Unwind May Playlist: Health and Fitness

By Helen Mamo For Unwind magazine This month’s issue is all about living a healthy and happy lifestyle! I know the upcoming finals have everyone stressed, but changing a couple of unhealthy habits can help reduce stress. Anything from eating healthier–that means no more daily takeout–to actually working out at least once a week really boosts energy levels, and hopefully this playlist helps with that as … Continue reading Unwind May Playlist: Health and Fitness

SEE Chooses Art Attack Line-up After Students Overwhelmingly Agree on Genre

By Samantha Rosen Staff Writer Taking into account University of Maryland students’ requests for hip-hop and rap artists, Student Entertainment Events (SEE) is bringing 2 Chainz and Ty Dolla $ign to campus for the school’s 34th annual Art Attack. Art Attack, this year taking place on May 5 at 7 p.m. at Maryland Stadium, began as a way to bring this university’s creative minds and promote … Continue reading SEE Chooses Art Attack Line-up After Students Overwhelmingly Agree on Genre

Spring Music Showcases Take Over This Semester at The Clarice

By Sydney Wess For Unwind magazine As the University of Maryland welcomes the warm spring weather, many students spend their time stressing about finals and counting down the days until summer vacation. In the meantime, the music school is buzzing with excitement, anticipation and, in some cases, anxiety as music students prepare to show off a year’s worth of their hard work in spring music … Continue reading Spring Music Showcases Take Over This Semester at The Clarice

Coachella Gets Underway, Brings Star-Studded Lineup and Attendees

By Casey Tomchek Staff Writer In the world of American music festivals, one name stands above the rest. Every April, celebrities and average concert goers alike flock to the deserts of Indio, California to attend the iconic event: Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Since its inception in 1999, Coachella has established itself as one of the largest, most famous, and most profitable music festivals … Continue reading Coachella Gets Underway, Brings Star-Studded Lineup and Attendees

Top 20 Songs for your Playlist this Spring

By Casey Tomchek Staff Writer Despite being fortunate enough to have a mild winter, it’s still safe to say that we are all looking forward to spring and warmer weather returning to College Park. Before we know it, layers upon layers of clothes, harsh freezing cold winds, and trying to minimize time outside will be a thing of the past. It will be time, once … Continue reading Top 20 Songs for your Playlist this Spring

“All Things Go” Music Festival Review

By Regan Shanahan For Unwind magazine The first thought in walking into All Things Go Fall Classic for many was, “I wish I wore my rain boots.” The annual music festival hosted by local Washington D.C. radio station “All Things Go,” that for the past two years had been held at Union Market in Washington D.C., switched its venue this year to the Navy Yard … Continue reading “All Things Go” Music Festival Review

Top Party Songs of the Semester

By Casey Tomchek Staff Writer School is back in session which means that party season is upon us, and with the new school year comes a new go-to playlist of party songs. Whether it be at a party, tailgate or bar, these are the songs you’re bound to hear all semester! 1. Closer (feat. Halsey) – The Chainsmokers Starting off this playlist is a song … Continue reading Top Party Songs of the Semester

Green Day’s New Album “Revolution Radio” Debuts October 7

By Helen Mamo For Unwind magazine Green day is synonymous with the word rebellion, thanks to their Grammy Award winning album “American Idiot,” released in 2004. Much to the surprise of their online fanbase, after a 4-year hiatus Green Day has announced the release of their new album, “Revolution Radio.” On Aug. 12, 2016, Green Day released an angsty lyric video to their single “Bang … Continue reading Green Day’s New Album “Revolution Radio” Debuts October 7

The Mighty Sound of Maryland: Marching Band Profile

By Sarah Fielder Staff Writer At 7:15 a.m. on a Saturday morning, most students are sleeping in or heading off to tailgates. The members of the University of Maryland marching band stretch stiff- and tired- limbs on the football practice field. Before each game, the band goes to the practice field to run through their musical pieces. By 7:30 a.m. they begin to run through … Continue reading The Mighty Sound of Maryland: Marching Band Profile

57th Grammy Awards Fashion Review

By Allene Abrahamian Music’s biggest night, the 57th Grammy Awards, premiered on Feb. 8 and brought out everyone’s favorite stars. Many awards were given out for musical talent, but there were also some winners (and losers) in the fashion department. A huge trend this year is the colors black and white, which inspired my three best-dressed nominees. Jessie J wowed in an all black Ralph … Continue reading 57th Grammy Awards Fashion Review

University students embrace feminism through Beyoncé

By Meghan Moriarty With over 617,213 copies sold in just three days of being released,Beyoncé’s latest album is extremely bold and different from anything she has ever released before. The album is sexual and very descriptive. In some songs she talks about sex explicitly. In others she talks about how it is unfair that women are thought of as objects. “I think being a feminist … Continue reading University students embrace feminism through Beyoncé

Popular summer music festivals draw in students

By Mel DeCandia It’s the most wonderful time of the year—well, for hipsters and music junkies anyway. At last, it’s music festival season. As Coachella ends, so begins what seems an eternal stretch of warm, summer weather, and with it comes the most eclectic and exciting lineups nationwide. Oh, and plenty of crop tops and flower crowns, too. Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Ultra, TomorrowWorld; the list goes … Continue reading Popular summer music festivals draw in students