Tribute to Stan Lee: Marvel’s Ultimate Superhero

The hero that made all heroes, Stan Lee, passed away Nov. 12, in Los Angeles at the age of 95. The phenomenal writer, editor and publisher of Marvel Comics shook many fans and celebrities with his death, but his legacy will definitely remain through his works.  Stanley Martin Lieber was born on December 28, 1922 in Manhattan, NY. He began his career … Continue reading Tribute to Stan Lee: Marvel’s Ultimate Superhero

Bonnies Men’s Basketball is Back and Ready

St. Bonaventure Bonnies open its 99th season of men’s basketball on November 7 in the Reilly Center against Bucknell University. This year the Bonnies are led by Seniors Courtney Stockard, LaDarien Griffin and Nelson Caputo who hope to make a big impact for the season and lead the Bonnies back into the NCAA tournament. Junior center Amadi Ikpeze and … Continue reading Bonnies Men’s Basketball is Back and Ready

The Death of a Concert

On Oct. 20, two of my bucket list events were completed. I visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio and also saw The Eagles live in concert. This was definitely one of the most fun weekends of my life. The road trip, the meals and the time spent with friends are certainly things I will remember for a long, long time. However, … Continue reading The Death of a Concert

SBU Love Guru – Not for the faint of heart

With Valentine’s Day almost here many would-be lovers are frantically rushing around searching for the perfect present to give their special someone. Most people are going to the basics: Heart shaped chocolate boxes, roses, cologne, perfume, and jewelry. Basically, stuff people already have, don’t want, or is going to die in a week because your … Continue reading SBU Love Guru – Not for the faint of heart

“Girls know nothing about sports.”

Girls know nothing about sports? That is not the case at all! Ever since I was a little girl, I loved sports. I loved playing them and going to games with my family. I would watch sports games or play sports video games. My brother has taught me a lot and sparked my love for … Continue reading “Girls know nothing about sports.”

Not all things get better with age: Examining Maroon 5’s new album

Moving even further away from its original sound, Maroon 5’s latest album Red Pill Blues is an adventure into pop-land that nobody needs to go on. The album cover alone is enough to question buying the album. The face of Maroon 5 is quite literally becoming as mainstream trash as the new music, with every … Continue reading Not all things get better with age: Examining Maroon 5’s new album

Judah and the Lion take over Buffalo’s Town Ballroom

The Town Ballroom played host to Judah and the Lion and The Academics on a windy Thursday night in Buffalo, New York. I have never been to the venue before, and I must say, the atmosphere is unlike no other. The venue is very close and intimate, with a capacity being marked at just over … Continue reading Judah and the Lion take over Buffalo’s Town Ballroom

An ode to fall

For a lot of people, fall is the best time of the year for many different reasons. People like the colors, the weather, the pumpkin spice everything, but for me, I really like the appearance of nature during the season as well as the overall atmosphere. Walking and appreciating nature has always been one of … Continue reading An ode to fall

A preview of nothing,nowhere.’s Reaper

On Friday October 13, New England alternative artist nothing,nowhere. released his third and final single “Skully” off his latest album Reaper. Nothing,nowhere. combines elements of rap and emo music into each of his songs, which is a rather unexpected pairing. “Skully” starts off with nothing,nowhere. rapping over a dismal electric guitar rift. The beat picks up … Continue reading A preview of nothing,nowhere.’s Reaper