On this episode of Tuneage, the panel reflects on the past year and shares their favorite songs released in 2017!
- Cardi B – “Bodak Yellow”
- Epik High ft. IU – “Love Story (연애소설)” (Olivia’s pick)
- Lorde ft. Khalid, Post Malone & SZA – “Homemade Dynamite (Remix)” (Gabi’s pick)
- Future ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Mask Off (Remix)” (Brian’s pick)
- Kesha ft. The Dap-Kings Horns – “Woman” (Kavya’s pick)
- SZA – “Supermodel” (Brandon’s pick)
- Logic ft. Alessia Cara & Khalid – “1-800-273-8255” (Matt’s pick)
- Perfume Genius – “Slip Away”
Produced and edited by Brandon Quinere (CE ’19)
This episode’s panel: Brian Frost (EE ’19), Gabriela Godlewski (CE ’19), Matthew Grattan (ChE ’19), Olivia Park (ME ’20), and Kavya Udupa (BSE ’19)
Check out a Spotify playlist of songs featured on this episode plus some more of our faves!
By Yuqiao Wang (ChE ‘19)
Professor Savizky was recently appointed as the Safety Director of The Cooper Union and The Pioneer sat with him to discuss the safety and evacuation procedures.
By Afshin Khan (CE ‘19)
Photo source: groupaffect.files.wordpress.com. The Deed of Trust and the letter to the Board of Trustees can be found at library.coopr.edu.
On April 29, 1859, Peter Cooper and his wife, Sarah Cooper, bestowed upon The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art both the property and land that currently houses the Foundation Building. The Deed of Trust was followed by a personal letter that Peter Cooper wrote to the trustees of the institution. It was not until 97 years later, in 1956, that the letter was published in a pamphlet, to remind its readers of Peter Cooper’s vision for the institution.
By Matthew Grattan (ChE ‘19)
The Pioneer interviewed Vice President of Enrollment Services Mitchell Lipton and Interim Director of Finance and Administration Keith Stokeld about changes at Cooper Union since charging tuition.
By Miles Barber (CE ‘18)
Reviews of both the 1974 film and the 2017 remake.
By Isabella Pestovski (ME ‘19) and Morgan Wolfe (ME ‘19)
This week, we visited Chick’nCone to try their take on the Southern staple chicken and waffles. The original version is fried chicken stacked on top of waffles with butter and syrup served for breakfast; Chick’nCone creates “fork-free chicken and waffles,” which are fried chicken bites served in a waffle cone with your choice of sauce. Chick’nCone serves six different types of sauces: Kickin’ Ranch, Yella BBQ, Traditional BBQ, Buffalo Blue, Cinna-Maple, and Peri Peri. You can get a large waffle cone filled with one type of sauce covered chicken bites for eight dollars, or you can get a “flight” which is a sampling of four different types of sauces on mini cones for $12. We chose the latter so that we could sample different sauces.