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Review: Taylor Swift doesn’t give a damn about her ‘reputation’

By Sav Gibbs I was tricked. I was fooled into thinking Taylor Swift was hurt so badly by Kanye West that she shut herself off from vulnerability. After hearing “Look What You Made Me Do” in late August, I put three years of analysis into a single that set up a tricky branding scheme by […]

Your ideas of gender are probably wrong

By Sav Gibbs I shouldn’t have to do this. I shouldn’t have to be the educated voice on gender for all of you who don’t live in the LGBTQ community, who can’t just open your web browser and Google these things. I already have to face discrimination just for being who I am, so will […]

Taylor Swift back from the dead

Disclaimer: I’ve been a Taylor Swift fan since her second album “Fearless” debuted in 2008. I saw her on tour in middle school in what is the now the Amalie Arena. I was obsessed with “Speak Now” in my early years of high school, and really could see myself in her romantic country-pop lyrics, despite […]

Crow’s Corner: Interview tips

Being broke sucks. But to actually make some money you’re going to need to interview well. That means picking your cleanest shirt, brushing up that resume (check out last week’s column!) and dedicating yourself to slaying that awkward deep dive into your character. Here are a few handy tips to prepare you for every interview […]

New environmentally friendly science labs to open summer

Last summer the parking lot at the corner of Fourth Street S and Ninth Avenue was a Greyhound bus station. Now, it’s a new science lab building that could be available to students as early as May. The building, unofficially called the “Poynter Warehouse Labs,” is a reconstruction of the previous structure rather than a […]

Value People Not Money, Support Tribes Against Pipeline

The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is threatening to change the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s way of life. The new installment would transport 470,000 barrels of crude oil 1,168 miles every day from hydraulic fracturing sites in northwestern North Dakota down to Illinois if built. The current route of the pipeline is less than half a […]