film’s production team battled no shortage of challenges creating Thadland, and we caught up with one of them today for an inside look. […]

Your U gets Up Close and Personal with Kid Rock
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Posted Jul. 14th 2015

Your U photographer Andrew Markowitz obtained a press pass to Kid Rock‘s show in Bristow, Virginia and obtained some pretty damn cool images of the performing rocker. We thought we would share. There will be more additions to this concert series so stay tuned! Want to check out Andrew’s sexier shoots with us? Then Erika & Jordyn from GWU are Making […]

Netflix’s July Additions
Posted Jul. 2nd 2015

Are you a fellow Netflix binge-watcher? If so, then, like me, you’re probably anxious for some new additions to sink your teeth into. Here is the lineup that will be added this month. I see a couple winners. How about you? July 1 “Alive” “An Honest Liar” “Bad Hair Day” “Bionicle: The Legend Reborn” “Dave […]

7 Modern Rock Bands You Should Know
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Posted Jun. 24th 2015

By Chris Esposito, Penn State University 1. White Denim- This band has a lot of instrumental talent and although they don’t have the catchiest hooks, their songs flow nicely and fit perfectly together by album. Listen to “Street Joy” and “At Night in Dreams” (my personal favorite) off Corsicana Lemonade. 2. Tame Impala- A splendid […]

Don’t Be That Guy Singing The Wrong Music Lyrics
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Posted Jun. 8th 2015

Jimi Hendrix – Purple Haze Perhaps the most famous misheard lyrics, “Excuse me while I kiss the sky” is commonly misheard as “Excuse me, while I kiss this guy.” Bon Jovi – Livin’ On A Prayer People often mishear, “It doesn’t matter if we make it or not” as, “It doesn’t matter if we’re naked […]

Movie Review: The Interview
Posted Jan. 8th 2015

by Kate Roark It is no surprise the ruthless dictator of South Korea, Kim Jong Un, made terroristic threats on the United States if the “The Interview” was released to theaters on Christmas Day. The film portrays Un as a incompetent, overly sensitive cry baby who excessively enjoys the music of Katy Perry. On the […]

Movie Review: The Gambler
Posted Dec. 26th 2014

by Stephen Jordan 2 out of 5 stars (Makes for a decent trailer though right?) So this was definitely an experience I was not expecting. The Gambler is a remake of the 1974 film of the same title starring James Caan. I’ve never seen that one, so I’m going to have to judge this remake purely […]

10 Songs to Include in Your New Years Party Playlist
Posted Dec. 21st 2014

By Hing Potter Boise State Are you planning to have the best New Years party shindig? What party would be complete without music – and we all know you have to play the latest hottest jams and old classics. Here are 10 songs to include in your New Years playlist to keep the party bumpin’ […]

Top 7 Teen Sex Comedies of All Time
Posted Dec. 10th 2014

by Stephen Jordan As many films as there are about young, horny high -school/college kids trying to hook up with girls, there are certainly some that are far superior to many others. Let’s spend some time going through the list of the great, or at least memorable, ones. 1. Porky’s – (1982) – This movie […]

10 Albums You May Have Missed This Year and Should Hear Now
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Posted Dec. 8th 2014

by Jake Breidenbach This list is in no particular order. It is simply one writer’s collection of this year’s lessor talked about albums that I believed stood out amongst the others. Enjoy. 1. FKA Twigs – LP1 (Young Turks) It’s hard to pin down exactly what kind of music FKA Twigs is making. A little trip-hop, […]