Claire Shaffer

18 Articles

Peele’s “Get Out” Reconciles Horror and Comedy

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“Legion” Twists Tired X-Men Stories into Refreshingly Eerie Instability

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Priests’ Nothing Feels Natural is Challenging, Compassionate, and Urgent

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The xx Continues to Explore New Territory

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Let’s Be Clear Advocates for Consent

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Professor’s Bookshelf: Oksana Kazmina

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Houseless, Eclectic Searches for a New Identity

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Cross Talk: Bon Iver’s 22, A Million

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Anarchy in America Event Presents Student Research

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WesCeleb: Nadja Shannon-Dabek ’17

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Middletown Women Protest Overuse of C-Sections

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Queer Community Open Forum Leads Discussion on Campus Queer Issues

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Professor’s Playlist: Barbara Merjan

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Do We Still Need Lady Gaga?

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University to Host Mysterium Mystery Novel Conference

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Five Podcasts that Prove Radio Drama Still Exists

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“Carol” Lives Up to Its Overwhelming Hype

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Todd Haynes’ new film explores the struggles of a lesbian relationship in 1952.

At Amy Bloom’s Table, There’s Always Room for More

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Amy Bloom engages with writers on campus.

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