Storytellers Fall 2008

By Callum MacKenzie
Staff Writer

On November 10, David Friend Recital Hall was jam packed for Storytellers, directed by Didi Stewart and Alizon Lissance. A select group of students talked about the inspiration of their tunes, and performed them with …


Obama Celebrations

By Orlando Dixon
Staff Writer

With Tuesday November 4, 2008 marking a landmark moment in history with the election of America’s first African-American president, the Greater Boston area experienced an overwhelming response from its residents, especially college students from surrounding …


Can I Get a Room, Please?

By Orlando Dixon
Staff Writer

The inconvenience of reserving ensemble rooms at Berklee has plagued the school for some time. While the administration continues to cite its many improvements, many are left to wonder whether this specific problem will be …


Marijuana Decriminalized in Massachusetts

By Callum MacKenzie
Staff Writer

On Tuesday, November 4th, the Massachusetts electorate passed the Sensible Marijuana Policy Initiative, also known as Massachusetts Ballot Question 2, a ballot initiative that will change punishment for marijuana offenders in Massachusetts. Under the new …


BUGLE Protests Prop 8

By Ann Driscoll
Associate Editor

“We are the American family, we live next door to you, we teach your children, we take care of your elderly,” said Heather Baker, who has been married to her wife since 2003, when Massachusetts …


Ice Cats Trounce Emerson Lions

By Zac Taylor
Editor-in-Chief

The Berklee Ice Cats captured the coveted Boylston cup on November 8th in front of about 400 fans who packed the Walter Brown Arena at Boston University. Having beaten the Emerson Lions for three years straight, …


Smoking at Berklee

By Ann Driscoll
Associate Editor 

We’re all familiar with this scene outside of the 150 Mass Ave building: classes are just getting out, and scores of students are lined up along the wall. They’re chatting, maybe some of them are …


Anti-iTunes

By Erin Murray
Contributing Writer

In January 2001, the music world changed. Apple introduced its newest application, iTunes, a media player that redefined the way we listened to, and purchased, music. Suddenly, earplugs dangled from each head and identities were …