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Congress has recently found a way to put their bipartisan issues aside — banning TikTok. As one of the most used social media and entertainment platforms to date, with over one billion users scrolling through a highly personalized feed every day, the company’s ties to China and its grasp on American youth has caused lawmakers from all backgrounds to worry.
In a largely digital era, through the power of influencers online, brands promote themselves on social media and advertise their products — often via perfect people with perfect bodies and perfect lives. As technology and advertising techniques develop in parallel, so does the strangeness in influencer promotion — now, advertisers are ushering in the era of the CGI influencer.
In the last decade, streaming services have become some of the most dominant forces governing audience consumption of entertainment. From comedy television shows to horror movies and everything in between, corporations like HBO Max, Netflix and Hulu are constantly producing content or staking their claim in works that have already been aired.
As any arts or humanities student at the University knows, there are a wide variety of arts departments and courses to choose from. Music, drama, English literature and traditional art are just a few options.
Thanksgiving would be nothing without friends and family, delicious food and good music. Luckily for you, this playlist is perfect for the occasion. Press play for autumnal vibes and a truly comforting atmosphere.
On Nov. 27, the Hoos and Hokies will clash on the football field in one of the most highly anticipated games of the season for both schools. Virginia fans have been waiting for this moment for months and deserve the right music to jam to before the big game. Below, we have picked songs meant to appeal to the tastes of all different kinds of Hoos to ensure everyone can get excited for the upcoming game.
Five days. Over 60 screenings. A special extension of cinema that reaches the University’s own front door. Celebrating its 34th year, the Virginia Film Festival is brought to life through the work of the countless volunteers, the University Arts Program and the help of many other sponsors. From new films to guest speakers, the festival offers a unique film watching experience to its attendees, allowing a fun night out with friends plus thought provoking discussion.
Many people have a calling — whether it is baking or calligraphy or four years of medical school, a concrete passion can define a person’s experience for much of their life. For Varun Chharia, this calling was filmmaking. As a fourth-year Continuing and Professional Studies student at the University, Chharia has ignited his excitement for film production and shows no signs of stopping on his journey.
Music is a huge part of life in Charlottesville, and the variety of music venues in the city make that message clear. As the city continues to reopen businesses shut down by the pandemic, live music is coming into existence again — which is, of course, a very exciting prospect. For information on notable music venues and concert halls in the area as well as upcoming artists and events, keep reading.
Dreamy, heartfelt and longing — The Marías debut their first full album “CINEMA,” an ode to their love of film and the thrilling rush of inspiration. Made up of bilingual couple María and Josh Conway, The Marías continue to plunge deeper into the genre of indie pop. Their passion, drive and boldness are notable throughout the album and add a sense of depth to each individual track.
Finally, after ages of stress and studying, fourth years can celebrate and enjoy the end of the year. With The Cavalier Daily’s graduation playlist, students can jam to songs of excitement, power and remembrance with the knowledge that they have succeeded in their educational endeavors.
Adin Yager — 19-year-old producer and first-year College student — is steadily making his way in the lo-fi genre under the alias “skyswimming.” At the time of this article’s creation, Yager is at a staggering 80,231 monthly listeners on Spotify and 199,200 plays on Apple music, solidifying him as an up-and-coming artist to look out for. Yager creates and mixes beats for his audience, hoping to achieve even greater heights in the future.