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Cross Talk: “BoJack Horseman” Contemplates Whether You Can Teach an Old Horse New Tricks

by Emmy Hughes, Tara Joy, Jesse Sandler, Editor in Chief, Contributing Writer, Arts & Culture Editor. Leave a Comment

Eight New Songs for the Mid-Semester Slump

by Dani Smotrich-Barr, Tara Joy, Arts & Culture Editors. Leave a Comment

In “Know My Name,” Chanel Miller Reclaims Her Humanity

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Spooky Season: Ten Horror Films to Stream This Halloween

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“Trick Mirror” Deftly Unpacks the Chaos of the Internet Age

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In “Talking to Strangers,” Malcolm Gladwell Talks Forever, Says Little

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“Couple’s Therapy” is a New Kind of Reality Television

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Everything You Missed at the 71st Emmys

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“The Imperialist Ghost in the Neoliberal Machine” Considers the Historical Reverberations of Anti-Communist Operations

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“Unbelievable” Is a Grueling Examination of Sexual Assault and Law Enforcement

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Cross Talk: The Old Taylor is Alive and Well on Lover

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On Norman Fucking Rockwell!, Lana Del Rey Eulogizes the American Dream

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On The Center Won’t Hold, Sleater-Kinney Makes Its Biggest Leap Yet

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“Derry Girls” Finds Humor in Unexpected Places

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Hot Girl Summer: The Season’s Biggest Shows About Women

by Emmy Hughes, Hannah Reale, Meg Cummings, Tara Joy, Editors in Chief, Staff Writer, Arts & Culture Editor. Leave a Comment

Spring Dance Concert Showcases Choreographic Skills

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In “Small Town Eden,” Religion is the Poison Apple

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Final Week of Art Theses Displays Diverse Array of Mediums

by Henry Spiro, Tara Joy, Arts & Culture Editors. Leave a Comment

Chiu and Sachs Combine Original Compositions and Covers in Senior Recitals

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Fourth Week of Art Theses Plays With Genre and Medium

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Second Weekend of Music Theses Experiment With Genre and Space

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Music Thesis Recitals Start Off on Strong Note

by Camille De Beus, Dani Smotrich-Barr, Luke Goldstein, Tara Joy, Executive Editor, Arts Editors. Leave a Comment

“Three Dead Jaguars” Is a High-Energy Update of the Classic Dining Table Drama

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From Folk Dance to Fairytales, Senior Dance Theses Tackle Intricacies of Storytelling

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Author Terry Tempest Williams Discusses Relationship Between Humans and Environment

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“Snake Oil” Goes Down Smoothly

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McLeod ’19’s Photo Exhibit Captures a Contentious National Monument

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“Middletown” Is a Sharply Existential Take on Small-Town Life

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A Guide to the Grammys, for People Who Skipped The Grammys

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“Russian Doll” is More Than a “Groundhog Day” Update for Nihilistic Millenials

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“This Between Shadow” Showcases Winter Session Theater Students’ Work

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“Sex Education” Tackles the Absurdities of High School Hookups

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The Vixen Discusses Art and Advocacy

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“Bohemian Rhapsody” is All Style, No Substance

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Visiting Artist Tom Pearson Discusses Upcoming Immersive Theater Course

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Critic Antwaun Sargent Discusses Importance of Black Art

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Millet Fellow Camille Dungy Reads From “Trophic Cascade”

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Schwartz ’19 Discusses Experiences Choreographing “Building Home”

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Samsara Showcases Vibrancy and Variety Within South Asian Culture

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“Bloom” Tackles Love, Art, and Missed Connections

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“Wrapped in Us” Plays With Environment and Genre

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Badanes ’67 Discusses Unconventional Architectural Career and Philosophy

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Aspiring Filmmaker Modi ’22 Talks Accomplishments and Inspirations

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“Street Matter” is a Multifaceted Artistic Experience

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Murder Most Foul: A Definitive Ranking of True Crime Books

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Wellness Experience Provides Campus With Resources for Physical and Mental Health

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Cross-Talk: “You” Contains Equal Parts Cutting Insight and Self-Indulgent Camp

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Despite No Roth, the MASH Continues Showcasing University’s Diverse Musical Talent

by Tara Joy, Meredith Olin, Arts & Culture Editor, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Despite No Roth, the MASH Continues Showcasing University’s Diverse Musical Talent

He Said, She Said: A Definitive Ranking of Oral Histories

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Despite Its Simplicity, “Crazy Rich Asians” Revitalizes the Dying Rom-Com

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Olin Restoration Leaves Windows Boarded Up and Study Rooms Closed

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University Welcomes 810 Members of the Class of 2022

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Bolin’s “Dead Girls” Addresses Female Victimhood, On-Screen and Off

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Armchair Art Critics: Five Takes on Rabineau ’20’s Usdan Creation

by Connor Aberle, Henry Spiro, Tara Joy, Viviane Eng, Arts & Culture Editors and Staff Writer. Comments Off on Armchair Art Critics: Five Takes on Rabineau ’20’s Usdan Creation

Starnone and Lahiri Put Dialectical Nuances in Conversation

by Hannah Reale, Tara Joy, Features Editor and Assistant Arts & Culture Editor. Comments Off on Starnone and Lahiri Put Dialectical Nuances in Conversation

Spring Fling Lineup Features Four Unique Artists

by Connor Aberle, Tara Joy, Arts Editor and Assistant Arts Editor. Comments Off on Spring Fling Lineup Features Four Unique Artists

“The Home Project” Explores the Intimacy Between a Room and its Occupants

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Neither Free Nor Fair: The Problems With Elections

by Tara Joy, Assistant Opinion Editor. 2 Comments

“BFE” Tackles Teenage Isolation, With a Sinister Twist

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“Queer Asian Art Show” Evades Thematization in Zilkha Exhibit

by Tara Joy, Assistant Arts & Culture Editor. 1 Comment

Dear Secular Liberals: You Have Been Hoodwinked by the Pope

by Tara Joy, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

“Black Phoenix Rising” is a Testament to Black Vitality and Resistance

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The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Court Decision

by Tara Joy, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

“Reclaiming the Gaze” Lauds Black Art at Davison Art Center

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The Problem with Private Prisons

by Tara Joy, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

“Lovesick” is One of Netflix’s Hidden Gems

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“Riverdale” is Back in All Its Soapy Glory

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Free the Seed: OSSI and the Fight for the Future of Farming

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It’s As Easy As 1, 2, 3, (4): Cake!

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Layli Long Soldier Reads from “Whereas”

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Gaiutra Bahadur and Kaitlyn Greenidge ’04 Amplify Marginalized Voices

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Hostile Architecture: A Quiet War Against the Disadvantaged

by Tara Joy, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

The Problem with Gender-Swapped Movies

by Tara Joy, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

We’ve Finally Started Putting Weapons in Women’s Hands

by Tara Joy, Staff Writer. 2 Comments

“The Get Down” is a Beautiful Mess

by Tara Joy, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

Male Privilege in the Classroom, From an All-Girls Grad

by Tara Joy, Staff Writer. 44 Comments

Is Laughter the Best Medicine?

by Tara Joy, Contributing Writer . 1 Comment

Death to Cool Girl Beauty

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“Riverdale” Soaps-Up Archie Comics, and the Results are Pretty, Progressive, and Fun

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