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Biggest Songs of 2014

Biggest Songs of 2014

Brendan Squitieri, Writer
December 17 • 559 views
Filed under Arts, Music, Literature, Pop Culture

2014 has been a great year for music. The radios were overflowing with new artists and hit songs. Based on popularity, number of singles sold on iTunes, and chart position on Billboard, here are the top 10 songs of 2014.   10. Tove Lo: Habits (Stay High) Tove Lo is a Swedish artist that w... Read more »

2014 AMA’s Brought the House Down

2014 AMA’s Brought the House Down

Jessica Ventura, Writer/Editor
December 6 • 523 views
Filed under Arts, Music, Literature, Pop Culture

It was a sizzling hot night in Los Angeles on November 23, and we’re not talking about the climate. The 2014 American Music Awards took place at the Staples Center in downtown LA, which gave fans and audiences plenty of fierce performances and fiery fashions to obsess over. Pitbull, who returned... Read more »

Five Best Moments from the AMAs

Five Best Moments from the AMAs

Caroline McFarland, Writer / Pop Culture Editor
December 1 • 394 views
Filed under Pop Culture

The 2014 American Music Awards left us in awe. From the captivating performances to the amazing award winners, the show was practically flawless. If you didn’t get a chance to watch it on Nov. 23, though, here is a list of the five best moments from the AMAs.   Blank Space I’m sure you’ve hea... Read more »

A Very Frozen Christmas

A Very Frozen Christmas

Briana Bowers, Writer
December 1 • 376 views
Filed under Pop Culture

As Christmas nears closer, along comes the hysteria in finding the perfect gift. Every parent wants to see their child’s face light up as they open their presents Christmas morning, and it seems that Disney’s Frozen will do just that. It has been a year since Frozen was released, and still continues... Read more »

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Teaser Trailer Released

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Teaser Trailer Released

Jamie Galyas, Writer/ Feature Editor
December 1 • 537 views
Filed under Current News, Pop Culture

  *Cue* Star Wars theme song. The wait is over for fans around the world. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” teaser trailer has finally made its debut and people are more excited than ever. All the fans of these classic movies thought it was the end in 2005 when “Star Wars: Revenge of the S... Read more »

Barbie’s New Competitor

Barbie’s New Competitor

Briana Bowers, Writer
November 24 • 484 views
Filed under Pop Culture

Pittsburgh-based artist Nikolay Lamm has created a “Normal Barbie” that is now available for pre-order on his website for $25. Known as the “Lammily” doll, this new Barbie is based on the measurements of an average 19-year-old American woman. The prototype of this average-looking Barbie was... Read more »

Band Aid 30

Band Aid 30

Caroline McFarland, Writer / Pop Culture Editor
November 24 • 535 views
Filed under Arts, Music, Literature, Pop Culture

Stars of the music industry came together on Nov. 15 to record a cover of “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” in a London studio. The recording, coming 30 years after the first Band Aid, will raise money to fight Ebola. The original song was written in 1984 by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure. It was a charity... Read more »

19 Kids and Counting Jessa Duggar’s Wedding

19 Kids and Counting Jessa Duggar’s Wedding

Alyson Mandato, Writer
November 18 • 671 views
Filed under Pop Culture

“You may now kiss the bride.” Common words that are spoken at every wedding ceremony, except at Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald’s wedding. On Nov. 2 the 19 Kids and Counting’s reality star 21 year old Jessa Duggar married 19 year old Ben Seewald. It was expected that the happy couple would ha... Read more »

Reasons to Read Lancers’ Point

Reasons to Read Lancers’ Point

Stephanie Brogna, Co-Editor-in-Chief/ Photographer
November 11 • 632 views
Filed under Pop Culture

Reason #1: Taylor Swift reads it. Do you really need another reason?

Marvel Studios Introduces Superhero Diversity

Marvel Studios Introduces Superhero Diversity

Jessica Ventura, Writer/Editor
November 5 • 370 views
Filed under Pop Culture

Public Service Announcement for all Marvel Studios fanatics: get ready to meet your very first African American and female lead superheroes: Black Panther and Captain Marvel. At a press conference on October 29, Marvel Studios announced their full film schedule from now up until the end of 2019. This... Read more »

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