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Top 10 rock love songs

Garret Roberts | February 13, 2018

With Valentine’s Day just a day away, love is a trending topic in everyone’s mind. While you could spend your day listening to the cheesy romantic classics, you can only listen to “That’s Amore” so many times before you go mad.But don’t worry, if one genre can spice up your holiday with songs about love, it’s rock. From classic bands like Bon Jovi and Motor...

Spinning Jenny’s history lesson

Maura Linehan | November 10, 2017

A homegrown Steubenville, Ohio, band with a Robert Morris connection took a lesson in history and turned that inspiration into family-based artistic effort. Beginning in 2011, “Spinning Jenny” had their first gig as an opening act for their uncle's band, “U.S. Kids,” at a family reunion. While they did not think much of it at the time, the group continued to grow into a family af...

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The Reel Episode 3: Is Time Running Out On Netflix?

Logan Carney and Brandon Aleman | February 23, 2018

This week, Logan and Brandon give their reviews on their movie of the week as well as debate the future of the country's number one streaming service.​

The Reel Episode 2: Valentines and Oscars

Logan Carney and Brandon Aleman | February 16, 2018

The guys dish out their favorite romantic comedies for Valentines Day and give their predictions for the Oscars.​

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Xfinity on Campus comes to RMU

Garret Roberts | February 8, 2018

Robert Morris students now have access to their favorite shows through Xfinity on Campus, a service available to select colleges throughout the country. Advertised as “your on campus TV-streaming service,” it will be available to all residents. The platform works like any other room and board service and is included within the fees each semester. It can be accessed from any internet-enabled device,...

“The End of the F***ing World:” Netflix’s darker future looks bright

Garret Roberts | January 8, 2018

Netflix is becoming a platform known for their production of darker series, and as a result, they are providing creators an outlet to express themselves. More violent and grimy stories such as "Jessica Jones" and imaginative series like "Black Mirror" would have their message altered on broadcast TV, but Netflix allows these darker series to thrive. Their newest addition, "The End of the F***ing World,"...

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