by Catherine Zhang, originally posted on Never Stationary https://soundcloud.com/badroyale/sets/bad-royale-move-like-ep-mad If you like the reggae instrumentals of Bob Marley set against the fast-paced, bass-heavy electronic music put out by Baaeur, you’ll love Bad Royale’s new EP, Move Like, which came out earlier today on Mad Decent.
by Catherine Zhang, originally posted on Never Stationary If you liked the funkadelic elements of Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly and Flying Lotus’s Cosmogramma and You’re Dead!, you’ll love Stephen Bruner’s AKA Thundercat’s newest mini album, The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam, featuring keyboard contributions by jazz legend Herbie Hancock and production from FlyLo himself. Following his two previous albums, The […]
by Catherine Zhang, originally published on Never Stationary Less than two months ago, Toro Y Moi released his latest album, What For? He ventures away from his funky, psychedelic music and confidently dips his toes into a slow trap beat in his new song, “room for 1zone” (or “room-for-one zone”).
by Catherine Zhang Laverne Cox appeared at Northwestern University Tuesday evening to discuss the intersection of gender, race, class and social inequality.
For Spring Break 2015, I traveled to Denver, CO with 9 other strangers to help out at Florence Crittenton Services, a high school in Denver for teen moms, with a connected daycare.
Why do I Chronicle? To be a part of a team of dedicated, passionate individuals participating in a student group that ultimately does not suck you in.
Sacha Bazzal talks about secondhand clothing the way a mother talks about her baby. She cradles the vintage Coach bag she bought for a fraction of its original price, and gently handles a $140 J. Crew coyote fur jacket, a piece she bought for just $4.
by Catherine Zhang Lingerie-inspired dresses over hairy legs, winged eyeliner paired with full beards, and wigs. So. Many. Wigs.
by Catherine Zhang Taking the 201-1 Reporting & Writing class from the Medill School of Journalism was one of the best decisions that I’ve made since coming to Northwestern.
by Catherine Zhang Natalie and I had read great things about Wildberry Pancakes and Cafe in downtown Chicago, so we went on a food adventure this past Tuesday.