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It’s hard to believe we’re in our second season of the show. First of all, BJ and I would very much like to say thank you for listening. Without you, we wouldn’t have a show! Secondly I’d like to take a minute to tell you a little bit about how His & Hers came to be.
Home field advantage can be a tricky part of wins and losses, as well as “Momentum” being against you or for you. These two factors actually played against the Trojans in last weeks lost to Boston College. The Trojans struggled on the road in a Hostile environment, where they were beat up physically and mentally while Boston College imposed there will, rushing for over 400 yards on a Trojans defense that only gave up 10 points to Stanford the week before. Now the loss is behind them and this week they look to bounce back against an undefeated Oregon State team, led by star studded Quarterback Sean Mannion. Look for the Trojans to get a big win saturday night to propel them to a 2-0 record in Pac-12 Conference play. To read more go to “http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2204599-usc-vs-oregon-state-complete-game-preview
New to University Pulse, this monthly article will highlight the next big artist that is going to break out onto the music scene. These artists are people you have to check out immediately and hop on their bandwagon before it fills up. This month’s focus : Josef Salvat.
Mndsgn’s (pronounced mind design) new album ‘Yawn Zen’ has come at an appropriate time in my life. Caught between the material world of success and achievement and the spiritual world of living a life of purpose and meaning, I find myself in an odd place currently. In times like these I always seem to resort to Eastern philosophy for comfort.
It’s been close to six years since Copeland (Aaron Marsh, Johnathan Bucklew, Stephen Laurenson, Bryan Laurenson) have put out a new studio album and nearly five years since they officially announced the band would be going on a hiatus.
Bon jour all my friends from across the campus, city, state, and world it is absolutely fantastic to be writing to all of y’all again this semester. With my humble greeting out of the way, I am beyond stoked to inform y’all that is finally time for “Tooth and Bristle: A Reading Series” to start back up. If any of you friends are unfamiliar with Tooth and Bristle it is a writing series put on by Boise State’s own MFA program that highlights the writing that they are doing and give everyone a very FREE chance to check out the work our university is producing.
17 years ago we lost one of the most iconic rappers ever. Christopher Wallace, better known as The Notorious B.I.G or Biggie, was murdered in March of 1997 and left us a catalog of amazing music that is still amazing to this day. But his debut album, one of the finest rap albums ever, came out 20 years ago this month.