March 19, 2017 archive

How is Manchester United Going to Play Without Zlatan?

Justin Cheng WGMU Blogger With Zlatan Ibrahimović picking up a three-game ban, Jose Mourinho and Manchester United are desperate to figure out a plan to play without him. For the next three games, they are playing the league leader Chelsea in the FA cup, the Middlesbrough and Wes Bromwich. Zlatan even scored an away goal …

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The Greater The Risk, The Greater The Reward in LDRs

Michael Cohen WGMU Blogger Relationships are interesting, to say the least.  However, being in a long-distance relationship is even more interesting.  I admit that it sucks being in a different state than the person I love.  However, being involved with somebody you truly love, rather than settling for somebody who lives close to you can be suitable to …

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Is 2017 the Year of the Gorillaz?

Rachel Handschuh WGMU Blogger Many people in recent years have been wondering for the past few years about the Gorillaz’s musical comeback, and 2017 may be giving them an answer. In 2016, the group began to release on Twitter a series of videos and artwork which came to be known as the Book of Noodle, …

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Grande?! No Way!!

Kyle Kuhn WGMU Blogger Twenty-three years old, $10 million net worth, and a fan amount equivalent to Beyoncé’s, is what we all wish for, right? Well, in 2009, this wish soon became a reality for hit pop star, Ariana Grande. Ariana, now debuting her “Dangerous Woman” tour, has gone from Broadway shows to concerts holding …

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Susio is on Track to Become a Star at AC Milan

Justin Cheng WGMU Blogger AC Milan signed Spanish winger Suso Fernandez from Liverpool with a 1.3-million-euro compensation fee to Liverpool. Until the last season, Suso only has appeared for AC Milan 6 times in Seria A. He was sent to Genoa for the second half of 2015/2016 where he performed perfectly with 6 goals and …

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Album Review: As It Is: Okay

Rachel Handschuh WGMU Blogger As It Is is an up and coming pop punk band from the United Kingdom. Their second album, Okay, was released on January 20. This album has a good mixture of upbeat songs and continues their theme of having deep and meaningful lyrics. The first half of the album includes songs …

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Are Music Videos Dead?

Kaitlyn Koegler WGMU Blogger It’s a question many music fans have asked, and certainly one that doesn’t come without its merits. After all, one of the first suggestions that pops up on Google when typing in, “do music videos” is “do music video still exist?” While many of us know they certainly still exist, to …

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The Acquisition of Milan Gets Postponed Again!

Justin Cheng WGMU Blogger President of Milan Silvio Berlusconi will be staying for one more month due to the factor Sino-Europe sports failed completing the transaction for the closing date yet again. March 3, 2017 was marked for Milan fans all around the world as the Chinese group complete the transaction with Berlusconi’s Fininvest. Per …

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The Greatest Show on Earth!

Kyle Kuhn WGMU Blogger Clowns. Lions. Magic. Thrill. Are you ready for the circus? Because we know that the Circus is ready for us. Founded in 1871 by none other than the original Ringling Bros., The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will be appearing at the Eagle Bank Arena! If you are into …

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From Teens to Twenties: Lorde Announces 2nd Full-Length Album

Kaitlyn Koegler WGMU Blogger After nearly four years since the release of her last album, Pure Heroine, 20-year-old New Zealand singer Lorde will be dropping a new album this year. Releasing her newest single “Green Light” March 2, Lorde is supposedly releasing her new album this summer per Pitchfork. “Green Light is officially out in …

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