Lucas Du


Mura Masa, the Master of Musing over Memories

With “R.Y.C,” Mura Masa pivots sharply from the danceable, omnivorous pop of his debut album to introspective, guitar-driven indie rock.


January 29, 2020

Stop With the Secrets

UChicago Secrets Facebook page is not the forum to engage in political dialogue.


June 4, 2019

Vampire Weekend Grew Up and Moved to California and “Father of the Bride” Is the Result

Vampire Weekend’s new album addresses love, politics, climate change, and a growing sense of place in the world.


May 10, 2019

Apathetic Advising

Academic advising as it stands leaves much to be desired, and this is especially detrimental to first year students.


April 24, 2019

"Sex Education" Redefines a Genre

Netflix’s "Sex Education" manages to find its own niche by thoughtfully teasing apart the thing on every high schooler’s mind: sex.


February 11, 2019

The Immeasurable Weight of the Polar Vortex

Those concerned with climate change have to reckon with a hard truth: it might be too little, too late.


February 4, 2019

Sven Gamsky of Feed Me Jack Is Still Good as Still Woozy

The solo project from singer-songwriter Sven Gamsky is a psychedelic departure from his math-rock origins.


January 21, 2019

"No" to Race-Blind Admissions

Harvard and other elite institutions shouldn't end race-based affirmative action.


November 5, 2018

Joji Moves Away from YouTube with “Ballads 1”

"Joji feels like a new artist."


November 1, 2018

"Mo Bamba" to MUDBOY: Sheck Wes Debuts His First Album

Sheck Wes's debut album is a promising effort from a rising star.


October 18, 2018