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In “Lady Bird,” Greta Gerwig Breathes New Life into Tired Tropes

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MoMA’s Unfolding Portrait of Louise Bourgeois Embodies Material and Emotional Variety

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Anissa Mack ’92 Fills the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art with “Junk Kaleidoscope”

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On Brewing: Coffee, My Father & Sacrifice

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“Insecure” Democratizes its Characters

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Review: “Ingrid Goes West” Captures Loneliness in the Digital Era

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“Things I’ll Never Say” Blends Queer Politics with 2000s Punk

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Gary Kriksciun Brings Abstraction to Exley

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Candace Nelson ’96 Talks Sprinkles and Cupcake Wars

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Hari Kondabolu Brings Humor to PC Culture

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Candace Nelson ’96 on Sprinkles and Why Cupcakes Aren’t a Trend

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“Mamma Mia’s Pizzeria” Brings ABBA to Little Italy

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Boylan ’80 and Chee ’89 Talk Identity, Gender, and Sexuality at Wes

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Trevor Noah is More Him than Ever in “Afraid of the Dark”

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“Changing Visions,” Where the Personal Meets the Political

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“Santa Clarita Diet” Halfheartedly Parodies Suburbia—and Zombies

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Anthony Dean ’17 Curates On-Hold Music

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It’s Atlanta’s World and You’re Just Living In It

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“Wes Out-Loud” Takes Performance Out of the Theater

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Saïd Sayrafiezadeh Talks Writing, Empathy, and Pittsburgh at Shapiro Creative Writing Center

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Michael Kimmelman Talks Populism at Russell House

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BREAKING: Spring Fling Committee Announces 2016 Lineup

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Theses Break Artistic Boundaries

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Finstant Gratification: Social Media and Authenticity

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Spoken Word Retells MDMA Stories

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Wes Grad Discusses WSJ Reporting

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Student of Color Art Show Exhibited

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Rihanna Takes an Artistic Turn

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“Yum Yum” Immerses Audiences in Psychedelic Disarray

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“Sisters” Disappoints Crowds Despite All-Star Cast

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“Heathers” Brings Blood and Teen Angst to Wesleyan

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“Heathers” reintroduces a cult classic to the PAC stage,

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