Video: Kanye Announces He is Running for President in 2020 at the VMAs

What’s next for Kanye West?

Will it be a new album where he autotunes some pigeons? Or maybe shave an Archie comic into the side of his head? Or perhaps a music video where he gets freaky on a motorcycle for 4 minutes? (Oh wait, he already did that.)

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13 Annoying Songs That Will Get Stuck In Your Head

Let’s face it. Monday’s are terrible. Nobody likes them and anyone who says they do is a flat out liar.

This Monday is no exception. It’s cloudy, it’s early, its seriously lacking in fun. But instead of trying to stay positive and overcome the dread that is Monday, we here at Oake and Keri in the Morning think we should just lean into it. Enjoy the misery that is Monday and see just how miserable we can make ourselves.

Hence this list.

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KUST releases 1st sampler CD

Luke Mathison and Shannon Kelly perform "Sheridan Boulevard" at Scooter's on Tuesday. The song is part of the 10-song "UST Sampler Vol. 1," which KUST, the student-run campus radio station, produced. (Zach Neubauer/TommieMedia)
Luke Mathison and Shannon Kelly perform “Sheridan Boulevard” at Scooter’s on Tuesday. The song is part of the 10-song “UST Sampler Vol. 1,” which KUST, the student-run campus radio station, produced. (Zach Neubauer/TommieMedia)

KUST, the St. Thomas student-run radio station, celebrated the release of its CD “UST Sampler Vol. 1” in front of a packed house at Scooter’s Tuesday night.

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Women’s tennis clinches 1st MIAC playoff championship

Bridget Noack anticipates a serve in her singles match Friday. St. Thomas and Carleton were locked in a 2-1 match after doubles, but St. Thomas won three singles matches that paved the way to the Tommies' 5-1 win on Friday. (Carlee Hackl/TommieMedia)
Bridget Noack anticipates a serve in her singles match Friday. St. Thomas and Carleton were locked in a 2-1 match after doubles, but St. Thomas won three singles matches that paved the way to the Tommies’ 5-1 win on Friday. (Carlee Hackl/TommieMedia)

The St. Thomas women’s tennis team rode strong doubles play to claim its first ever MIAC playoff championship Sunday afternoon with a 5-2 win against Gustavus, marking the Gusties’ first conference loss of the season.

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