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By Andre Souza             Kyle Lux’s debut album, No Roof Access is the album fans have been waiting for since the release of his first single in the spring of 2019 entitled “Rollin’ Stone.” The album tells a unique story about the struggles of adjusting and feeling out of place, and its instrumental blend of […]

By Frank Konze The Great Barrier Reef has been suffering from warmer weather and water temp as well as pollution and overfishing. In efforts to restore the coral system, they have discovered a new tool that involves the playing of dulcet sounds of nature under the waves. The quietness of the reef is keeping new […]

By Frank Konze Following Trump’s Thanksgiving visit to Afghanistan, Taliban leaders have been signaling they are interested in resuming peace talks. Trump revealed he canceled plans in September to meet with representatives of the Taliban and Afghanistan’s president at the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland. Trump’s administration has been negotiating with Taliban leaders for […]

By Frank Konze An upcoming musical will focus on Michael Jackson’s life from the perspective of the iconic single bedazzled glove. Johnny Depp is set to produce the show that plans to come out on January 25th in Los Angeles, although it’s only in the early stages. Still trying to secure finances, Julian Nitzberg who […]

By Sarah Adewolu             The evening of Saturday, November 23 is a night that will never be forgotten. Student Life at Montclair (SLAM) organized the 2019 Winter Gala held at the Cosmopolitan, the “surprise mystery” location for this year’s Winter Ball event.   Located in Wayne, the Cosmopolitan is a fancy wedding venue that caters […]

By Carley Campbell United States Senator Kamala Harris has announced that she will end her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the 2020 presidential election. On December 3rd, Harris announced that she will officially end her campaign on the eve of the Democratic debates on December 12th. This marks the second candidate this week to […]

By Tyler Federico Each yeah, Costa Rica’s Ostional National Wildlife Refuge has hundreds of thousands of sea turtles that come onto the shore in order to lay their eggs. Here in Ostional, this is known as a “mass arrival”. Primarily, the main reason so many turtles arrive at this beach at once is due to […]

By Tyler Federico  During the year of 2020, many different restaurant chains are closing down some of their locations. 2018 and 2019 also had some big numbers when it came to locations shutting down, but 2020 may be worse than past years. Here is a list of some locations that will be closing down in […]

By Evan Diaz To say that this has been a disappointing season so far for the New Jersey Devils would be an understatement. As of the date, I am writing this they have the second least points in the entire NHL with a 7-9-4 record fresh off a 5-1 loss to the Boston Bruins in […]

By Marc Marshall Imagine a show where the members of the audience are the stars and the headliner is just a guide along the way.  Friday night, Hypnotist Dale K. took a group of volunteers on an amazing journey into the power of their imaginations.  Now, I suspect that like many people who came to the […]

By Tyler Federico In Vietnam, a rabbit-sized animal known as the “Mouse Deer” has been discovered after being lost to science since 1990. Its last recorded sighting was almost 30 years ago and is now on the list of top 25 most wanted lost species in the Global Wildlife Conservation’s Search for Lost Species. It […]

By Sabrina Hajsok People Magazine just named the 40-year-old singer and father, John Legend, “The sexiest man alive” in 2019. The University of Pennsylvania English major graduate has more than just his award winning looks going for him. His charm, talent, and devotion to his wife and children are some of the few things that […]

Ben Petruk and Ryan Trick interviewed Montclair State PhD student and NASA fellow, Isamar Cortes about climate change and its effect in mangrove ecosystems.      

The Morning Buzz interviews Dr. Naumoff about the upcoming Dannis B. Eaton Speech Competition tackling the issue of climate change. #FocusClimateChange        

Live Broadcast of the Dannis B. Eaton Speech Competition: RedHawk Talks, an annual event held by the Fundamentals of Speech Program in the School of Communication and Media. Each fall the campus community is invited to address a topic that asks all Montclair State students to ponder current events, propose visions and solutions to the […]

NJ Politician and activitist Jim Keady joined The Morning Buzz to discuss Climate Change in New Jersey.  

By Cathryn Pace Tuesday, November 12th was the opening game for Montclair State’s Women’s Basketball team. The Red Hawks faced the Hawks of Hunter College for their home opener at the Panzer Athletic Center, and although they didn’t start the scoring, they did come out on top. By the end of the first quarter, Montclair […]

By Sam Carliner Bolivia has undergone a slew of violent clashes following a recent US-backed coup of the former president, Evo Morales. Supporters of Morales, many of whom come from the country’s long-marginalized indigenous population, have taken to the streets of La Paz to protest the Bolivian military’s forceful removal of Morales and many of […]

By Cathryn Pace MSU Football: Season Highlights This past weekend, November 16th, the season ended for the Montclair State Football team. They ended with a record of six wins and four losses taking third place in NJAC Football standings. The RedHawks closed out the season with a win against Kean University, ending the season on a […]

By WMSC Radio WMSC interviewed Soledad O’Brien, her long-time executive producer Rose Arce, and academy award winner Geeta Gandbhir about their documentary “Hungry to Learn”. The film follows four college students (two of them are MSU students). The statistics are shocking! The film premieres at DOC NYC Fest this weekend and I am taking a […]

By Ryan Breyta On Monday, November 4th, Carlos Beltran was officially named the New York Mets 22nd manager of their club history. Beltran is the first Latino to become a head coach not only for the Mets but for any team in New York. The Mets took their time with the managerial process because they […]

By Sabrina Hajsok A one hundred percent energy-efficient home was created by a group of former college students in Africa. The two-week-long project started with six eager young adults and grew to have as many as forty people involved. They called themselves Jua Jamii. They were inspired to create and construct an environmental-friendly structure after […]

By Lee Ben-Hakoon Angel Olsen’s second show of her All Mirrors tour leg took place in Asbury Lanes, an uber cool bowling alley/diner/concert venue in South Jersey. Warming up for Angel was Vagabon, a Cameroonian-American softly spoken artist with a powerful singing voice. Her beautiful blend of indie, alternative, and synth genres blended beautifully together, […]

By Sydney Williams I got the chance to see Wicked Divas at The Avenel Performing Arts Center on Friday, October 25!  The venue is only a few months old in the area of Avenel, New Jersey, so I was very excited to see the performance space. This musical showcase featured Ai Mauzey and Dee Roscioli […]

By Gary Brown In the third studio album from R&B artist BJ the Chicago Kid, we hear the artist maturing his sound while continuing to maintain the same boyish personality and goofiness that his fans have heard since his debut effort, Pine-Apple Now-Laters in 2012. Although the artist has not had any major mainstream success […]

By Evan Dekens With a title like House of Sugar, it’s no surprise that (Sandy) Alex G’s new record, like much of his previous albums, lingers on the concept of consumption and pleasure. The allusions to the story of Hansel and Gretel, notable in the song “Gretel”, gesture at the revised compulsions of the fairy […]

By Gary Brown On Danny Brown’s fifth studio album, “unknowhatimsayin?”, we get to hear a side of Danny Brown that was seen in small bits on his previous efforts, “Atrocity Exhibition” and “Old”. Instead of 1 or 2 songs that are lighthearted and comical, we get 11 songs, giving us an album unlike anything he […]

By Sam Delgado      Born out of grateful dead cover band Richard Pictures, Mountain Brews released their bite sized self-titled EP in June this year. John Pullman “Jake” Longstreth, Jr., Richard Pictures’s guitarist, formed Mountain Brews as its frontman and promoted the Mountain Brews EP release on the beats1 radio show Time Crisis, which […]

By Kyle Pepitone Metalcore band Motionless In White (often shortened to MIW) released their fifth studio album, Disguise, this summer on June 7th and it only gets better with each listen. Although some tracks on the band’s previous album, Graveyard Shift, addressed topics about being who you were meant to be, Disguise as a whole focuses […]

By Sam Delgado      I was first blessed by the rich soulful vocals of Brittany Howard in my freshman year of high school. Alabama Shakes’s album Sound & Color revealed a world of new and exciting sounds that I wasn’t getting from repeatedly listening to Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco; Alabama […]