Author: Devika Singh

#APPFORTHAT: WORKFLOW

Every college student yearns to learn how to multitask, to finish various undertakings with just one click. However, many of us have realized that multitasking is not for everybody. This is where the app, Workflow, comes into use. With a user-friendly interface, Workflow allows even the busiest of us to complete multiple tasks with just a single touch. This app takes the concept of IFTT (if this, then that) to allow users to create chains of commands on their phones. Users can drag and drop commands to create a final action, like “share song on Facebook” or “gather all...

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CAMPUS CULTURE: Big 12 Conference VS SEC

When Texas A&M switched conferences from Big 12 to the SEC in 2012, there was much stipulation about how and why. Through the last few years, the debates have subsided but the conference switch has also changed college culture and students’ perspectives toward football. Anyone who has attended a Big 12 game can vouch that the game day atmosphere had a country Texas school vibe, which has changed a bit around College Station since the entrance into the SEC. Because of the move to SEC, spectators have noticed differences in attire and a shift toward classy fashion, like bowties...

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NEW ALBUM RELEASE: Brave Enough

Lindsey Stirling Album: Brave Enough Release Date: August 19, 2016 When most people hear “violin,” they think orchestra and classical music; Lindsey Stirling, however, takes the electric violin to a new level. In her latest album, “Brave Enough,” she combines her dub step style with gentle, more intimate beats to create a playlist for various audiences. This is her third studio album with the title song, “Brave Enough,” featuring Christina Perri. Her fusion of EDM with classical styles attracts attention from a quite large and diverse audience; her name is already in the Top 5 on at least six...

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Exclusive Interview: Turnpike’s R.C. Edwards

This weekend College Station welcomes the Turnpike Troubadours at the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheatre. They will be performing on October 1 with William Clark Green and Shane Smith & The Saints. To get more insight, we talked to bassist R.C. Edwards. MW: Hey RC! Thanks for talking with me today. To start off, can you tell me which artists have influenced you? RC: Mostly Jason Boland & the Stragglers–they are kind of our ‘big brother’ band. They helped us get started, they’ve been great friends and great influences. We kind of grew up where there were a lot of...

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Exclusive Interview: Matt Wertz

Singer/songwriter Matt Wertz is performing in Bryan at Grand Stafford Theater as part of his Gun Shy tour on Wednesday, September 14. We sat down with Matt to discuss career moves, inspirations, and the future. MW: You moved from Nashville to Los Angeles to get out of your comfort zone; what exactly fueled your decision? Wertz: Yes, I moved cities for about four months to try to provoke some inspiration and put myself in an uncomfortable situation where I would be meeting new people and have a change in locale. I look back at my career and one of...

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