Review: ‘Love?’ by Jennifer Lopez

What a difference a year makes. A year ago, Jennifer Lopez was dealing with a number of career setbacks. The lead single from her upcoming album, “Louboutins,” was an undeniable flop (literally – she even fell on her well-known derriere during an American Music Awards performance of the song), which led her long-time record label,… Read More Review: ‘Love?’ by Jennifer Lopez

Using higher education as scapegoat for religious loss misguided

As someone who spent his formative years in evangelical churches, to say that I have an interest in assessing evangelicalism is an understatement. Although I am no longer involved in evangelical churches, some good can come out of the evangelical movement. That being said, I have to proverbially (and sometimes literally) roll my eyes at… Read More Using higher education as scapegoat for religious loss misguided

Review: ‘Femme Fatale’ by Britney Spears

More than a decade into the career of Britney Spears, any expectations for artistic growth should be thrown aside. It’s clear that, unlike her pop diva predecessors Madonna and Janet Jackson, any attempts at lyrical profundity are ignored. With that in mind, Femme Fatale, the seventh studio album from Spears, should be viewed in the… Read More Review: ‘Femme Fatale’ by Britney Spears

Leighton Meester loses her mind in ‘The Roommate’

  Many college students have at one point had the roommate from hell, but it’s a safe bet that said room­mate was not quite as disturbed as the title character from the upcoming film The Roommate. Rebecca, the aforementioned character played by Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester, is a college fresh­man whose friendship with her… Read More Leighton Meester loses her mind in ‘The Roommate’

Reform, action needed for Georgia schools

With the recent news that Atlanta Public Schools is now on probation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the school district joins Clayton County Public Schools in drawing negative national attention to regards to education in recent years. Clearly, a problem exists in Georgia’s schools. It’s not a problem that solely exists within… Read More Reform, action needed for Georgia schools