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This week Kaleidoscope is honoring Hispanic Heritage Month with our Weekly Wednesday Playlist. Here are some Hispanic artists our staff recommends to you to get you through the rest of this week and to celebrate this month. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6WgkTwoezLhiqi7MHGhwrX?si=2d7896e5b00944bb Alex Yates, Ankit Bandyopadhyay, Jhana Mosley, Kena Cheatham, Hannah Richey and Caleb Wood contributed to this playlist

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Author: Katherine Kirk The USGA Senate held an informal session Sept. 14 in the Hill Student Center Ballroom. They welcomed students to the first part of the meeting to discuss the protest that escalated to a fight outside of the Hill Student Center earlier that day. Angela Lee, UAB’s USGA President, said that the man who was protesting by Campus was allowed to be there because he attained a permit from City Hall. The permit allowed the man to protest in a certain spot on campus because it was owned by the city of Birmingham not UAB. The UAB police department was on standby at the event in…

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Video Games Celia Shepard, Copy Chief I’ve been playing Terraria with my fiancée because it was on sale on the Nintendo Switch. I’d played it once before, but since that was years ago, the only advice I could give her from my memory was that there’s a steep learning curve. As it turned out, that learning curve applies to both new and returning players. If you can get past that, though, you’ll find that it’s a great and very extensive game. Although it doesn’t have a third dimension like Minecraft (the game that it was seemingly inspired by), it has…

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This Weekly Wednesday Playlist is all covers. Check out new versions of old songs to get you through the rest of the week. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4LxgancI9WDFeX9fN9x38o?si=2995166ebcee40c3 Madison Prim, Hannah Richey, Celia Shepard, Jhana Mosley, Kena Cheatham, Nanyamka Foreman, Bella Tucker, Elizabeth Guffin, Nikhita Mudium and Lucy Graves contributed to this playlist

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Television Caleb Wood, Managing Editor I finished “Schmigadoon” over the past week. It’s an homage and parody of many of the Golden Age’s topic musicals from “Brigadoon” to “The Music Man”. While the performances of Cecily Strong and Keegan Michael-Key are good, the best parts come from its supporting cast, especially Kristen Chenoweth. While it most definitely should have been a movie, Documentary (of sorts) Celia Shepard, Copy Chief I’ve been rewatching all five seasons of the “Whitest Kids U’ Know” since one of the founders of it, Trevor Moore, died in some sort of accident a week ago. I’ve…

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