Now Scream! kicked off on Thursday in Kroch Library level 2B, by Cornell’s Hip Hop Collection, the world’s largest archive on the birth and spread of hip-hop culture.
A rundown of this week's best events.
Singer and activist John Legend talked to The Sun about Slope Day, life on the road and how to pursue one’s dream.
D.J. Afrika Bambaataa, who was recently appointed to a three-year term as the University’s first ever visiting hip hop scholar, made his first appearance at Cornell since his appointment Tuesday.
Zach Reisler '14 assures us that the hype behind Kendrick Lamar's Good Kid M.A.A.D. City is no joke.
A new song by rapper Lupe Fiasco may poke fun at the University, but the jibe's logic falls flat.
James Rainis '14 checks out the latest mixtape from indie hip-hop artist Joey Bad@$$. The results are familiar and old-school, and that is why the album is so great.
Simon Sedillo's documentary films remind Katherine Carreno '13 of the persuasive power of the music.
In this week's This Album Will Change Your Life, Andy Volosky '15 raves about Live, Vol. 3 by the Avett Brothers, a folk-rock band coming to the State Theater on April 21.