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Opinions Matter

Semester grades


Lisa Viers and Tyler Hoffman
April 26, 2013
Filed under Editorial, Opinion

A: Accomplishment on the horizon: The Tinkham Veale University Center is one step closer to completion with an event being held today to celebrate the final construction of the steel-beam frame. Progress on the new center has been steady since the digging began in 2012, and it looks like this Cleveland…

The original drone strike debate

Andrew Breland
April 26, 2013
Filed under Headlines, Opinion

The Elephant in the Room As one of very few conservative Republican columnists in academia, most will expect this column to function as a review of a verifiably bad year for conservatives. We failed to retake the presidency, failed to retake the Senate, lost part of the majority in the House of Representatives,….

Twitter and news: a bad romance

Ashley Yarus
April 26, 2013
Filed under Headlines, Opinion

Keeping Perspective This Tuesday, the Associated Press’ official Twitter account was hacked. Hackers tweeted that there had been two explosions at the White House and that President Obama was hurt in the attack. Within minutes this claim was retweeted more than three thousand times. The AP promptly…

An early look at the 2013 NFL Draft

An early look at the 2013 NFL Draft

Arun Murugesan, Cleveland Sports Reporter
January 28, 2013
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

The 2013 Draft will likely not be known as a draft that yielded great skill position players, however, it very well could produce the key cogs in the trenches for many teams picking early. There is no Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, A.J. Green, or Julio Jones-like franchise player, so the next coach…

Observer’s playlist of the week

Jason Walsh, Music Critic
April 26, 2013
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Azealia Banks – “Yung Rapunxel”
If you somehow haven’t heard Azealia Banks’s “212” by now, you should get on board. It was one of the best songs of last year, and “Yung Rapunxel” is her latest effort, which comes with a super-trippy video. Hopefully hip-hop can get over its only-one-female-MC-at-a-time thing and Banks, Angel Haze, and Nicki Minaj can all peacefully co-exist.

Thundercat – “Heartbreaks + Setbacks”
“Heartbreaks + Setbacks” is the new single from Thundercat, as a collaboration with electronic-glitch all-star Flying Lotus. It’s as great as you’d expect. Thundercat’s new album “Apocalypse” is out this summer on Brainfeeder.

A Tribe Called Red & Das Racist – “Indians From All Directions”
Originally meant to be on Das Racist’s album, production group A Tribe Called Red decided to release “Indians From All Directions” on their own, now that DR is defunct.

Daft Punk – “Get Lucky”
So yeah, here’s the new Daft Punk song. It’s the lead single for their upcoming album “Random Access Memories,” out May 21. The music-internet pretty much exploded when “Get Lucky” finally came out, so who knows what’s going to happen when the album drops.

Janelle Monae ft. Erykah Badu – “Q.U.E.E.N.”
The amount of times I listened to Janelle Monae’s first single “Tightrope” (and her whole album “The ArchAndroid”) way back in 2010, plus the fact that when I saw her live she wore a cape, makes me excited for anything she does. “Q.U.E.E.N.” is the first new material we’ve heard from her upcoming album “The Electric Lady,” and it makes me even more excited

Spot Night changes, but in a good way

Anne Nickoloff, Music Reporter
April 26, 2013
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

After another successful year, Spot Night may face some future changes to promote its weekly presence on Case Western Reserve University’s campus.
“We’re looking to book artists that will be getting big within the next few years, as well as moving Spot Night back to a later time,” said University Program Board (UPB) concert committee co-chair Brianna Thompson.

Sometimes Spot Night is thought of as a lame series of local, unknown bands, but recognizable names began building a fan base at venues like the Spot.
MGMT, Gym Class Heroes, Jack’s Mannequin, Phantom Planet, and Big Boi performed at Spot Nights before becoming more popular (and out of UPB’s price range). This year’s concerts, especially Lighthouse & the Whaler, Action Item, and William Beckett, were all “reasonably successful,” according to Thompson.

By moving Spot Night’s time to later in the evening, it may allow students who are participating in Wednesday club meetings or other extracurricular activities to attend the shows, thus consistently increasing the audience size.
UPB’s concert committee is also in charge of running the Fall Concert, which featured B.o.B. this past year. Thompson said both the Fall Concert and upcoming Spot Nights of next semester “should bring a bright new music scene to the Case campus.”