Move Over, Astronomy 

A new minor and international symposium place hip-hop culture front and center at the UA

Alain-Philippe Durand was a high school student in Aubagne, France, when he first heard the scratches and rhythms on Herbie Hancock's 1983 album, Future Shock. From that point, his teen years were all about hip-hop culture, including Adidas sneakers, the moon walk…

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