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Pete Wentz writes in the lead single of Fall Out Boy’s newest album “M A N I A” that “We were never supposed to make it half this far.” Looking back on seven studio albums and a successful return after a three-year hiatus, that seems hard to believe. This latest installment draws from rather than falls back on their punk roots with a total disregard for what people think they should do. “M A N I A” was supposed to be released in September 2017, but was pushed back until Jan. 19 because the band felt it wasn’t where they wanted it to be.
As of Oct. 5, Emily Barber will replace Adam Orfinger as editor-in-chief of The Daily Gamecock. Orfinger has the support of the staff in his decision to step down and leaves the organization on good terms.
For anyone interested in old books, good food, and, of course, Shakespeare, the perfect weekend destination is Staunton, Virginia. Just over the mountains from Charlottesville, this small town is home to the American Shakespeare Center and the only replica of the Blackfriars Playhouse, Shakespeare’s original indoor theater. Surrounding the theater are a host of cafes and coffee shops serving fresh and local food, all sorts of small book shops stocked with old and new books and an assortment of antique and art shops that you're sure to find something in.