This special edition of Almost Live, General Manager Kylee Leverett gets interviewed by President Curtis.
J. Cole’s “K.O.D” is his fifth studio album as a RocNation artist. Cole announced his album along with a string of tweets a week before its release. This is Coles first album release since the release of his self-produced 2016 effort ‘4 Your Eyez Only’. Cole also does his own production on this album along with help from T-Minus, Childish Major, Deputy and Ibrahim Hamad. The K.O.D abbreviation has three different meanings standing for King Overdosed, Kids on Drugs and Kill Our Demons. Cole makes a point to speak on topics such as temptation, addiction and faith while also capturing the mainstream audience.
Since the dawn of time, society has craved the idea of entertainment. It provides a sense of content and happiness to the recipient. In modern times, people everywhere are dependent on music and the new TV series on Netflix. The savants of the rap and acting game are seen as more to people than they really are. Not only do celebrities want to branch out their talents to increase fan support, but celebrities see it as a financial incentive as well.
Mascots are a long standing tradition with schools and ISU is no exception, but the blue creature named Sam has not always been the face of the Sycamores.
Students can get involved on campus by joining student run organizations.
With a long history of community service, ISU has held records for civic engagement.