The Past, Present and Future of Black Metal

The Past, Present and Future of Black Metal

November 4, 2014

Black metal originated during the late 1980s. The first black metal bands actually belonged to other metal subgenres such as thrash metal or speed metal, but thanks to their experimental work and the extreme

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The Final Frontier

The Final Frontier

November 4, 2014

My mom popped her head in while I was watching “Star Trek” (an episode from the middle of the second season) and asked, “Are you watching ‘Star Trek?’” Well, that was unexpected. My mother

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November 3, 2014

Lately, I’ve been watching this TV series called “Chasing Life.” The story revolves around a very young woman, mid-20s, who is working toward becoming an accomplished journalist, and who happens to learn very coincidentally

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The International Chronicles

The International Chronicles

November 3, 2014

BY AMNA KARA (MAN/II) Name: Shari Gamaniel Department: Mechanical Engineering/II Home Country: Nigeria What do you like best about Turkey?      The friends I’ve made and the nice people I meet every day. What will

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Worse than Bootlegs

Worse than Bootlegs

October 20, 2014

Bootlegs can be nightmares for record companies but at the same time quite beneficial for bands, since they serve as free-of-charge advertisements for the latter. Before telling you what is even worse than a

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

October 20, 2014

By Elif Karabay (IR/IV) Name:Sümeyye Küçük (POLS/I) What’s your favorite triple? a) Movie: “The Shawshank Redemption” b) Book: “Improbable” by Adam Fawer c) Song: “One Love” by Bob Marley Can you describe yourself in three words?

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Rainfed

Rainfed

October 20, 2014

If you happen to run into me on campus these days, or see me on a shuttle bus with a mesmerized expression on my face, do not be afraid. Just follow my eyes, and

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Hipball

Hipball

October 20, 2014

I must confess that I rarely receive feedback on this column of mine, and even rarer are the times I get a request for a column theme—but when I do, I am only too

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