R&B artist JoJo rocks The Blue Note

By Mariah Doss, E23 Reporter

Louis the Child comes to the Blue Note

Louis the Child’s energy made for an unforgettable concert By Alaina Randazzo Louis The Child put on a dance-out, sold-out concert to say the least. The new and upcoming EDM duo opened their stage with a remix of the song “Inside out” originally by The Chiefs. The crowd could not get enough of their music. […]

Teen heartthrob Harry Styles made his triumphant return to music this past weekend on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live”.

By Mariah Doss, E23 Reporter This past week, Styles released the first single off his self-titled, debut album, “Sign of the Times”. Since his hiatus with boy band One Direction, Styles’ first single was much anticipated by fans all over the world. This was reflected in “Sign of the Times” dominating the charts and rising to […]

Kendrick Lamar: A Generation’s Storyteller

By Davis McCondichie, E23 Technical Producer “DAMN.”, Kendrick Lamar’s new album, cements his legacy as a master of all things hip-hop. Lamar has stunned his fans yet again by producing another excellent album, and it is a welcome change of pace in the hip-hop scene. Lamar’s streak of near perfect music seems so uncommon in […]

“Fate of the Furious” lacks wow moments

By Davis McCondichie, E23 Technical Producer The Fast and Furious franchise seems to have finally run out of runway with this lackadaisical eighth installment, “Fate of the Furious” (2017). The plot of the movie is relatively simple. That would not be a critique if the movie could justify its two-hour run time. Spoiler: it cannot. […]

The Five Best Ways to Celebrate Easter on a College Campus

By Destinee Patterson,  E23 Reporter The best time of year is always the holidays when you get to hang out with your family and friends. Everyone shares a meal and family issues are momentarily resolved (or at least brushed under the rug). Easter is right around the corner, but unfortunately, not everyone gets to go home […]

Columbia College’s Midwest Campus Clash and Gaming Expo summons gamers from all over the country [Photo Gallery]

By Cameron Flatt, E23 Reporter  

Mizzou Takes on Sustainability Week

By Lucy Reis, E23 Reporter Kermit the Frog said that “it’s not easy being green.” However, living sustainably in college is easier than it seems. This week, April 10-14, is Sustainability Week at Mizzou. Here are some tips to help you live a green lifestyle. Turn off the lights when you’re not in the room […]

Fresh First Fridays in Columbia

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter Columbia comes alive during the evening of the first Friday of every month. From 6 to 9 p.m. several businesses in the North Columbia Arts District open their doors insupport of the monthly art crawl. I wasn’t quite sure to expect as I walked up to Fretboard Coffee in the fading light […]

Father John Misty, “Pure Comedy” Review

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter Father John Misty’s “Pure Comedy” demands an attentive listener. I don’t say that as a critic. I say that because Father John Misty himself demands you listen to his lyrics, which are the most interesting part of “Pure Comedy”. Without these lyrics, the album becomes incredibly forgettable, as much of […]