Rockin’ to the beat — Teacher utilizes music talent to maximize student learning

Emily Brown, Copy Editor
April 8, 2011

Music has always been a big part of world history teacher Matt Beat’s life. He learned to play the piano when he was 8 years old and played the guitar and trumpet in high school. He started writing his own songs by age 14. By the time he was in college, he was a professional DJ. “I always loved listening... Read more »

Sit back, relax, rock out: 2 new albums feature ideal tracks to chill with

Odi Opole, Staff Writer
March 9, 2011

Adele — 21 Striking piano solos. Big sounds and soft tones. That amazing voice. The album, 21, showcases more of Adele’s talent and voice, and fittingly seems to be more mature than 19. This album is all about the ups and downs of relationships, and the songs cover everything from emotional breakups... Read more »

Cannibal brings more pop, dance music

Sam Brennan, Ads Manager
December 19, 2010

I am Cannibal Rawr. The lead in to Ke$ha’s newest album. Ke$ha released her sophomore effort Cannibal on November 22. Cannibal is a fabulous mix of superficial pop music. If you’re wanting to listen to something that is funny and fun then this is your album. The album has nine new songs for Ke$ha’s... Read more »

Despite new technology, BV students still enjoy listening to radio

Jordan McEntee, Design Editor
December 10, 2010

Freshman Brad Blickhan Station: Mix 93.3 Genre: Top 40 “93.3 has a good mix up of different kinds of music.” Freshman Sarah Cole Station: Star 102.1 Genre: Light Rock/Christmas “It’s my favorite because they start playing Christmas music on Nov. 1.” Sophomore Katie Davies Station: 106.5 The... Read more »