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Mullins Live! 2020 with Lil Tjay and Kwynn Reid

Mullins Live! 2020 with Lil Tjay and Kwynn Reid

Astghik Dion, Photo/Assistant Entertainment Editor

March 10, 2020

The annual Mullins Live! concert took place this past Saturday at 11 a.m., where hundreds of students gathered at the Mullins Center to experience what was to be rappers Meek Mill and Lil Tjay perform. 

808s and Ankle Breaks featuring Trey Cruz

808s and Ankle Breaks featuring Trey Cruz

Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson

March 9, 2020

Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson are joined by special guest Trey Cruz to talk the podcast’s latest "March Madness" bracket of hip-hop's best groups and play a game of buy or sell for current NBA topics.

“Color Out Of Space” delivers more than just Nic Cage

Color Out of Space Trailer/Screenshot from YouTube

Ian Dartley, Writer

March 6, 2020

If your stomach is easily churned by gore, this may not be the film for you. However, if you find yourself able to look past that, you will be introduced to a world unlike any you have seen.

The Reel Deal Podcast: Movies that made us

The Reel Deal Podcast: Movies that made us

Olivia Barkett and Jozef Zekanoski

March 5, 2020

No limit on genre, time periods, or subject matter, the Reel Deal is a conversation of all things film.

(Fake) Blonde Moment: Pete Davidson vs. Ariana Grande, Disney vs. Hilary Duff and Blarney vs. UMass

Artwork by Gracie Donovan

Grace Sherwood and Chad Douty

March 5, 2020

Chad Douty and Grace Sherwood are finally back and here to discuss the latest music videos, Pete Davidson’s shade towards Ariana Grande and much more! They also debate whether Blarney is worth all the hype.

Straight Sex ignite audiences with their final string of shows

Straight Sex, featured on their single cover

David Anderson, Writer

March 4, 2020

Sadly, this was one of Straight Sex’s final shows. In a couple of months, they will be going on an “indefinite hiatus.”

Transatlantic Soccer Podcast: Champion’s League

Transatlantic Soccer Podcast: Champion's League

Alejandro Winsor and Jacob Robson

March 2, 2020

The TransAtlantic duo look closely at the Champion's League and Manchester City's European ban.

Changes for the Five College Student Film & Video Festival

The exterior of the Stirn Auditorium (Photo/ Ian Dartley)

Ian Dartley, Writer

February 29, 2020

The winning narrative film, “Sleep Paralysis,” stood out as a carefully crafted nightmare.

Naheem Sterlin is an artist with a goal, make music that everyone can enjoy

Naheem Sterlin is an artist with a goal, make music that everyone can enjoy

Shane Guilfoyle, Assistant Entertainment Editor

February 25, 2020

Naheem Sterlin, otherwise known as Young Judo, is a 20-year-old student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The local artist has been steady at work since 2018, releasing a string of singles with his most recent entry, the acoustic-inspired slapper, “Cappin.”

808s and Ankle Breaks featuring Jay Astro

808s and Ankle Breaks featuring Jay Astro

Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson

February 24, 2020

Jonathan Kermah interviews Boston rapper Jay Astro on standing out in the pool of melodic trap artists and his latest single “Zoo.”

Entertainment’s Weekly Spin with Billie Eilish, The 1975, Yves Tumor and more

(Trevor Wilson/Amherst Wire)

Amherst Wire Staff

February 24, 2020

With more music being released than ever before, Amherst Wire’s Entertainment team keeps you posted with some of their favorite tracks of the week.

“P.S. I Still Love You” is chock full of rom-com tropes but leaves much to be desired

“P.S. I Still Love You” is chock full of rom-com tropes but leaves much to be desired

Joanna Buoniconti, Copy Editor

February 21, 2020

The highly anticipated sequel of the Netflix original, "To All the Boys I've Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You," debuted on the streaming platform on Feb. 12. And while it contains many rom-com tropes, it fails to live up to its hype.

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