by NICK BUCHANAN
Protesters lined East 21st and Prospect outside of Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center on the night of Sept. 10, unaffected by the rain in their makeshift garbage bag ponchos.
“THIS IS MURDER,” one of them equipped with a megaphone yelled as a few of her comrades chanted in the distance. Others stood idly, leaned against concrete posts with their body-length poster boards on sticks and a stack of wet pamphlets on their agenda.
Most of us paid them no mind as we headed into the arena for All Access 2016, a free live entertainment event headlined by pop singer-songwriter Sia meant to raise advocacy for a bold cause that unsurprisingly drew all of the protesters: the demand for equal access to abortion
by JESSICA HOLLAN
When you are a reporter going to a concert, there is definitely something to be said about traveling with the performing band. For instance, nobody minds the large, professional-grade camera you are carrying around a closed sound check because hey, you’re with the band. It also means that you and that camera get backstage access because, once again, you’re with the band. You are practically a glorified groupie. You see it all: sound checks, rehearsals, backstage. That is, as long as you don’t forget the magic words: “Oh, I’m with the band.”
by JESSICA HOLLAN
Remember when Aaron Carter had a crush on you and wrote a song about it? Obviously. Remember when Aaron Carter threw the biggest party of the year and wrote a song about it? Duh. Remember when Aaron Carter just really wanted some candy and wrote a song about it? You better believe we do. Now, do you remember when Aaron Carter tried to make a comeback? No? Well then, you’re about to get educated.
by ANDRE DREW
Looking for some new music to listen to? Then On Top is the band for you.
The band composed of Tiffin University students Dominic Giovanni and Jazz Hannah has only been on the scene for a year now, but it is already drumming up a following among the student body, including this journalist. The band started randomly, said both band members.
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