Researchers study worldwide power of music

Aelsa Butler, IV Leader Staff Writer

February 8, 2016

Filed under A&E, Featured A&E, Featured Opinion, Music, Opinion

Finding interests that span all people groups across the world is not an easy task. Many nations have wildly divergent cultures, affecting everything from games to television programs. When a recreational activity sweeps across... Read more »

Adele solidifies her return with release of ‘25’

Aris Showers, Opinion Editor

January 28, 2016

Filed under A&E, Music

Soul singer Adele is back in the spotlight after a four-year hiatus with her brand new album “25.” The singer is breaking records on the Billboard charts and inspiring fans. The Billboard charts have steadily tracked Adele’s... Read more »

In life and song, J. Cole tries to attain happiness

Caty Keene, IV Leader Columnist

November 6, 2015

Filed under Music

Editor’s Note: This article contains profanity. I stood in Tinley Park in a mass of other die-hard J.Cole fans, on a humid July night, for the 2015 Forest Hills Drive Tour. I had been to a couple concerts before, but J.Co... Read more »

5 Seconds of Summer begins to blaze its own trail

Maddi Loiselle, IV Leader Columnist

November 6, 2015

Filed under Music

5 Seconds of Summer, more commonly known as 5SOS (or the band that toured with One Direction), have certainly shown the world that they deserve a spot in the music business. Their debut album graced the No.1 slot on the Billboard... Read more »