Tag Archives: Ian Teoh

GMM – 29 April 2018

Welcome to the last Episode of GMM for the Semester. The outgoing exec team returns to the screen for a special show for the last time. Tune in for the last time this school year!

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Fresh First Fridays in Columbia

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Columbia comes alive during the evening of the first Friday of every month.

The First Friday of every month Columbia hosts an art crawl in it's downtown art district. From 6 to 9 p.m. several businesses in the North Columbia Arts District open their doors insupport of the monthly art crawl. … Read the rest

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Music Matters: “Divide” leaves you with less, but more

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Irish singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran pens music that is remarkable in its ability to breathe. You can hear the earthy chugging of his acoustic guitar on his breakout track “The A Team”. Nylon strings echo Read the rest

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E23-March 2, 2017

This week on E23 we discuss the Oscars, the X-Men franchise, and the latest rumors in the music community.

On this week’s installment of E23 Jacob Douglas and Lucy Reis recap the 89th Annual Academy Awards, Cameron Flatt catches us up on the X-Men franchise, and Tre Warfield exposes the latest rumors of the music industry. E23 reporter and … Read the rest

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Raisin’ Cane at the Missouri Theatre: Voices from the Past

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

“Raisin’ Cane” is a celebration of the wonder of the Harlem Renaissance, a complex time where as the poet Langston Hughes says, “the Negro was in vogue.” The artistry in Manhattan flourished like a fashion … Read the rest

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Music Matters: My Album of the Year, Dangerous Woman – Ariana Grande

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

If you’re not a pophead, look away right now. Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” hit the stores May last year and is my pick for album of the year for 2016. When Ariana Grande comes to … Read the rest

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Rain and Sun in Paradise

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

The annual Citizen Jane film festival was held Nov. 3-6, 2016 at various locations around downtown Columbia, Mo. and Stephens College. Dedicated to the celebration of independent film directed by women, Citizen Jane is a … Read the rest

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Play the Part House Party Edition, a Flamboyant Evening of Fun

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Part of Black Culture Awareness Week and organized by the Gaines/Oldham Black Cultural Center (GOBCC), the Annual Play the Part concert, “House Party Edition” was held on Tuesday night in Jesse Auditorium. Play the Part … Read the rest

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Five favorite middle school pop punk bands (and where they are today)

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Who remembers the sounds of the late 2000s? Taylor Swift was just becoming a thing, Pop-punk bands ruled the airwaves and blasted out what we thought were profound songs of deep teen angst. Yikes. Still, … Read the rest

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MU Theatre’s “Death of a Salesman” is a sublime tragedy

By Ian Teoh, E23 Reporter

Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller is a work so familiar that hearing its name might even breed a sense of apathy due to its ubiquity. First premiering in 1949 in the wake of … Read the rest

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